Bored at home?
The lovely folk at the World Land Trust have created some word-searches and crosswords for us all to do – and what’s more, they’ve even provided links to the answers as well!
They have just announced that their fundraiser to save 642 acres of land in Columbia has been successful and that the land has been saved! They hit their target of £295,000 in just a few weeks which is all the more remarkable because of what was happening in the world – the coronavirus began to make its impact felt shortly after the fundraiser was announced. Anyway, it’s a great way to get involved in conservation and to donate to something where you really can make a difference.
Thanks to the World Land Trust’s supporters, Fundacion Biodiversa Colombie (FBC) will be able to protect more of the amazing network of habitats in Barbacoas, middle-Magdalena Valley, home to many of Columbia’s most threatened species. The Lowland Tapir, Brown Spider Monkey, and West Indian Manatee all call this home, along with many bird species.