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.
Natural History Museum first trip to Santa Fe
Panama wildlife conservation has joined efforts with the Institute for Wild life studies (IWS) in California to conduct a project to understand the distribution and diversity of terrestrial mammals in Coiba National Park. Our study is specifically focusing on the Coiban agouti (Dasyprocta coibae) because this species is important to sustaining the forest of Coiba. […]CONTINUE READING →
A new poster for the Coiba-Carey (hawksbill sea turtle) project is ready. Thanks to a generous donation from MarViva Foundation a new set of printed posters will be ready soon. We are looking forward to the new campaign this February 2016. This project is a joint collaboration among The Ministry of Environment of Panama, ICAPO, NOAA, Eco-Mayto Mexico, […]CONTINUE READING →
Two new Geographic Distribution notes appeared in the recent issue of Herpetological Review 46(3). These notes add new information on distribution of Craugastor bransfordii (Bransford´s Robber frog) and Dipsas temporalis (Temporal Snail-eater). These findings ocurred during a field research campaing in July 2014 in Santa Fe National Park, under the leadership of a PWC scientist and […]CONTINUE READING →