Looking at this map of ProAves' sites: Reservas de la Fundación ProAves - Google MapsThis is great news! I wonder if there are other species of Dendrobatidae in this forest. It's unfortunate that the property is only 124 acres though.
I would be very interested in knowing more, possible to share? Who benefit from the Proaves reserve? Their own eco volunteer "business"? How are the local communities excluded? Did the locals have the legal ownership to the land?So, the new reserve, in my opinion, has a strong comercial interest, and ignores the local traditional owners of the land, the afro american communities from Timbiqui. The pacific lowlands are by law a reserve (reseva del pacifico), so buying some hectare in this specific issue wont save the specie, but will work more as a private tourism iniciative, with conservation money.
Check out this site: Dendrobates.org - Species accountsDoes anybody know if there are any other well-known species of dart frogs that are protected? Nothing too rare, because if it's rare, there is a chance that I've probably never heard of it in my life.