The World Land Trust is a remarkable conservation charity.
They are based in the UK but they work with conservation partners around the world to save acres of land which are crucial to wildlife.
There's a chance for every single one of us to be a part of history for a very special rainforest most of us haven't heard of.
It's in Ecuador, and the World Land Trust are working with their local partner Fundación Jocotoco (FJ) to safeguard the largest remaining tract of Ecuador’s once-vast Chocó forest – the home of Jaguar, Harpy Eagle, Horned Marsupial Frog and one of the most biodiverse places on the planet.
Logging for oil palm plantations could have seen this natural wonder vanish for good.
Please make a stand for wildlife in Ecuador,
The World Land Trust have a £500,000 ‘Saving Ecuador’s Chocó Forest’ appeal. And from 1 to 14 October, they have a Big Match Fortnight.
From 1 to 14 October 2020, all donations will be matched.
As I type, the appeal is 82% of the way there.
This is such an exciting appeal that could make a huge difference to the jaguar, the Harpy eagle, and the horned masupial frog.
Will you hop over to the World Land Trust and make a donation? You can find out more about the forest and its importance here