Newly recognized protected area to boast conservation efforts and tourism

Published on April 06, 2018
Located between Azuay and Morona Santiago provinces, newly recognized protected area boasts multiple endemic species and will be enabled for tourism purposes in the near future —authorities have said. Ecuador’s environmental authority (Ministerio del Ambiente or MAE) announced the creation of Rio Negro-Sopladora national park on January 23, an area of land of roughly 30.616,28 […]

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