Term Archive: South America

Highlighted Story: Blue-billed Curassows

January 25, 2017

Working to Save the World's Most Endangered Cracid

CPSG Mexico designed and facilitated a workshop to develop a National Conservation Action Plan for the blue-billed curassow in Colombia.

Species, Workshops birds, cracids, critically endangered, Colombia, South America
© Paul Calle

Highlighted Story: Conservation Medicine in the Galápagos

November 10, 2016

Contributing to Conservation Medicine in the Galápagos

Diseases are increasingly recognized as significant threats to the survival of wildlife populations worldwide, particularly for species with small, island-endemic populations.

Species, Workshops Ecuador, Galapagos, South America, disease, wildlife health

Highlighted Story: Brown Howler Monkey

September 29, 2014

Analyzing Outbreaks in Brown Howler Populations

CBSG was invited to facilitate and create population models for the Brown Howler Monkey Conservation Workshop, where participants explored the dynamics of yellow fever outbreaks and their impact on howler mortality.

Species, Workshops primate, primates, monkey, brown howler monkey, Argentina, South America