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Nelson “Beto” González

Beto is a highly respected local resident in the Mache-Chindul Reserve that started working with FCAT in 2014. He has co-authored one paper related to diversity of nocturnal birds, such as owls, in forest fragments and was also awarded for the ‘best student paper’ for this work at the IV meeting of the Ecuadorian Ornithological […]

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Jorge Olivo

Jorge is a highly respected local resident in the Mache-Chindul Reserve and a core member of FCAT since 2003. Jorge is passionate about field biology and community conservation, with a broad expertise that includes radio-tracking, camera trapping, and avian observation. His research focuses on the endangered Long-wattled Umbrellabird and the frugivory and dispersal of palm […]

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Luis Carrasco

Luis is a founding member of the Fundación para la Conservación de los Andes Tropicales (FCAT). He is completing a Master’s Program in Biodiversity and Climate Change at the Universidad Tecnológica Indoamérica. Luis has almost two decades of experience working on research projects with national and international organizations on the conservation of flora and fauna […]

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Connecting a Vertical Community for Conservation

Many of Rainforest Trust’s projects connect isolated habitat patches to reunite fragmented ecosystems. This connectivity promotes both wildlife population sustainability and landscape-scale conservation. But many projects also unite people from different communities, fostering cooperation and supporting conservation in cities, towns and villages near protected areas. In Nepal, that process of connecting ecosystems and people couldn’t […]