CamTrap'S ARCHIVE

  • 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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  • 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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  • A new research project, aimed to uncover the mammals community at Coiba and Omar Torrijos (El Cope) National Parks in Panama started on the 5 of March. PWC has joined efforts with the Institute for Wildlife Studies (IWS) of California at the United States, in order to deploy around 100 camera traps. The study is also […]

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  • We really thank our new partners at Tribu Guarumo who kinldy let us use two camera traps in our Jaguar monitoring program in the Santa Fe National Park. We welcome this suppport which really improve our capacity in the field to monitor the elusive Jaguar and its prey in the area. Panama Wildlife Conservation will continue […]

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  • On the 3 of April at 9:43 AM a male Great Curassow (Crax rubra) was captured in video with one Cudde back digital camera trap, near our Isleta camp. This beautiful and ellusive bird is threatened by deforestation and habitat change along Panama but, we witness that it is still present in the amazing jungles […]

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  • We happy to announce that on the 3 of April of 2014, we capture the first image of a male Ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) near one of our Biodiversity initiative sampling plots in Santa Fe. The picture was taken at 4:12 AM with a Cudde back digital camera trap. The Ocelot is a wild cat distributed along America and represents […]

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