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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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  • This fantastic project yields the first results on the water quality in Bulaba and Escobal rivers, in the upper part of Santa Maria river inside the Santa Fe national park. The results indicate that during the dry and rainy seassons of the sampling period (2014),  the water quality of both rivers was very good, providing […]

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  • Thanks to economic support from Fundacion Natura de Panama, and collaboration of Panama Verde and Amiparque, we have re-taken the sampling of aquatic insects in Santa Fe National Park. We hope to accomplish the corresponding samples in coming weeks and start analysing data to work on the final report. Thanks to those that have follow […]

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  • A list of species (mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians) is now available. This is first list of species observed during our dry field season 2014 in our Isleta camp in the Santa Fe National Park. We hope this list will grow as long as our rainy field season progresses. You can download our species list here: Species […]

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  • Good things come to an end…On the 29 of April all the traps in our Santa Fe National Park plots were dismantled to put an end to our dry season sampling study as part of our project with the Natural History Museum in London. The same happened in our Cerro Hoya National Park plots on […]

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  • Now our Isleta field site in the Santa Fe National Park is part of the “Frog acoustic universe” study. This is a collaboration with Dr. Rachel Page at Smithsonian Tropical Research Institution in which our project manager Dr. Eric Flores is working with as a postdoc. This study now includes sites around Gamboa Research Station […]

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  • We are pleased to announce that two of our field assistants Vayron De Gracia and Bernardo Peña, both panamanian biologists from the University of Panama in Veraguas, started on the 15 of April 2014 the first sampling of aquatic insects in Bulaba and Escobal rivers inside the Santa Fe National Park. This study will provide […]

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  • Vicente´s Poison frog vocalisation recorded in Santa Fe High in the tree tops of our Isleta field site in Santa Fe, we heard the amazing vocalization of Oophaga vicentei and for the first time there record it on the 12 of April 2014. This species first described in 1996, is endemic to Panama and under […]

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  • On December 2013, PWC contacted Tim and ask for help. We have an initial project to screen print 500 T-shirts bearing the image of Darien, the panamanian jaguar. We plan to sell these t-shirts online and use all the proceeds to fund our jaguar conservation project. Tim, kindly agreed to help us and he designed […]

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  • Sadly, the expedition organised by Panama Wildlife Conservation (PWC) has come to and end. After three weeks working hard deep in the jungles of Santa Fe and Cerro Hoya national, the team from the Natural History Museum and Panama Wildlife Conservation managed to set 4 and 3 research plots to study the biodiversity of these […]

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