Conservacion Patagonica IDIOMA: ESPAÑOL

Protecting Biodiversity

Once thought to be the land of giants—the mythical “Patagons”—Patagonia is home to a fascinating array of wildlife. From llama-like guanacos to giant flightless lesser rheas, these grasslands and forests abound with endemic species. All native species historically present in the region still exist within the future Patagonia National Park, making the permanent protection of this area key for preserving Patagonia’s biodiversity. Below, you’ll find profiles of some of the remarkable species found in the park; click the links to learn more.

Flora Profiles



Mammals Profiles



Birds Profiles



Amphibians Profiles