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World Land Trust eBulletin November 2010

New and Live: WLT's wildlife webcam in Brazil

The REGUA webcam attracts a wide variety of Atlantic Rainforest species and we are hoping that in coming months more bird species will be seen, including this male Violet-capped Woodnymph © Luciano Breves.

A fascinating glimpse into life in the rainforest, World Land Trust's (WLT) new wildlife webcam streams live footage from REGUA's Guapi Assu reserve. Transporting you to the heart of the habitat WLT helps to protect.

WLT Multimedia Officer Luciano Breves and WLT project partner REGUA set up the new webcam to capture the variety of Atlantic Rainforest wildlife at this reserve. Along with an amazing array of bird species, the webcam is often visited by the Common or White Tufted-ear Marmosets (Callithrix jacchus), so look out for this entertaining species. Luciano also has future plans to develop this webcam and increase the species number by adding a hummingbird feeder.

Luciano is online every Tuesday for a live webchat, so don’t miss the chance to have your questions answered by our webcam expert.

Read more about WLT's new wildlife webcam »

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A new partnership and a new region for WLT

The Caucasus habitat of Armenia is a new region for WLTWLT is pleased to announce a new partnership with Armenian conservation group, Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC). Armenia is situated in the Caucasus region, one of the world’s top biodiversity hotspots, yet its habitat and wildlife suffers through limited resources.

The FPWC raises awareness of the environmental issues affecting the country through filmmaking and educational campaigns. Although we are not currently fundraising towards a project, FPWC have identified future activities which will help protect threatened Caucasus habitat.

Read more about Armenia’s biodiversity and WLT's new partners »

WLT project partner wins international photography competition

Roberto's winning Margay photographCapturing Mexico’s wildlife has seen Roberto Pedraza pick up an array of awards. In October his winning photograph of a Margay kitten, was celebrated at the COP10 global biodiversity conference in Japan, just one of the awards Roberto has received this year.

Winning the competition has given GESG, WLT's Mexican partner a welcome platform to raise awareness of its work and highlight Mexico’s biodiversity.

Read more about Roberto's award wining photographs »

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Research and discovery in Paraguay's overlooked region

New Jaguar research in the Dry ChacoNew research hopes to reduce conflict between jaguars and farmers, by studying relatively healthy populations in the Paraguayan Dry Chaco.

Using genetic techniques to identify individuals, conservationist Anthony Giordano, working with WLT partner Guyra Paraguay, hopes to increase understanding of the population dynamics of this elusive species.

Read more about the latest Jaguar research and view a photo of a new species for Paraguay »

How to Save Rainforest this Christmas

WLT Christmas Card SelectionPurchase some original Christmas Cards this year. The designs on our exclusive Christmas cards have all been donated by artists who are keen to support our work. Don’t miss our new Winter Apples design, by artist Andrew Haslen. Buy your WLT Christmas Cards »

WLT supporter Rachel Piper has designed her own e-cards to support WLT. When you select one of her Christmas-inspired photos you can also choose to make a donation to WLT. Send one of Rachel's photos as an e-card »

Until 30th December 2010 we can still save threatened habitat for just £50 an acre; so buy your acre now or give an acre as a Green Christmas Gift »

Other news and updates

The WLT and BBC Wildlife Magazine Camera Trap Competition winners are revealed in the December issue of BBC Wildlife Magazine on sale this week.

Supporting local conservation initiative in Kenya

Hummingbird male becomes mother

Experience the award winning Atlantic Rainforest Exhibit at Chester Zoo

Winter 2010 issue of WLT News out now


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