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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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The jaguar (Panthera onca) is the largest feline in America and the third largest in the world. Its preferred habitat are areas of forest and tropical savannas, below 2000 meters. Because the abundance of the jaguar is naturally low, knowledge of its biology and ecology is a priority action to ensure its long-term conservation. Since 2001 to date, WCS has carried out research about its distribution, density, eating habits and activity patterns in the Madidi National Park.

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October 30, 2017

The Llanos de Moxos at the International Meeting of Amazonian Archeology

Between October 1st and 7th, the IV International Meeting of Amazonian Archeology was held in Trinid...
October 26, 2017

Special mention to the community biocultural tourism project Pacha Trek 'Walking with the Kallawayas'

The 2017 Sustainable Tourism Award, convened by the Green Fund and the Latin American Landscape Init...
October 23, 2017

Identidad Madidi (Madidi ID) received an award from the Parliamentary Brigade of La Paz, of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly of Bolivia

On October 20th , in commemoration of the founding of the city of La Paz, 469 years ago, the Parliam...
October 20, 2017

Field course Strengthening capacities of facilitators in management of protected areas

As part of the Training Program for Park guards from the National System of Protected Areas, under t...

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