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About This Website


Manu waterfall Waterfall in Manu Biosphere Reserve

This website was created by Mihir and Ameet. Our passion for wildlife drove us to see the world; we now utilize the Internet to reach people across the globe and share this with them. This is one way that we can contribute to the preservation of the natural world which has provided us so much fun, adventure and opportunity to learn.

The idea for these kinds of websites - Yucatan Wildlife and Peru Wildlife - was born out of necessity. As we were doing research for our trip to the Yucatan peninsula, we found out that it was difficult to get advance information to help plan the trip. The information on the Web was hard to find and scattered across many sources. The good information was mixed up with lots of not-so-good stuff. We found something similar as we planned a trip to Peru.

Check out our latest website - San Francisco Bay Area Wildlife.

This website is intended to be a portal to useful and selected information about the wonderful wildlife of Peru. These pages are not expected to replace all the good information that is already out there - and more is being added all the time.

If You Want to Help

We are looking for sub-editors for various sections of the site. If you are interested in some aspect of Peru Wildlife and would like to get involved, please get in touch by with some details about yourself and your background. We look forward to hearing from you.

Credits

The following people have contributed to the development of this website and its content.
  • Fanny Cornejo - works in the department of Mammalogy at the Museum of Natural History of the University San Marcos, specializes in neotropical primates
  • Preksha - Software professional and amateur naturalist

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