To protect of the Jaguarundi, Naturefund buys currently 140,000 square metres of dry forest on the Pacific coast of Nicaragua. Naturefund buys 140,000 square metres of dry forest on the Pacific coast of Nicaragua. A very rare and almost unknown cat lives here: the Jaguarundi. It is a subspecies of the Cougar, big cat, Brown and beautiful. As almost everywhere is also its Habitat, the tropical dry forest, disappearing. Preserve a last, small Waldrest, Naturefund that the big cats take action #raubTATZE back starts to your country! The action #raubTATZE is 15 days, from the 4th to the 19th of August.
Naturefund is looking for people driving from their predator claws and reclaim a piece of wilderness in this period. It aims to find 600 people nationwide, who are willing to protect dry forest with 20 EUR whole 100 square meters. All who participate in this promotion period, receive a free certificate of Jaguarundi by Naturefund! Who wants to be active or otherwise, can send a short commentary on the action at Naturefund,. The comment can be on the Jaguarundi, about the idea of Naturefund, to buy land for the nature or to the action of #raubTATZE. Naturefund published these comments on his website, on request with name or anonymously and also on Twitter.
All who want to pursue this action, can even on Twitter #raubTATZE or landfornature learn more, where even a comment to ‘#raubTATZE – big cats Rob is her country back!’ write and also forward them. All comments are redirected during the promotion period after Nicaragua and answered by the people there in the project area, and also published locally. The tropical dry forest on the Pacific coast of Central America is a unique and now very rare forest habitat. Despite the close proximity to the Pacific Ocean, it rains only three months in the year, the rest of the time there is mostly dry.