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RepostBy @natgeotravel: "Photo by @renan_ozturk  This was most intimate/memorable moment of the Patagonia Trip. My umbrella blew out backward like in the cartoons and rain pelted the 10 person crew from LA. In a panic state everyone retreated to a low area, some crawling low to the ground not to get knocked over by the gusts. I took the opportunity to walk the other way and just sit on the far exposed ridge. For a long 10 min I sat with this family of Guanacos as they cared for their young chulengos, sparred and ate grass. ~  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” • At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name. @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park. - additional words by @jamesqmartin #wildlegacy #rewilding" (via #instarepost @AppsKottage)
Esto es Iberá. Si no lo ves desde arriba, aunque sea una sola vez, no vas a saber lo que son los Esteros. Si ya por tierra el gran humedal correntino es mágico, desde arriba todo cambia... y para bien. Hace  ya 20 años que una pareja de "gringos" descubrieron por primera vez estas formas, texturas y colores. La vegetación y el agua se aliaron para enamorarlos del lugar, convirtiéndolos en unos de sus mayores benefactores. Hoy, gracias a su obra y legado, Iberá está más vivo que nunca!!!. #tompkins_conservation #cltargentina #iberawetlands #corrieentesvuelveasercorrientes #wildlegacy #wildlife #esterosdelibera #embalsado #argentina #lonelyplanet #leonardodicapriofdn #natgeo #drone #cessna #aerial #shot #naturaleza
@ the.online.business.coach Photo by @renan_ozturk This was most intimate/memorable moment of the Patagonia Trip. My umbrella blew out backward like in the cartoons and rain pelted the 10 person crew from LA. In a panic state everyone retreated to a low area, some crawling low to the ground not to get knocked over by the gusts. I took the opportunity to walk the other way and just sit on the far exposed ridge. For a long 10 min I sat with this family of Guanacos as they cared for their young chulengos, sparred and ate grass. ~  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” • At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name. @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park. - additional words by @jamesqmartin #wildlegacy #rewilding
Credit to @natgeotravel  Photo by @renan_ozturk This was most intimate/memorable moment of the Patagonia Trip. My umbrella blew out backward like in the cartoons and rain pelted the 10 person crew from LA. In a panic state everyone retreated to a low area, some crawling low to the ground not to get knocked over by the gusts. I took the opportunity to walk the other way and just sit on the far exposed ridge. For a long 10 min I sat with this family of Guanacos as they cared for their young chulengos, sparred and ate grass. ~  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” • At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name. @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park. - additional words by @jamesqmartin #wildlegacy #rewilding
Photo by @renan_ozturk  This was most intimate/memorable moment of the Patagonia Trip. My umbrella blew out backward like in the cartoons and rain pelted the 10 person crew from LA. In a panic state everyone retreated to a low area, some crawling low to the ground not to get knocked over by the gusts. I took the opportunity to walk the other way and just sit on the far exposed ridge. For a long 10 min I sat with this family of Guanacos as they cared for their young chulengos, sparred and ate grass. ~  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” • At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name. @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park. - additional words by @jamesqmartin #wildlegacy #rewilding
Photo by @renan_ozturk  This was most intimate/memorable moment of the Patagonia Trip. My umbrella blew out backward like in the cartoons and rain pelted the 10 person crew from LA. In a panic state everyone retreated to a low area, some crawling low to the ground not to get knocked over by the gusts. I took the opportunity to walk the other way and just sit on the far exposed ridge. For a long 10 min I sat with this family of Guanacos as they cared for their young chulengos, sparred and ate grass. ~  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” • At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name. @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park. - additional words by @jamesqmartin #wildlegacy #rewilding
Photo by @renan_ozturk This was most intimate/memorable moment of the Patagonia Trip. My umbrella blew out backward like in the cartoons and rain pelted the 10 person crew from LA. In a panic state everyone retreated to a low area, some crawling low to the ground not to get knocked over by the gusts. I took the opportunity to walk the other way and just sit on the far exposed ridge. For a long 10 min I sat with this family of Guanacos as they cared for their young chulengos, sparred and ate grass. ~  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” • At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name. @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park. - additional words by @jamesqmartin #wildlegacy #rewilding .......................................................... Photo by @natgeotravel .......................................................... . . . . .
Regrann from @natgeotravel -  Photo by @renan_ozturk  This was most intimate/memorable moment of the Patagonia Trip. My umbrella blew out backward like in the cartoons and rain pelted the 10 person crew from LA. In a panic state everyone retreated to a low area, some crawling low to the ground not to get knocked over by the gusts. I took the opportunity to walk the other way and just sit on the far exposed ridge. For a long 10 min I sat with this family of Guanacos as they cared for their young chulengos, sparred and ate grass. ~  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” • At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name. @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park. - additional words by @jamesqmartin #wildlegacy #rewilding - #regrann
Photo by @renan_ozturk This was most intimate/memorable moment of the Patagonia Trip. My umbrella blew out backward like in the cartoons and rain pelted the 10 person crew from LA. In a panic state everyone retreated to a low area, some crawling low to the ground not to get knocked over by the gusts. I took the opportunity to walk the other way and just sit on the far exposed ridge. For a long 10 min I sat with this family of Guanacos as they cared for their young chulengos, sparred and ate grass. ~  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” • At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name. @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park. - additional words by @jamesqmartin #wildlegacy #rewilding Inspired by @natgeotravel
Is that's a camera? Ok Ignore that. #avisheking 💚 avisheking.com 💚 #fastrepost from @National Geographic Travel by @fastrepost_app ••• Photo by @renan_ozturk  This was most intimate/memorable moment of the Patagonia Trip. My umbrella blew out backward like in the cartoons and rain pelted the 10 person crew from LA. In a panic state everyone retreated to a low area, some crawling low to the ground not to get knocked over by the gusts. I took the opportunity to walk the other way and just sit on the far exposed ridge. For a long 10 min I sat with this family of Guanacos as they cared for their young chulengos, sparred and ate grass. ~  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” • At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name. @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park. - additional words by @jamesqmartin #wildlegacy #rewilding
Photo by @renan_ozturk This was most intimate/memorable moment of the Patagonia Trip. My umbrella blew out backward like in the cartoons and rain pelted the 10 person crew from LA. In a panic state everyone retreated to a low area, some crawling low to the ground not to get knocked over by the gusts. I took the opportunity to walk the other way and just sit on the far exposed ridge. For a long 10 min I sat with this family of Guanacos as they cared for their young chulengos, sparred and ate grass. ~  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” • At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name. @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park. - additional words by @jamesqmartin #wildlegacy #rewilding
#repost @natgeotravel with @get_repost ・・・ Photo by @renan_ozturk  This was most intimate/memorable moment of the Patagonia Trip. My umbrella blew out backward like in the cartoons and rain pelted the 10 person crew from LA. In a panic state everyone retreated to a low area, some crawling low to the ground not to get knocked over by the gusts. I took the opportunity to walk the other way and just sit on the far exposed ridge. For a long 10 min I sat with this family of Guanacos as they cared for their young chulengos, sparred and ate grass. ~  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” • At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name. @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park. - additional words by @jamesqmartin #wildlegacy #rewilding
Photo by @renan_ozturk  This was most intimate/memorable moment of the Patagonia Trip. My umbrella blew out backward like in the cartoons and rain pelted the 10 person crew from LA. In a panic state everyone retreated to a low area, some crawling low to the ground not to get knocked over by the gusts. I took the opportunity to walk the other way and just sit on the far exposed ridge. For a long 10 min I sat with this family of Guanacos as they cared for their young chulengos, sparred and ate grass. ~  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” • At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name. @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park. - additional words by @jamesqmartin #wildlegacy #rewilding
Día histórico para Chile. La presidenta Michelle Bachelet firma el decreto que crea nuevas áreas marinas protegidas y el nuevo Parque Nacional Pumalín Douglas Tompkins, que se integra a la red de parques Patagonia.  Es así como desde hoy tendremos más de 4,5 millones de hectáreas protegidas en el sur de Chile, y todo gracias al legado de Doug y Kris Tompkins.  Fotos que tomé hace un tiempo de la desembocadura del río Blanco en la parte norte de Pumalín y sendero al Cerro/Laguna Tronador, junto a la ruta 7 “carretera austral” la cual atraviesa el parque.  #wildlegacy
Regrann from @jamesqmartin -  Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming  @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” •  At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name.  @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park.” #wildlegacy #rewilding - #regrann
Today Douglas Tompkin's Wild Legacy is underscored by the Chilean government naming  @parquepumalin National Park will be named “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” •  At the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President of @tompkins_conservation, signed the decree to create “Pumalín National Park – Douglas R. Tompkins.” This marks the final act in creating the network of parks of Chilean Patagonia, which establishes over 10 million acres of new national parklands and includes what has been billed as the largest donation of land from a private entity to a country in history. With today’s signing and naming ceremony, the government of Chile recognizes Douglas Tompkins’ legacy by giving his first and most iconic conservation philanthropy project his name.  @kristine_tompkins stated: “On behalf of our family and the Tompkins Conservation teams in Chile, Argentina, and the United States, I feel honored that Doug’s vision to create national parks is recognized in a permanent way, by putting his name on his beloved Pumalín Park.” #wildlegacy #rewilding
El yaguareté es el carnívoro más increíble del continente americano. Es el rey allá donde vive (desde selvas a los esteros). Nunca mira hacia atrás cuando camina porque no tiene a quien temer (al menos antes de la irrupción del hombre blanco). Este tótem de poder  en la mayor parte de culturas precolombinas siempre fue adorado por su astucia y su fuerza. Cuando está cazando, no existe nada más que su presa. Su sigilo le permite moverse como un fantasma tanto en tierra firme como en los árboles o en el agua. Es el felino más versátil del planeta y aún  así solo quedan 200 en Argentina. ¿Como hemos podido llegar a este punto?. El humano ha perdido el respeto a la Pachamama y los que antes eran dioses ahora solo son piezas prescindibles de este gran tablero de juego que es el Planeta Tierra. Aún estamos a tiempo de revertir esta situación.#totem #rewilding #cltargentina  #conservation #tompkins_conservation #wildlife #wildlegacy #corrientes #iberawetlands #natgeo #lonelyplanet #tourism #bigcats #phantera #jaguar #hope #leonardodicapriofdn #yaguarete #esterosdelibera #parqueiberacorrientes

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