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Keyword(s): "Puma concolor"

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Proposed Methodology for Design and Validation of a Biological Corridor in Costa Rica’s Golfo Dulce Forest Reserve

The biological corridors within Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula are essential for the passage of the felines Pantera onca and Puma concolor and their prey. Today, the populations of fauna within the peninsula are endangered as a consequence of forest fra...

Farms with Felines, Costa Rica

The Jaguar Conservation Program, led by the National University of Costa Rica’s International Institute for Wildlife Conservation and Management, gathers information on livestock predation by felines. Predation is a concern for farmers who insist th...

Community Engagement and Training Parabiologists to Protect Globally Threatened Species in Southern Sangay National Park, Ecuador

Most protected areas are too small or under-staffed to protect viable populations of far-ranging animals. Wildlife such as bears and big cats often travel outside of such parks and into private lands bordering the parks, where they encounter people a...

Aros and Yaqui Rivers Habitat Conservation, Mexico

The Northern Jaguar Project (NJP) seeks to revitalize the world’s northernmost breeding jaguar (Panthera onca) population by maintaining a protected core reserve in Sonora, Mexico, while simultaneously engaging the local community in conservation eff...

Fire Prevention, Community Management, Education and Tourism in Payne’s Creek National Park, Belize

The Toledo Institute for Development and Environment (TIDE) is implementing a fire management and prevention program in Paynes Creek National Park, located in southern Belize’s Toledo district. The park’s rare pine savannah ecosystem is being degrad...

Conservation Program for Felids and their Prey, Costa Rica

The conservation and management program for felids and their prey began in 1994 as a jaguar (Panthera onca) research project of Costa Rica’s International Institute for Wildlife Management (ICOMVIS) at the National University (UNA). After conducting ...

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