The property is mostly forested and contiguous with another property purchased by the IUCN for its ecological value. Since the acquisition of these farms there has been an increase in the breeding populations of endemic, rare threatened and endangered species which live on the property. These include the endemic race of the endangered Spider Monkey (Áteles geoffroyi azuerensis), the restricted range endemic Azuero parakeet (Pyrrhura eisenmannithe) the critically endangered Great Green Macaw (Ara ambiguus) which next in the iconic towering Cuipo trees (Cavanillesia plantanifolia) and the critically endangered tree Rosewood (Dalberia retusa) which naturally regenerates here. We are seeking partnerships to establish a green corridor to the Cerro Hoya National Park together with our neighbour Fundacion PANAMA whom own and administer the neighbouring farm.