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Colombia Land Acquisition
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One of our Buy an Acre projects. Your donation will save tropical forest in the Choco region. Poisonous dart frogs, threatened primates and endemic bird species are protected in these reserves.


http://www.worldlandtrust.org/projects/colombia

 £ 
 
 

Argentina
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One of our Buy an Acre projects. Your donation will help secure El Pantanoso reserve, an important ecological corridor for the safe movement of Jaguar, Puma, Ocelot and other threatened species.

 £ 
 
 

Plant a Tree £5
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Your donations will plant trees that will restore forests where they have been lost in the past. Native trees are currently being planted in Kenya, Ecuador and Brazil

When donating to plant a single tree you will receive a digital version gift card or if you would prefer a postcard mailed to you please make a note in the special instructions box when checking out.

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Plant a Tree
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Your donations will plant trees that will restore forests where they have been lost in the past. Native trees are currently being planted in Kenya, Ecuador and Brazil


http://www.worldlandtrust.org/projects/plant-tree

 £ 
 
 

Keepers of the Wild
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Protecting half a million acres of threatened habitat isn’t easy. A donation to Keepers of the Wild will help our overseas partners employ rangers to protect the reserves and their wildlife.


http://www.worldlandtrust.org/projects/keepers-of-the-wild

 £ 
 
 




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