Membership, contact, and activities information. Publishers of the print magazine "Orquideologia". Founded 1964. Medellín, Colombia.
Cloud forest orchid reserve with over 200 species is located about an hour from Quito, Ecuador. Botanical garden near the reserve entrance to learn about the diversity of montane forest plants.
Orchid growing tips, videos, activities, and association membership information. Images of wild orchids found in the Brazilian state of Ceará. Founded 1977. Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil.
Beginning in 2001, this annual festival promotes the conservation and appreciation of the region's orchids. Concepción, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Orchid images, history, anatomy, flowering periods, art gallery, care tips. Orchid quiz. Books. Online magazine the "Orchid News". Delfina de Araujo. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Promoting the conservation of orchids in their native habitat. International trips organized. Founded 2006. Encinitas, California, United States.
Information, including photographs, about orchid species found in south Brazil. Luiz Filipe Varella and Jacques Klein. Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
Promoting the conservation and scientific research of Amazon basin orchids. Environmental education programs. Guided tours offered. Volunteers welcome. Puyo, Ecuador.
Species and culture information for the genus Cattleya, and several related other genera. John Denson. Fort Riley, Kansas, United States.
Series of films, available on DVD, about finding orchids in their native habitats. Stig Dalström and Darryl Saffer. Sarasota, Florida, United States.
Organization whose primary objective is the conservation of orchid species. Posadas, Misiones, Argentina.
Membership information, image gallery, and events. List of orchids found in the region. Founded 1993. Divinopolis, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Orchid research projects with a focus on Ecuador species. Lorena Endara at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Gainesville, Florida, United States.
Discussion forum and many pages of information about orchids, with the focus on species found in Brazil. Mário A G Leal. Brazil.
Dedicated to the study, cultivation, propagation, and conservation of orchids occurring in Bolivia. Santa Cruz, Bolivia.