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Man putting camera trap on tree.
Setting a camera trap to get wildlife images in Cerro El Ingles, El Cairo, Valle del Cauca.
© Asociación Calidris/Image by Luis Fernando Castillo
Constructing Participatory Conservation Plans for Four Globally Threatened Species in the Paraguas - Munchique Conservation Corridor of the Tropical Andes in Colombia
Grantee Name: 
Asociación para el Estudio y Conservación de las Aves Acuáticas en Colombia
HOTSPOT
Tropical Andes
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$92,490
DATES
Jul 2016
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Jun 2018
Stats
Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Tropical Andes
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$92,490
DATES
Jul 2016
-
Jun 2018

Develop and implement conservation plans for four globally threatened bird species. More specifically, the grant will fund population and ecological studies, design conservation plans with community participation, and raise awareness of the importance of species conservation.

Strategic Direction: 5 Safeguard globally threatened species.