The Aquasis works hard to avoid the loss of biodiversity, through processes of long-term conservation, field research, awareness and involvement of society, besides acting as a public policy creation and management of protected areas. To these strategies Aquasis named Zero Extinction Program in Ceara, established in 2010 with the support of the Group for the Protection of Nature Apothecary. For the Aquasis achieve its objective, the institution has the performance of four institutional programs:
The Araripe Manakin is one of the most threatened bird species in the world and is endemic to the steep slopes of the Araripe Plateau, located in the deep south of the state of Ceará in northeastern Brazil.
Found only in the state of Ceará, in northeastern Brazil, the Grey-breasted Parakeet is the most critically endangered parakeet species in the Americas, due to illegal wildlife trafficking and habitat loss.
Every year, many bird species escape the Northern Hemisphere winter for the coast of Brazil, where they either stopover to feed on their way to destinations further south or stay before returning north to breed.