People and jaguars (Panthera onca) in the Bolivian Amazon: diagnosing the conflict to develop effective outreach strategies


The Human-Jaguar conflict has been researched in several areas throughout the felid’s distribution range, although most frequently with a focus on mitigating depredation on livestock. Here, we present one of the first... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Nuno Negroes (ACEAA- Conservación Amazonica)
  2. Jenny Glikman (San Diego Zoo Global)
  3. Silvio Marchini (University of Sao Paulo)
  4. Marcos Terán (ACEAA- Conservación Amazonica)
  5. Luis Arteaga (ACEAA- Conservación Amazonica)
  6. Gladys Guanacoma (ACEAA- Conservación Amazonica)
  7. Ruth Cayalo (University of Pando)
  8. Luis Dumay (University of Pando)
  9. Kathrin Barboza (ACEAA- Conservación Amazonica)

Topic Areas

Topics: Management of Human-Wildlife Conflicts: Large Carnivores in Europe , Topics: Natural Resource and Conservation Stakeholders: Managing Expectations and Engageme


M-B2 » Wildlife Education (13:15 - Monday, 17th September, Barbarasaal)

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