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May 25, 2024
Continuation of the study on the ecology of the jaguar at Kabalebo Nature Resort; now supported by Stout Groep

We started working in the area of Kabalebo Nature Resort in 2021 with the financial support of IUCN Netherlands. This project ended in December 2022. From 2023 onward the project is continued with the financial support from the Stout Groep. This is a Dutch company supporting local governments in the Netherlands with solutions for sustainable […]

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June 27, 2021
NeoWild signed agreement with IUCN Netherlands to study jaguar population at Kabalebo

On February 5th, 2021, NeoWild signed an agreement with IUCN Netherlands to study the population characteristics of the jaguar population at the Kabalebo Nature Resort area. This area is nearly pristine, apart from a few ecotourists visiting the site every year. However, the area has an extensive trail system, making it a unique area for […]

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June 1, 2021
Beschermings- en monitoringsproject voor jaguars ondertekend bij WWF-Guianas

WWF-Guianas, Anton de Kom Universiteit, Amazon Conservation Team Suriname en Institute for Neotropical Wildlife and Environmental Studies (NeoWild) hebben een samenwerkingsovereenkomst getekend voor het jaguar beschermings- en monitoringsproject. De partijen gaan gezamenlijk het leefgebied van jaguars in delen van Suriname in kaart brengen. Dat moet informatie opleveren om het grootste roofdier van Zuid-Amerika beter te […]

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Jaguar (Panthera onca)


Main threats: Habitat loss, Poaching

Jaguars play an important role in the ecosystem and in traditional cultures of the neotropics. Due to their predatory nature, they have always come into conflict with humans but are now hunted illegally for their parts in the pseudomedicinal trade. The continuing habitat loss due to human expansion is detrimental to their numbers.

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NeoWild tackles the broader issue of poaching and habitat loss through community outreach, awareness campaigns and incorporation of new processes for conservation.

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