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Nightfall, Zabalo Quiet Park

Josh Borman, Cofan Tribal Member

Zabalo River, Ecuador, is the home to the Cofan Tribe. It is also the First Certified Wilderness Quiet Park in the world. Enjoy this audio gift (via link above) from the Cofan as they export Quiet - a sustainable natural resource - from their home.

Josh Borman, Cofan Tribal Member, is seen above recording his native lands after receiving technical training by QPI in March 2020. To learn more about their way of life and their efforts to survive visit www.cofan.org


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