18 Oct 2021
The Impact of Local People’s Attitudes and Perceptions of Protected Areas on the Conservation of Jaguar (Panthera onca) In North-Western Argentina
The Impact of Local People’s Attitudes and Perceptions of Protected Areas on the Conservation of Jaguar (Panthera onca) in Midwest and Northeast Argentinian
Availability and Connectivity of Habitat for Jaguar (Panthera onca) between Baritú National Park (Argentina) and Tariquía National Reserve (Bolivia)
These study based on the jaguar (Panthera onca) and its habitat, proposes a large-scale transboundary conservation perspective identifying high-value biodiversity habitats in both intact (Protected areas) and highly modified (adjacent) areas between Argentina and Bolivia.
Will also contribute to preventing and controlling wildlife trade that threatens ecosystems and societies, both locally and globally, through actions integrating recording and identification of seizures (derived from illegal wildlife trade) education, training and dissemination on wildlife species susceptible to illegal trade. Likewise, continue building cross-border alliances for the conservation of jaguar populations and their habitat, under the same criteria and in a coordinated manner.