Who we are
Who we are
Conservación Península Valdés (CPV) is a non-profit organization formed by a team of people involved in land and wildlife conservation projects in the Península Valdés, a UNESCO World Heritage Site & Biosphere Reserve.
“We should preserve every scrap of biodiversity as priceless while we learn to use it and come to understand what it means to humanity.”
– E. O. Wilson
Inspiring people to value and conserve nature
Financial assistance makes our projects feasible and successful over time. For those who wish to support our programs, we welcome your contribution to Conservación Península Valdés.
Rehabilitating and protecting the environment will always be a good investment of time and resources. Thank you for helping us continue this vital work to create new possibilities for nature and people in this unique natural paradise of Patagonia.
Península Valdés is located in Patagonia, a vast region at the tip of the South American continent and one of the last truly wild places on the planet. With an area of 4,000 square-kilometer the peninsula is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, also known as the Patagonian Sea, which covers the so-called “Large Marine Ecosystem Patagonian shelf” and is one of the richest marine areas on Earth.
We work targeting the issues, areas and species that need more attention, or where the effects of our work can have the greatest and widest impact.