Senior Executive; Diplom Biologist from Phillips University of Marburg, Germany; German national with permanent Peruvian residency, Fully trilingual (English-Spanish-German), as well as basic knowledge of french. Certified by the International Coaching Community (ICC) and working as freelance coach helping people to grow personally and profesionally; Executive Director of the Peruvian conservation NGO Mundo Azul with 32 years of experience in leadership positions in conservation and research. Executive Director of the Interamerican Institute for Integral Ecology, a Peruvian NGO specializing on eco-efficiancy and sustainabilitiy; 17 years of experience in eco-tourism development, management and guiding. Book author, film maker and artist. Download full curriculum    
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Birding in the Lomas of Lachay

The Lomas de Lachay, being located about 100 kilometers north of Lima, Peru are a very special bird habitat. It is a fog-oasis being surrounded by coastal desert, and home to 55 bird species. This video shows explains the habitats ecology and shows the most common bird species to be observed when traveling with Nature Expeditions to the Lomas de Lachay for birding. Learn more about birding tours to Lomas de Lachay

Birding in the wetland of Villa

The protected wetland Pantanos de Villa in Lima is a wetland of international importance for aquatic birds, being recognized as such by the RAMSAR Convention. This wetland, being surrounded by the capital of Peru, is a great place for birding and should not be missing in any city tour of Lima. Learn more about birding tours to Villa wetland

Birding in Limas’ “El Olivar” Park

This park is not only a place for relaxation and social encounter. It is also a nature oasis in the middle of the countries capital. Observe up to 30 species of birds at the “El Olivar” Park in San Isidro in Lima. Learn more about birding tours to Elk Olivar Park

The liberation of Fly

Aysha Austermühle (at the time of producing the video 6 years old) tells the storry of “Fly”, the macaw – the first animal she set free in the Peruvian rainforest at age 4. Please see and recommend this video in order to raise awareness and end the illegal trade in wild species in Peru.

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