Projects

Convive Perú

Convive Perú is an initiative that aims to study and mitigate human-carnivore conflicts in the Tambopata National Reserve, in the Peruvian Amazonia.

Changing Wildlife Tourism in Peru

Observations of irresponsible wildlife tourism in Perú and its borders are gathered with the help of citizen scientists who use the iNaturalist platform. These include activities like disturbing wildlife, and captive wildlife handling and feeding.

Camera Trapping Peru

Camera Trapping Perú is a platform that gathers camera trap footage from different sources, with authorization, and shares the beauty of Peruvian wildlife caught on remote cameras with the public. 

Introduced Fauna in Lima and Callao

Observations of introduced fauna in Lima and Callao are gathered with the help of citizen scientists who use the iNaturalist platform. They will help monitor the status and spread of the high diversity of foreign species in the Peruvian capital.

Melanism in Lima's Vermilion Flycatchers

The population of vermilion flycatchers in Lima, Peru (Pyrocephalus rubinus obscurus) has an extremely high rate of melanism. With the help of citizen scientists we'll be able to study their melanism rates and the spatial distribution of the mutation.

Past Projects