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Wildlife research in Belize Research & conservation of Belizean mammals

The Panthera-Belize Jaguar program partners with the Environmental Research Institute at the University of Belize to conduct ecological research and applied conservation of the cats of Belize, their prey and key habitats. The research is providing new information on species natural history (ecology, behaviour), human-wildlife conflict, and is addressing key conservation questions about species persistence in an increasingly human-influenced landscape.


Use the navigation bar above to find out about our projects (click on Research) and the people involved (click on About). You can read a bibliography of published work (click on Publications). We are always open to new collaborations, as well as taking on enthusiastic research & field assistants, students and volunteers (click on Opportunities). We are part of a larger network of academics, conservationists and NGOs working on mammal ecology and conservation throughout Central America (click on Links).

Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, Belize

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