The Reserve was acquired in 2006 and since 2008 has been managed 100% as a reserve, aiming to totally recuperate the habitats of fauna, flora and hydraulic resources.
More than 10,000 trees have been planted mainly as strategic biological corridors.
The presence of species is monitored directly and with the help of camera trap, which are gathered weekly.
Through these measures, we have helped stabilize the local environment and spur a significant repopulation of flora and fauna, as well as improved water levels.
It is common to observe emblematic mammals and birds.
The Llanos have various species at different levels of danger of extinction, many of which are found in Mururito. These are: Giant armadillo (Priodontes maximus), Giant nutria (Pteronura brasiliensis), Ocelot (Leopardus pardalis), Mountain lion (Puma concolor), Tapir (Tapirus terrestres), Jaguarondi (Herpailurus yaguaroundi), Giant anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla), Collared pecari (Tayassu tajacu), White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), Brocket deer (Mazama Americana), Porcupine (Coendu prehencilis), Paca (Agouti paca), Amazon red squirrel (Sciurus igniventris).
The Reserve lays between 430 and 600 feet over sea level (f.o.s.l.).