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Biodiversity in a rainforest means even a square foot can contain countless plants and insects, as well as support dozens of other species including many of the world's most beautiful birds.
Ecuador's "cloud forest" of Buenaventura is now the last true refuge for the El Oro Parakeet, with about 150 to 175 individuals in the World Land Trust-US reserve now representing half of the world’s total population.
Wildlife surveys in the Serra Bonita mountain range in eastern Brazil recorded 330 species of birds and the world's greatest diversity of moths and butterflies with approximately 5,000 species at one site (more species than all of North America). All of this contained in an area that is roughly five times the area of Central Park in New York City.
Even a square foot of rainforest can represent a haven to a songbird or brightly colored parakeet. Every day, The Rainforest Site supports partners like WLT-US to save rainforests around the world, giving birds, monkeys, apes, big cats, and so many more species a home.
Be a fan of this idea and help GreaterGood.org do even more by joining Share And Save A Square on Facebook. Already this month, fans of The Rainforest Site have saved more than 1,500 square feet of rainforest through the simple act of sharing with their friends.