The aim of Reserva Natural Che Roga is the conservation of the deer of the marshes/swamps (Blastoceros dichotomus). It is the largest South American deer population which extends its distribution from the Brazilian marsh to the north, eastern Bolivia and from the Esteros del Iberá to the lower areas of the Paraná Delta. It is estimated that the number of this population, the southernmost, is about 1000 specimens and this clearly denotes the degree of threat that the species faces, according to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Its state of Conservation is vulnerable, which places it among the threatened species worldwide.
You’re are welcome to help with agricultural and conservation work or animal care.