Vote today to help TMA win the EOCA funding!

We need your help! This Black Mantled Howler Monkey is asking for you to vote for our Jama-Coaque Conservation Corridor Project today! We only have three more days to move into first place for the European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA) grant competition. We are currently in second place, but we only need a few hundred

VOTE NOW!!! Help TMA win funding from EOCA

Starting today (March 9th) and running until March 23rd, Third Millennium Alliance has a unique opportunity to receive funding from the European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA). Our project "Protecting the forests of the Jama-Coaque Conservation Corridor in Coastal Ecuador" has been selected as a finalist for the EOCA conservation grant, which will help us significantly

Video Game of the Jama-Coaque Reserve

We are incredibly excited to announce a new innovative project that is being launched by past intern Chris Karounos! Chris and his collaborators at the University of Michigan are currently developing a video game that takes place in the forests of the Jama-Coaque Reserve, Ecuador. The game, which is titled "Forest of the Jama-Coaque",  is

Updates from the Field: March 2016

Please make sure to follow our website and Facebook to keep up to date with the newest Updates from the Field each week! March 2016 So it's been a little while, which we apologize for! We've been busy with welcoming interns and staff transitions, but we're back! Learn all about our new Science and Intern Manager on our Management

Updates from the Field: Feb. 7-13

Please make sure to follow our website and Facebook to keep up to date with the newest Updates from the Field each week! February 7-13, 2016 1. Tropical Bird Feeder in action:  After several trial runs with fruit and nectar feeders set up in various places,  we have initiated a new pilot study at the Bamboo House—a tropical bird feeder

Updates from the Field: Jan. 31-Feb. 6

Please make sure to follow our website and Facebook to keep up to date with the newest Updates from the Field each week! January 31-February 6, 2016 1. Small rare jewel? All of the hummingbirds that grace the Jama-Coaque with their presence are appreciated, but we may have had a recent sighting of a Little Woodstar (Chaetocercus bombus).  According

Updates from the Field: Jan. 10-16

January 10-16, 2016   Rose-Faced Parrots!  Thursday's hike had two themes—learning some native plants with Park Ranger Marquez and checking our camera traps.  We were ecstatic to spot three Rose-Faced Parrots (Pyrilia pulchra), a species we've been on the lookout for but hadn't seen in months. We know it isn't a great photo, but those suckers

Updates from the Field: Nov. 22-28

Please make sure to follow our website and Facebook to keep up to date with the newest Updates from the Field each week! November 22-28, 2015   A Shropshire's puffing snake (Pseustes shropshirei) climbs a papaya tree within the production zone at the Jama-Coaque Reserve. 1. JCR welcomes visiting primatologist: The Reserve recently hosted Laura Cervera, a primatologist

Third Millennium Alliance Goes Solar!

Let there be light! TMA is running an online campaign through GoFundMe to bring solar power to the Jama-Coaque Reserve. As we move toward our goal of being completely self-sustainable in the next ten years at the Reserve, we have been given the chance to purchase solar power at a discounted price from Nokero, a solar

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