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Identidad Madidi

We are proud to share the scientific report of Identidad Madidi 2015 synthesizing the outstanding results of the biodiversity surveys and the scientific findings on six study sites inside Madidi National Park.

We hope that these new findings will contribute to strengthening the conservation efforts in Madidi National Park, the protected area with the greatest biological diversity in the world, as well as the scientific development of the country in biodiversity issues.

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May 16, 2022

WCS Scientists Provide More than 50K Camera Trap Images for Massive Study on Amazon Wildlife

WCS scientists working in the vast Amazon Basin have contributed more than 57,000 camera trap images...
January 17, 2022

WCS wins first place in the Plurinational Science and Technology Award 2021

The Plurinational Science and Technology Award is promoted by the Bolivian Ministry of Education. Ev...
December 20, 2021

2021 census registers 13,692 vicuñas in the Apolobamba protected area

The 2021 vicuña census, conducted in the Apolobamba National Integrated Management Natural Area (ANM...
December 9, 2021

Workshop for environmental monitoring in protected areas and indigenous territories

Between December 1st and 3rd of this year, the "Environmental Monitoring Workshop" was hel...

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