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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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March 11, 2021

WCS-led study of jaguar and puma feeding habits

Jaguar (Panthera onca) and puma (Puma concolor) are the largest felines in the Americas. They share ...
March 1, 2021

18 tons of coffee produced under agroforestry systems exported with WCS support

In February, the Asociación de Productores de Café Ecológico Regional Larecaja ...
February 22, 2021

WCS receives award for implementation of innovative project on best practices in mining operations

During the final virtual evaluation workshop of the Tropical Andes Hotspot Program (2015-2020), whic...
December 14, 2020

The regional gold mining project in the Tropical Andes Hotspot in Bolivia, Colombia, Peru and Ecuador comes to an end

The project "Building a Regional Strategy to Incorporate Environmental and Social Safeguards into Mi...

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