Wild Nature and Wildlife Conservation Expeditions

Iconic Patagonia represents remote and wild nature, an extraordinary place that we invite everyone to visit, discover and enjoy. We are a team of wildlife conservation professionals and field technicians committed to conserving the natural and cultural heritage of wild Patagonia. We have years of direct, hands on experience in wildlife observation and research in iconic southern Patagonia.

Wild Nature and Wildlife Conservation Expeditions

Iconic Patagonia represents remote and wild nature, an extraordinary place that we invite everyone to visit, discover and enjoy. We are a team of wildlife conservation professionals and field technicians committed to conserving the natural and cultural heritage of wild Patagonia. We have years of direct, hands on experience in wildlife observation and research in iconic southern Patagonia. We have spent our careers conserving native species, planning protected areas, and restoring ecosystems in these remote, wild and special places. Make the trip south and and experience your wild Patagonia adventure with our unique team of trained South American wildlife biologists.

We have spent our careers conserving native species, planning protected areas, and restoring ecosystems in these remote, wild and special places. Make the trip south and and experience your wild Patagonia adventure with our unique team of trained South American wildlife biologists.

Interaction with local communities and experiencing new cultures are an important part of our expeditions. Colorful gauchos, their horses and wild Patagonia go hand in hand. We value the local people of Patagonia whose proud culture is an important part of sustainable wildlife population and habitat conservation at our end of the world.

Team

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We have an extraordinary team of guides with local experience and they are always willing to share their deep knowledge of the wildlife of Patagonia Chile and Argentina.

Dr. Paula Herrera

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Chile and naturalist. With more than 12 years of experience in tourism, sustainable livestock, conservation and creation of Parks and Protected Areas in Patagonia. She has participated and actively promoted the training of professionals and guides of nature tourism in Aysén.

Dr. Eduardo Pavez

Veterinarian and doctor of veterinary sciences from the University of Chile. Dr. Pavez is an expert in Chilean wildlife and professional ornithologist and the Founder and Director of the Raptor Center of Chile for the last 20 years. He is currently Co-Director of the Binational Conservation Program for the Andean Condor and President of the Union of Ornithologists of Chile.

Johanna Zajc

As a hospitality professional with four years of experience in tourist management at Patagonia Park, I have had the privilege of immersing myself in the natural beauty of this region. My passion for nature combines with my love for photography, allowing me to capture and share the majesty of this unique environment.

Get involved in wildlife conservation efforts and share the work that park rangers do for all of us. Your participation will contribute economically to local initiatives aimed at threatened species and their habitats.

Collaborators

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Joares May Junior

Veterinarian specialized in wildlife, focused on felines and canids, has been working since 2003 on wild carnivore conservation projects in Brazil and other Latin American countries.

Fernando Vidal

Fernando is a professional airplane pilot and after his retirement from his commerical aviation career he created the center for conservation and wildlife management “Fauna Andina” in the Araucanía region of Patagonia. Fernando has developed Chilean wildlife conservation projects just north of Patagonia and led the reintroduction of threatened native species, such as huemul deer, the wild kodkod cat, the tiny Darwin’s fox and the guanaco.

Jim Williams M.S.

Studied pumas for his M Sc. at Montana State University, Bozeman. Wildlife biologist, large carnivore and ungulate conservation expert. His new book “Path of the Puma” was recently published by Patagonia Books. He has spent his career delivering local conservation and working with communities on wildlife projects. Jim works for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.

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