TAMBOPATA NATIONAL RESERVE:
This is a national reserve that is found in the south of the Peruvian Amazon basin of the Madre de Dios River, in the province of Tambopata. It was named as a natural reserve on January 26, 1992. It has two important ecosystems and has a reported 165 bird species, 41 tree families, 103 species of mammals, 13,000 species of butterflies, and 90 species of amphibians. Tambopata includes two flocks of macaws and the famous Sandoval Lake.