We save animals from cruelty and suffering and inspire people to appreciate and take care of nature

At La Senda Verde, we feel a deep sense of pain about all the harm that is being done to Bolivia’s and the world’s wilderness, but we’ve taken that emotional pain and turned it into constructive approaches and actions.

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WATCH THE VIDEO “I’M SENDA VERDE”

WATCH THE VIDEO “I’M SENDA VERDE”

SAVING ANIMALS SINCE 2003!

We have looked after hundreds of innocent wild animals victims of unspeakable cruelty, by giving them a second chance, and we have hearten them to become strong part of our lives. Nowadays they are our teachers and healers.

THE CALL

The roar of the jaguar, the howl of the monkeys, the singing of the birds are fading from our planet

Become part of Senda Verde´s wild animals community and advocate por the protection of the natural world

Become part of Senda Verde´s wild animals community and advocate por the protection of the natural world

Current Projects

Organizations or individuals can support to advance Senda Verde’s Mission by donating or funding any one of the present priority projects

 

New larger enclosure for Sasha

New larger enclosure for Sasha

Sasha is a female margay that was rescued 8 years ago and has a nice enclosure. However time has come to move her to the cats’ area and provide her an even better place.

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Adquire of more land

Adquire of more land

With so many animals LSV needs to expand, so more land becomes fundamental. Forest conservation and CO2 compensation will also be gained.

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Species

Animals

Daily Feeding Expenditure

MORE WAYS TO HELP

Volunteer

A spirit of cooperation and collaboration is much needed in our troubled world.

WHO LOVES ME

ADOPTION PROGRAM

MAKE A DONATION

Senda Verde is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
All donations are tax deductible.

OUR COLLABORATORS

Senda Verde is proud to work with different sponsors, allies and partners who care deeply about animals, conservation and the planet.

The past twenty years has seen unprecedented changes to our biodiversity and environment on our shared planet resulting in the world losing more than 10,000 species a year.

Now more than ever, conservation institutions like Senda Verde are needed to ensure the ongoing survival of many of the world’s most vulnerable species, and their habitats.