Published 10 May 2013
Our time-tested, hands-on, science-based approach to conservation has both a unique and valuable role for conservation in the Neotropics. A significant investment now in the Neotropics will strongly influence conservation actions and raptor research for decades, if not longer. With forests rapidly diminishing, our return for investment will likely never be as great in Latin America as during the next 10 years.
This program aims to conserve raptor species in jeopardy; improve knowledge of raptor species with emphasis on those for which too little is known to determine their conservation status; answer important conservation questions using raptors’ ecological needs as a measure for conservation of biodiversity; reduce human persecution and other behaviors that have a negative impact on species, using raptors as a flagship for conservation; conserve important tracts of land; provide leadership, and develop local capacity for raptor conservation and research in Latin America.
|• 2011 Summary||10 May 2013|
|• Neotropical Raptor Conservation Program||12 June 2008|
|• Neotropical Raptor Conservation Program-2006 Report||11 May 2007|
|• Neotropical Raptor Conservation Program--2005 Report||3 May 2006|
|• Neotropical Raptor Conservation Program--2004 Report||31 May 2005|
|• Neotropical Raptor Conservation Program--2003 Report||26 May 2004|
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