Date created: 2012
Area: 2,456 acres
Average Temperature: 75 °F
Ecosystem: Tropical humid forest
Weather: Warm and humid tropical
Altitudinal range: Between 100 and 2,50 AMSL
Key species: Tití cabeciblanco (Saguinus oedipus) and Oropéndola del Baudó (Psarocolius cassini)
Different species of threatened birds are conserved in the Nature Reserve, such as Psarocolius cassini (EN), Penelope ortoni (EN), Ara ambiguus (EN), Crax rubra (VU), among others. Likewise, the habitat of the Saguinus oedipus (CR) species is conserved. In addition, within the conservation area a wide systems of streams contributing to the Pavarandó river that flows into the Riosucio are protected.
The Nature Reserve is located in the municipality of Riosucio, in the department of Chocó. It has 994 hectares between 100 and 250 meters above sea level, of forests with transitional characteristics between the tropical rain forests (bp-T) of the Pacific coast and the tropical humid forests (bh-T) of the Urabá Antioqueño area.
Tropical rainforests of the Pacific Coast and tropical humid forests.