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When It’s Macaws Breeding Season, Researchers Get To Action

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 1, 2013 12:00:00 AM / by Phil Torres posted in macaws, amazon wildlife

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By studying these populations, their breeding, and their genetics, researchers can arm themselves with the knowledge necessary to keep populations from going extinct. The information gathered here in non-threatenedTambopata- for example, successful artificial nest designs-  can be used in areas where macaws are endangered, like Costa Rica and Mexico.

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Frog Weather

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 20, 2013 7:00:00 PM / by Phil Torres posted in tree frog, amazon wildlife

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In One Afternoon, All Of This Amazon Rainforest Wildlife

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 13, 2005 4:00:00 PM / by Phil Torres posted in amazon wildlife

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I've been working in theTambopata rainforest for almost a year now and I'm still continually impressed by the quantity of wildlife you can see over the course of several hours. Yesterday a bunch of tourists and I left Refugio Amazonas, took a 4.5 hour canoe ride upriver, and ended up in the Tambopata Research Center.

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Three Great Reasons To Visit Tambopata: Jaguar

[fa icon="calendar'] May 13, 2005 5:09:00 PM / by Phil Torres posted in Tambopata wildlife, amazon wildlife, jaguar

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Just this week we saw a record THREE jaguars on one boat ride on the Tambopata!  

During a photo tour we saw these awesome jaguars, part of the amazon rainforest wildlife.  To not disappoint, the next day a big group of travelers saw two along the shore. This is a record for the area, while two have been seen on one trip more often, three have only been seen once before years ago. Check out the images below:

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Welcome to Tapir Eden

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 13, 2002 4:00:00 PM / by Phil Torres posted in amazon wildlife

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A group of scientists recently came together with park rangers and native communities to solve a difficult question: 


How many tapirs are there in the Greater Madidi-Tambopata Landscape of northwest Bolivia and southeastern Tambopata Peru? 

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