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International Society for the Preservation of the Tropical Rainforest and Pink Amazon River Dolphin Expedition



Homepage of a non-profit society that focuses on saving the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest and the Amazon pink river dolphin.
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Address:
3302 N. Burton
Rosemead , CA 91770
USA
Contact Person: Roxanne Kremer
Phone: 626-572-0233
Fax: 626-572-9521
E-Mail: pard_expeditions@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.isptr-pard.org
   


Detailed Information:
The ISPTR-PARD site is an educational tool used by students who want to learn more about the Amazon rainforest and its inhabitants, and what they can do to help. This site also has more information about the organization's non-invasive research facility and camp in Peru, as well as a medical outpost for local tribes and a co-op to sell Indian handicrafts. The camp and facilites are open to students, school groups, researchers, and ecotourists alike.


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