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This is a brief description of the Jaguar Conservation Program at the National University of Costa Rica.

This is a brief description of the Jaguar Conservation Program at the National University of Costa Rica.

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  • 1. Jaguar ConservationProgram at the Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica.
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    We are a group of scientists and students that are concern with the jaguar’s conservation in the Neotropics
  • 3. We have been working doing research about jaguars and its preys for the last 20 years in Costa Rica
  • 4. We have been working doing research about jaguars and its preys for the last 20 years in Costa Rica
  • 5. We have been working doing research about jaguars and its preys for the last 20 years in Costa Rica
  • 6. Our main objective is to generate information about the jaguars and its preys to take the better management decisions and help to conserve the biodiversity in the Neotropical areas.
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  • 7. Our findings have help to take management decisions in protected areas in Costa Rica
  • 8. We have published lots of scientific papers and popular articles about jaguars and peccaries in international journals
  • 9. Since 2003, we are working using camera traps to estimate jaguar populations in Corcovado National Park
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  • 10. This methodology is based in that every jaguar has a unique spotted pattern, which allows us to identify individually any animal.
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  • 11. Of course, we are also taking pictures of every animals in the tropical forest of Corcovado
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  • 12. Other of our projects is address to work with cattle ranchers to avoid conflicts between jaguars and cattle.
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  • 13. We are also training park rangers to collect field data during their diary work.
  • 14. Additionally, we are working in other areas in Costa Rica such as:
  • 15. Monteverde Reserve
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    San Ramon biological Reserve
  • 17. Pacuare
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    Guanacaste (tropical dry forest)
  • 19. As always, one of our big limitations is the funds to work
  • 20. We have received contributions from generous people around the World that care about conservation such as: Mr. Ken Kalopsis and Mrs. Nancy Branscombe, (in which behalf we named two jaguars with their children’s names).And Mr. Robert Brookes, all from London, Ontario, Canada.
  • 21. Help us supporting our program !!please contact:Dr. Eduardo Carrillo (ecarrill@una.ac.cr, ecarrilloj@gmail.com).
  • 22. Jaguars will be very gratefulwith your contribution.
    Dr. Eduardo Carrillo (ecarrill@una.ac.cr, ecarrilloj@gmail.com).