The World Land Trust has been helping acquire important habitats for wildlife for over 20 years. It works in partnership with local Non Government Organisations, who become the owners and managers. The WLT has a network of 22 Partners. A priority is creating corridors between existing protected areas. Elephant and Tiger corridors (India), Orang-utan corridors (Borneo), as well a small reserves for critically endangered birds (Ecuador and Brazil), special reserves for rare orchids (Ecuador), and huge protected areas in the remote Gran Chaco (Paraguay) are among recent successes.