A Surprising Discovery in Patagonian Waters

A Surprising Discovery in Patagonian Waters

Working with the Spanish Institute of Oceanography, the marine program of Rewilding Chile has discovered red hydrocorals in Chile’s Kawésqar National Marine Reserve, located in the Strait of Magellan. This rare and fragile species fosters one of the most biodiverse...

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New Patagonia National Park Book

New Patagonia National Park Book

Published by Patagonia, an expansive new book offers a photographic journey through a former livestock ranch restored to become protected parklands. PATAGONIA NATIONAL PARK: CHILE, is now available everywhere books are sold. The lagoons of Patagonia National Park....

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The Superdads of Patagonia National Park

The Superdads of Patagonia National Park

#1 Dad award goes to: Alas and Douglas are two Darwin’s rhea males who have been key in reversing the decline of their species in Patagonia National Park, Chile. For years these breeders have been boosting the wild rhea population while based at the Darwin’s Rhea...

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Data that Makes a Difference

Data that Makes a Difference

Finalist for ESRI’s Best StoryMaps of 2023: Rewilding Chile’s "Wildlife monitoring with camera traps'' is a finalist in this year's ArcGIS StoryMap competition! Go behind the scenes with this fascinating interactive story to see how camera traps are vital to...

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On PBS! The Power of Grasslands

On PBS! The Power of Grasslands

Stream the PBS docuseries Evolution Earth, Episode 5: Grasslands shows how rewilding and a healthy population of pumas is benefiting the vast grasslands of Patagonia National Park, Chile, and locals like Arcilio Sepulveda, a puma hunter turned park ranger for...

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Go Deep with Us

Go Deep with Us

To really understand what's happening underwater In defense of pristine seas: We cannot save what we don't know, what we do not understand. So, Rewilding Chile is exploring the Patagonian Sea to document the diverse life forms thriving in these remote waters. Join an...

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Chile Accepts Cape Froward Donation

Chile Accepts Cape Froward Donation

President Gabriel Boric met with Kristine Tompkins on March 1 to move forward with a proposed donation of 230,000 acres on behalf of Tompkins Conservation and Rewilding Chile toward the creation of a future national park on Cape Froward. The forthcoming process of...

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See the Power of Rewilding

See the Power of Rewilding

Tompkins Conservation, with help from Esri, is launching our first story map, an interactive form of storytelling, to share our own hopeful experience with rewilding. What’s at stake with the global biodiversity crisis? Everything. Latin America's biodiversity is down...

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