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  • PWCC is proudly supporting events that promote science and conservation in  Panama.  The week-long event of science and maths will be held in the island of Cartí Sugdub where school children will participate and receive prices for their participation.       

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  • 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 […]

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  • Cerro Hoya National Park expedition 2016 Enjoy this video about our most recent expedition in Cerro Hoya, Panama. Our team of scientists worked with members of Natural History Museum of Paris in France to initiate the study of Lepidoptera and Moths in several national parks!.

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  • PWCC and a team of French entomologists will be traveling to Panama on August and September 2016 to study tropical Moths in the Jungles of Panama. Panama Wildlife Conservation is helping scientists around the world to preserve Panamanian Biodiversity. Read more (in spanish) here: http://laestrella.com.pa/vida-de-hoy/planeta/cientificos-franceses-investigaran-mariposas-panamenas/23952525  

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  • 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. […]

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  • Panama Wildlife conservation  most recent visit to the comarca, trying to find new ways to help this impoverished communities to protect their natural resources via eco-truism and land management. This video was made in an area close to Bocas del Toro in the Caribbean side of Panama. The foundation Wakri  helped our team to reach […]

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  • PWC supported community groups in Santa Fe, producing this awarness material about herpetological richness around Guayabito river. Guayabito river, inside Santa Fe National Park, was under threath due to the probable construction of hydropower generation plan, without the adequate environmental impact assessment and community consent.    

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  • Black Oropendola (Psarocolius guatimozinus) Enjoy this short video about the Black Oropendola (Psarocolius guatimozinus) only found in Darien!. it amazing call can be hear from miles inside the jungle.

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  • El Cope National Park expedition 2015 Enjoy this video about the el Cope National Park in Panama. Our team of scientist worked with Dr. Jarred Duquette from the Institute for Wildlife Studies (IWS) in California to initiate or first camera trap project!.

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  • Dr. Jared Duquete and PWC team traveled on 9th of March 2o15 to Coiba National park to  set up nearly 40 camera traps. This is a new research project, aimed to uncover the mammals community at Coiba National Parks in Panama. PWC has joined efforts with the Institute for Wildlife Studies (IWS) of California at the […]

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