Symbol of the Eastern Plains. Excellent water purifier and one species of Wildlife Project..
For its scientific and cultural interest, it was declared a primary protected area of Biosphere Reserve.
The spot-tailed nightjar is a nocturnal insectivore. Although its beak appears small, it opens wide to capture insects.
At WCS Colombia we commit to the research, conservation and education to contribute to the protection of ecosystems and their wildlife.
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) seeks a dynamic, well-organized and hard-working Program Officer to join the management team of our Andes-Amazon Region. This position provides an opportunity for an outstanding professional with a relevant academic background (B.A./B.S. or higher) and work experience to join a cohesive, passionate, and committed team to save some of the world’s most spectacular wildlife and wild places on Earth. The position is based in Lima, Peru, and entails close collaboration with colleagues in Bolivia, Brasil, Ecuador, Peru, and the New York headquarters.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to (WCSlatinamerica@wcs.org), Ref.: Program Officer, Andes-Amazon Region.
The emblematic Orinoco Crocodile or Crocodylus intermedius, a critically endangered species, has been given a new opportunity for its conservation.
Twenty Orinoco crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) were reintroduced into their natural environment on Tuesday at El Tuparro Natural National Park, a site that had already received 21 specimens of this critically endangered species back in May 2015.
The Wildlife Conservation Society seeks a Director of Marine Conservation and Fisheries, to be based at WCS headquarters in New York City.
Please apply online at www.wcs.org/about-us/careers and send a cover letter and CV with the subject line “Director, Marine Conservation and Fisheries - [your name]” to email@example.com.
The XII International Congress of Wildlife Management in Amazonia and Latin America, which will take place inQuito, Ecuador, from August 8th to August 12th, 2016 in the campus of Universidad San Francisco de Quito.
This conference is open to all students and professionals involved in the management of wildlife in the region and aims to foster interaction, strengthen links, and exchange knowledge related to the research and conservation of wildlife in the Neotropics.
A talk between the Biodiversa Colombia Foundation (FBC) and the Antioquia Ornithological Society (SAO) in the roundtable discussion "The story with the birds."
The last Medellin Birds Festival of 2015 offered a space where researchers of FBC and SAO shared their experiences and work towards preserving the Blue-billed Curassow (Crax alberti). This constitutes actions that are part of the Vida Silvestre Project (PVS) in the Middle Magdalena.
This was an excellent opportunity to discuss the strategy of the Biodiversa Colombia Foundation, together with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), advancing in the forest swamps of Barbacoas, (Antioquia). There, deforestation and forest fragmentation, among other reasons, have affected this bird to such an extent that she is now in a critical state of threat.
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