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Published on Feb 25, 2015
SLAWEK, PhotoGallery: http://gotoslawek.org/artbankgallery.... Founded in 1994, Madre Selva protects 192 ha (about 480 acres) of land. Through an agreement with the neighboring Yagua Indian community of Comandancia, Project Amazonas manages an additional area of community land of about 400 ha (about 1000 acres) for use by researchers and other station users. Since its creation, Madre Selva has rapidly grown into the most utilized of the field sites and is the favored site for educational groups due to ease of access, comfortable and convenient facilities, and the direct access to a wide variety of terrestrial and aquatic habitats, as well as to Yagua Indian and mestizo communities on the Orosa River.