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1 Chile launches a national nature fund
2 Plight of the Pajarada
3 Campaign launched to declare Puelo River a water reserve
4 Jaguars re-inhabit Argentina’s Ibera wetlands after a 70-year absence
5 Corporacion Alerce launches new infographic about world's second-oldest tree
6 Restoring the Darwin's rhea to the Patagonian steppe
7 The San Pedro River and the sacred basin
8 Somos Cuenca: bringing people together to restore and protect rivers
9 Protecting the Cuervo River basin
10 Islote Lobos: Argentina’s 40th national park
11 New sightings of huemul in the Puelo River basin
12 New report shows payoffs of environmental protection
13 Chiloe wetlands await protection
14 Discovering nature and the ocean through play
15 Saving endangered Darwin’s rhea in Patagonia
16 Online: Puelo Reserva de Agua book
17 The Puelo River moves a big step closer to being declared a water reserve by Chile
18 Wild rivers: A law to conserve and restore them
19 Endangered huemul sited in the Puelo Valley
20 A box that safeguards the soul of national parks
21 Funding Patagonia’s national parks: How the new deal announced by Chile will work
22 Tompkins Conservation entrusts Pumalín and Patagonia parks to Chile
23 Extinct in Argentina, the giant river otter returns to Esteros de Iberá
24 Researchers seek to protect the southernmost bats in the world
25 Kawésqar National Park is established
26 Chile’s threatened forests
27 Two new marine protected areas for Argentina
28 Illegal logging: the underground exploitation of alerce
29 Conservation and tourism: the Route of Parks of Chilean Patagonia
30 Cochamó to host workshops on the benefits of a water reserve
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