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ESTABLISHING THE W. HENRY HUDSON INSTITUTE OF CONSERVATION

Condor Valley, a privately-owned, secluded property of 70,000 acres in the northwestern province of Salta, Argentina, is a special place, home not just to condors, but to a large and diverse community of wildlife species. The management of Condor Valley, known locally as “La Bodega,” is working with the scientists and staff of Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) to create a more sustainable model for this 150-year-old historic estancia. Core to this focus will be the creation of a large, mountainous nature reserve and a conservation institute to support environmental research and ecotourism.

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