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Identidad Madidi

We are proud to share the 2015 Identidad Madidi Scientific Report, which synthesizes outstanding results from biodiversity surveys and scientific findings from six study sites in Madidi National Park.

We hope these contributions will strengthen the conservation efforts of Madidi National Park, the world's most biologically diverse protected area, as well as the country's scientific development on biodiversity issues.

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December 19, 2017

WCS is given recognition by Authorities of the Ancient Kallawaya Culture

During the first meeting of the Kallawaya traditional authorities, held on 16th November, the Charaz...
December 12, 2017

WCS supports development of national curriculum for park guards

Between October 25th and 27th, 2017, in Cochabamba, Bolivia, a workshop was held to develop the Trai...
December 4, 2017

WCS scientific contributions in the I Bolivian Congress of Ichthyology

Bolivia occupies the eleventh place in the world for freshwater fish species diversity (approximatel...
November 20, 2017

Discovering freshwater stingrays in Bolivia

Freshwater stingrays are a fish family related to marine stingrays and sharks. The tectonic movement...

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