The Pantanal. The largest tropical wetlands and one of the most richly biodiverse locations in the world. This remote paradise in the western part of Brazil is home to the largest big cat in the Americas, the jaguar.
C4C TREK IN BRAZIL, FALL 2018 Climb for Conservation is very excited to announce that we will be designing and organizing a C4C Trek in Brazil for Fall 2018 in conjunction with a world renowned scientist and conservation organization for the preservation of jaguars. This will be our first time to Brazil
The Jaguar population has decreased 96% due to habitat loss and poaching! Now listed as Near Threatened, heading towards endangered, on the IUCN Red List. Long revered for its hunting prowess and strength, has also been feared for the same reasons, even though jaguars have rarely attacked humans.
Wild tiger numbers are at an all-time low. We have lost 97% of wild tigers in just over a century. Tigers may be one of the most revered animals, but they are also vulnerable to extinction. As few as 3,200 exist in the wild today. This big cat is admired and feared in equal parts,
Green Girl Climber and artist Olivia Daane Reische of LIVASPENART has painted four butterflies, which are focused on African butterflies and other threatened species, the sales of which will be donated to Climb for Conservation. As Olivia says: “I was thrilled to be included in this group of women, the “Green Girl Team”, for our