Across the planet, over the years, characteristic species that inhabited the environment before the arrival of man were losing ground with the growth of civilizations. In the region that now makes up the Ibitipoca Commune, many populations have declined dramatically and today we are doing ReWild work to reverse this situation.
Currently the project with experts has three fronts of action:
– The reintroduction of the tapir; (PROTAPIR and MIB)
– The reintroduction of macucos and jacutingas; (UFV, MIB, Airom Ambiental and CRAX)
– Managing population strengthening of the critically endangered Muriqui, the largest nonhuman primate in the Americas. (MIB)