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Proyecto Ibera last newsletter

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 02:05 AM

The last newsletter of the CLT project in the Ibera wetlands.

 

http://www.proyectoi.../boletin_24.pdf



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Posted 16 June 2015 - 11:09 PM

June 2015 Ibera's Project newsletter is now available:

http://www.proyectoi.../boletin_25.pdf



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Posted 08 September 2015 - 04:53 PM

September 2015 Ibera's Project newsletter is now available:

http://proyectoibera.../boletin_26.pdf

 

Few news about the current projects of restoration of the Ibera wetlands inf Argentina: reintroduction of collared peccaries, of red and blue macaws, the jaguars breeding station, reintroduction of giant ant-eaters and much more!


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Posted 10 October 2015 - 09:38 PM

Here is an the first English newsletter focusing on rewinding in the Ibera wetlands:

http://www.proyectoi...ilding_en_1.pdf


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Posted 11 December 2015 - 03:18 PM

This is the last newsletter of the Ibera reintroduction of extinct species project.

http://proyectoibera.../boletin_27.pdf

 

Further news about the collared peccaries reintroduction project, macaws and pampa deers reintroduction projects.

The foundation is still looking for other jaguars to start with the breeding program. Further groups of pampa deers and peccaries were reintroduced to set further populations. 

 

Unfortunately, the foundation and filantropist Douglas Tompkins passed away this week after an accident while he was kayaking in Patagonia.

I hope the Foundation Conservation Land Trust will continue this amazing work and finish the project of restorations of species in the Ibera and further lands they want to restore and donate to the Chilean and Argentinean nations to protect them as National Parks.


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Posted 11 December 2015 - 09:53 PM

I read about his death in the papers and read some of the obituaries very sad that he should have died as a result of such a seemingly minor accident.

 

The North Face founder Douglas Tompkins dies in Chile kayak accident

 

The North Face founder Douglas Tompkins dies in Chile kayak accident

 

I hope as you say that the work will continue just by coincidence there happened to be an article in the latest BirdLife magazine about the reintroduction of the red & green (or green-winged) macaws.

 

The return of a giant: Green-winged Macaw back in Argentina

 

 

 

 


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Posted 18 March 2016 - 03:22 PM

This is the last Ibera Project newsletter from March 2016:

http://proyectoibera.../boletin_28.pdf

 

The newsletter highlights: 

- New translocation project of pampa deers in Rincon del Socorro Private Reserve,

- another collared peccary group to be released in Rincon del Soccoro,

- the preparation of a second group of blue and red macaw reintroduction in the North of the Ibera region,

- a male jaguar arrives at the San Alonso Breeding center!!!

 

 

Here is the rewinding project concept that is currently led at Ibera:

http://proyectoibera...rewilding_2.pdf







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