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A plan for the first binational Conservationist Park is underway on the Uruguay River bordering Argentina and Uruguay

American billionaire Gilbert Butler has purchased some land he intends to hand over to the Argentine province of Entre Ríos and to the government of Uruguay for eco-tourism purposes, reported during the weekend. Last year Butler bought three islands on the Argentine side of the Uruguay River to be donated to the province of Entre Ríos to set up a Natural Park there. Now Butler announced the purchase of another three islands on the Uruguayan side to be handed over to national authorities for ecotourism and…

Tompkins Conservation celebrates new 395,000 acres national park in Argentina

A new national park in Argentina that will help protect the country’s incredible wetlands, forests and grasslands well into the future, as well as putting a new part of the country on travellers’ maps has been given the green light by the Argentine government. Last week, the country’s congress passed new legislation that created Iberá National Park, located in northeastern Argentina. The national parks adds 395,000 acres to the neighboring 1.3-million-acre Iberá Provincial Park, making their combined…
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