Secoya
Indigenous Group Secoya (Also known as: Angotero, Encabellao, Siona-Secoya)
Location Peru, Northern Peru, Boca de Angusilla, Yaricaya, Cuyabeno (Aguarico) and Santa Marta, a small river off the Napo River near the Ecuador border.
Estimated Population 144 (Retrieved 2005,SIL)
Environment Tropical Rainforest, Swamp
Lifestyle Semi-Nomadic / Sedentary
Subsistence Agriculture / Hunting / Gathering / Fishing
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Secoya
Classification: Tucanoan, Western
Alternative Names: Angotero, Encabellao, Siona-Secoya

Dialects: Angotero, Piojé
Website URLs Ethnologue
Peru Ecologico
Confeniae,Unidad Tierra Justica Y Libertad, Article : The Governments of Peru & Ecuador continue committing Diplomacide while we try and give them the key to life
The Council on Hemispheric Affairs (COHA), Article: Peru-Ecuador Peace Agreement - Hemisphere’s last armed territorial dispute finally settled.
Red Book on Endangered Languages
Siamazoni, Groups extinct or in danger of being extinct in the Peruvian Amazon
A Psychedelic Journey into the Heart of Contemporary Shamanism
Aquinda Vs. Texaco
NGOs FECONASAP - Federación de Comunidades Nativas Secoya del Alto Putumayo
FECONAFROPU - Federación de Comunidades Fronterizas del Putumayo
CONFENIAE
Grupo Osanimi Project
Amazon Alliance
IIAP