Panama Wildlife Conservation travels to Manchester University to talk about conservation and develop a sustainable strategy for the protection of Amphibian in Santa Fe, Panama
Discover what’s in a day’s work for a scientist, and see some of the amazing beetles they found.
Our team of scientists will be travelling for the first time to a remote area located at the Cerro Hoya national park. PWC has organized a 2 weeks expedition to help scientist to study the levels of biodiversity in this amazing place.
University of Manchester Collaboration with PWCC Panama Wildlife Conservation Charity PWCC was recently invited by Dr. Andrew Gray form the Manchester Museum. Thanks to the initial efforts made by our friends of the Panama Embassy in UK. Read more about Dr. Gray prjects: https://frogblogmanchester.com Manchester University wants to develop a strategy to protect endangered species […]CONTINUE READING →
PWCC sponsors video for Atelopus project in Panama Panama Wildlife Conservation Charity has produced a new video in support of the Atelopus project in Panama. This project aims to develop a rapid assessment of the Harlequin frog (Atelopus varius) in the Republic of Panama. This frog has been declared as critically endangered both by the […]CONTINUE READING →
We are pleased to announce that Miss Maisy Fuller who just graduated from a Masters degree in Marine Biology from the University of Southampton (UK) will support the sea turtle conservation activities at Isla Cañas Wildlife Refuge in the Republic of Panama. She is passionate about environmental conservation has served as volunteer for Archelon, The […]CONTINUE READING →