La Palma

Family representative: Dora Inés Garzón Hernández


La Palma farm is located in the rural area of Bellavista in the Belen de los Andaquies municipality in the Andean-Amazonian piedmont of Caquetá department, Colombia. The farm has a size of 88.41 ha, of which 32.43 ha are of conserved forest and 5.01 ha of coffee Catimor and San Bernardo varieties in sunlight crops.


I) La Palma farm is part of the potential connectivity habitat area for the jaguar and other fauna and flora wild species.

II) One mammal species, the tayra, is registered on the farm. Still, within the area, there are also populations of guara and squirrels.

III) The farm has three water springs and five streams, 32.43 hectares of native forest with species such as achapo, nogal y chipo, balsos, hueso, yarumo, gomo, tachuelo, chicala, fono, caucho and boca de indio, and 5.01 hectares of coffee in sunlight crops.



This map shows the general boundary location of La Palma farm concerning the jaguar habitat.



These maps show the distribution and type of land cover present on La Palma farm.


PUMA Puma concolor

Species found on the farm

About the family

Dora Inés and her family, originally from Garzón Huila, started a new chapter in their lives upon arriving in Doncello, guided by a land exchange opportunity. Inheriting the agricultural tradition from their parents, they chose cocoa cultivation, a visionary strategy to counteract the expansion of illicit plantations. With a deep-rooted commitment, Dora and her family dedicate themselves to preserving the surrounding forest.