Callicebus Programme

The  Callicebus Programme  is the basis of Proyecto Mono Tocón’s existence. The results of the first studies in 2007, on the distribution and conservation status of the San Martin titi monkey (Callicebus oenanthe). Read more.

Cacajao Programme

In 2010 Proyecto Mono Tocón confirmed the presence of a group of approximately 30 individuals of the bald uakari (Cacajao calvus ssp) in the Cordillera Cahuapanas. Read more.

Huallaga Programme

Proyecto Mono Tocón executes since 2011 the Central Huallaga Programme., with the objective to identify and protect areas that potentially could serve for the conservation of the San Martin titi monkey (Callicebus oenanthe). Read more.

Environmental Education

Environmental Education is an important component of a biodiversity conservation project. Read more.

Awajun Communities

The high rate of deforestation in San Martin, the highest for Peru, threatens the natural recourses and the future sustainable use of the ecosystem services that offer the rainforest. Read more.

Endemics of the Peruvian Amazon

Proyecto Mono Tocón and the organization Más que Pájaros created the "Endemics of the Peruvian Amazon" ecotourism route.  An itinerary focusing mainly on birds and primates of the Mayo, Huallaga and Huayabamba Rivers watershed, combining tourism with support for local conservation initiatives.

San Martin Titi Monkey


Las Tres Quebradas
A sustainable management project in Peru

The Spanish biologists Beatriz Blanco-Fontao and Manuel Antonio González show in the magazine Quercus their support to the Tres Quebradas project. This community conservation initiative will conserve an area of 4.177 hectares of premontane tropical forest.

Magazine Quercus


The San Martin titi Monkey
between the primates most
endangered primates the world

San Martin titi monkeyThe International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has revealed the new list with the world’s 25 most endangered primates. Proyecto Mono Tocón, together with the NGOs Neotropical Primates and Yunkawasi, have proposed on the XXIV congress of the International Primatological Society in Mexico to include the emblematic San Martin titi monkey (Callicebus oenanthe) in the list. After more than five years promoting the conservation of the species, we are proud that other national and international organisations will also make an effort for the conservation of the San Martin titi monkey.


Newsletter May 2013

Discover the latest newsletter of Proyecto Mono Tocón, with news from the conservation, research and environmental education programmes we execute in the Peruvian Amazon.

Dowloand Newsletter May 2013

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