Tierra del Fuego National Park is located in the extreme southwest of the Province of Tierra del Fuego, from the Sierra de Beauvoir to the coast of the Beagle Channel. It is home to a representative sample of Magellanic forest that provides food and habitat for the reproduction and development of animal species, some of which have a high conservation value and a vulnerable and/or endangered status. The park constitutes a biological corridor for the Magellanic forest and its species because of its relationship with protected areas, which protects its unique scenic landscapes. The coastal marine environments are home to great biodiversity, nesting sites, breeding and reproduction of many species. Many of these environments are involved in recycling nutrients, regulating natural hazards, and mitigating the effects of climate change. The park also has different cultural values, including evidence of past human occupations, such as hunter-gatherer populations and human occupations in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.