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November 29, 2017

WCS Ecuador works to strengthen the capacities of local communities

WCS Ecuador team visited five Kichwa communities of the Napo River, in the Ecuadorian Amazon, in order to train the inhabitants on issues of wildlife monitoring and hunting.

November 22, 2017

NEW scientific publication about large mammals in Ecuador

A new scientific study about large mammal richness in Llanganates National Park, in Ecuador, has bee...
March 15, 2016

More than 150 charapas turtles were released in the Ecuadorian Amazon

During the first week of March 2016, 158 charapas turtles (Podocnemis unifilis) were released on the Napo River in the Ecuadorian Amazon. 

March 13, 2016

In spite of hunters sabotage, jaguars are tried to be saved

The jaguar (Panthera onca) is the top predator of the food chains of ecosystems where it is distributed and the largest land carnivore in Ecuador, but without genetic evidence that respalde- is believed that live here are two subspecies: Panthera onca centralis and Panthera onca onca, scattered on both sides of the Andes.


Lo que la selva nos enseña

Author(s): Leonor Bravo
Year: 2019

La Voz de la Selva

Author(s): Leonor Bravo
Year: 2019

Delfines de río en Suramérica

Author(s): Trujillo, F., Diazgranados, M.C., Utreras, V., Aliaga-Rossel, E., Rodríguez-Maldonado, M.V.
Year: 2011

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