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Catch up on the latest news about our expeditions, conservation projects, and research placements in Guatemala!

 

JAN 2018

Did you miss what does 2018 has in store for Indigo. Read more

 

 

FEB 2018

Saving the spikethumb frog of Alta Verapaz. Read more

MAR 2018

165 Runners take part in the first Impact Marathon in Guatemala! Read more

2017!

OCTOBER 2017

Running for conservation in Antigua with Impact Marathon. Read more

 

NOVEMBER 2017

Discover the Amphibians of Laguna del Tigre National Park. Read more

DECEMBER 2017

A Year in the life of Indigo! Read more

JULY 2017

The cloud forests of Alta Verapaz are a biodiversity hotspot! Read more

 

AUGUST 2017

The conservation of Rax bolay relies on the education of local Mayan communities. Read more

SEPTEMBER 2017

Visit the Motagua Valley, home to the rare, and endemic, Guatemalan beaded lizard. Read more

APRIL 2017

MAY 2017

JUNE 2017

Conservation in Laguna del Tigre National Park, Guatemala. Read more

Top Posts

 

Olive ridleys make their home at the Tortugario el Banco

Olive Ridleys make their home at the Tortugario el Banco   Olive ridley sea turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) are the smallest of the seven species of sea turtles, reaching a length of about 60 centimetres. They are found throughout the worlds tropical waters....

Welcome to the tortugario el Banco, Guatemala

Welcome to the tortugario el Banco   The tortugario el Banco. Somewhere on the Pacific Coast of Guatemala you can find a small community called el Banco, where the volcanic sands on the beach provide ideal nesting conditions for three species of sea turtle, olive...

Great news for the black-eyed treefrog.

Great news for the black-eyed treefrog Agalychnis moreletii. The red-eyed treefrog (Agalychnis callidryas) is one of the most recognisable amphibians of the world. Its big, bulging red eyes, and green skin make it a highly charismatic and lovable character...

Salamander extravaganza in Guatemala

Salamanders of Guatemala There are around 50 species of salamander found in Guatemala and they all belong to a family called the Plethodontidae, also known as the lungless salamanders. Having no lungs, they breathe by absorbing oxygen through their skin and mouth...

A new appreciation for nature!

Thank you so much for this incredible opportunity to visit such a diverse and beautiful place. I’m only two weeks into my 8 week stay at Las Guacamayas, but I have order levaquin already learnt so much and developed invaluable field skills as I undertake my own...

Salamander extravaganza in Guatemala

Salamanders of Guatemala There are around 50 species of salamander found in Guatemala and they all belong to a family called the Plethodontidae, also known as the lungless salamanders. Having no lungs, they breathe by absorbing oxygen through their skin and mouth...

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