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Saving the symbol of the Andes

A range wide conservation priority  setting excercise for the andean condor (Vultur gryphus)


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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September 27, 2020

Delivery of biosafety equipment and supplies to the indigenous peoples of the northern Amazon region in La Paz (Bolivia), to combat the COVID-19 disease

WCS collaborated with the Confederation of Indigenous People of Bolivia (CIDOB) and the Organization...
September 5, 2020

A New Book Dedicated to the Andean Condor is Published

· Researchers identify 21 priority Andean condor conservation units identified, seven o...
May 7, 2020

WCS collaborates in the registry of the birds of the Teoponte coffee plantations

An observation, with photographic evidence, of the palkachupa (Phibalura boliviana) in the coffee pl...
March 19, 2020

Third Gold Symposium in Bolivia

This 5th and 6th March, the Third Gold Symposium took place and was organized by the Inter-Inst...

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