Sabine and Klaus Marion
Friends from Germany who helped us with moving the manatee to the Orphanage
Mrs. Demeter Kraanj, Poland
In honor of family and friends
Alan and Janine
Volunteers from England (photograph right feeding the Tapir)
Girls on Top from Australia
Jade, Emma and Saffy, who established and stocked a gift shop for Pilpintuwasi. Take a few minutes to read their story of their visit to the Orphanage and Pilpintuwasi.
Dreessen, Kris: The Friends Project
While working with scientists in the Yavari/Loreto region, a $50 donation to help care for a baby howler monkey.
Donating time to help with the Manatee
Chula Vista, California
A big-hearted person from California: he talked his family into helping by building this website.
P. Earle, California
In loving memory of my daughter, Melissa
Susan Gardner, Illinois
For Pedro Bello
Mrs. Irene, Poland
L. Hewett, California
In honor of the Amazon Animal Orphanage
D. A. Levy, California
In honor of Gudrun and her volunteers!
Karen Wells, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
- Anne Kathrin from Germany
- Shawna from Canada
- Katie from Australia who, as a trained zookeeper taught us a lot about enrichment
- Geert and Heidi from Belgium
- Louise, Robin, Miriam, Carola and another very nice Italian woman
Please consider including the Amazon Animal Orphanage and Pilpintuwasi Butterfly Farm in your gift-giving throughout the year by donating in behalf of friends and family.
Caring for wild animals is extremely expensive — example: I’ve been caring for a colony of domestic feral cats for the past few years at the cost of about $2,000 per year. If domestics cost that much, imagine what Gudrun and the volunteers are up against! No government funding is granted for their efforts.
They definitely need everyone’s assistance