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Brazil: News

Conservation projects news from the World Land Trust. These posts relate to WLT projects in Brazil.

  • 30 June 2008
    Here at Wildlife Focus we are constantly striving to find interesting and exciting material from the reserves of the World Land Trust’s partner organisations to inspire peopl...
  • 07 April 2008
    A round-up of last year's activities by World Land Trust (in the UK and USA) in our conservation project areas around the world. Brazil Partner organisation: REGUA Land Pu...
  • 10 March 2008
    In the latest newsletter from REGUA, WLT's partner organisation in Brazil, Nicholas Locke writes: "REGUA now employs 7 rangers covering close to 7 000 hectares. This in...
  • 14 December 2007
    We recently received this letter from Christine Steiner, who is working on a Red-billed Curassow project at REGUA, Brazil: "Yesterday we saw two males and we heard both emi...
  • 02 November 2007
    Male Red-billed Curassow. Photo © Christine Steiner. A previous report from REGUA, told of REGUA's re-introduction project of Red-billed Curassows (Crax blumenbach...
  • 14 September 2007
    The top photo shows the area before the creation of the wetland; the bottom one shows the completed wetland area. Nocholas Locke of REGUA, World Land Trust partners in Brazi...
  • 04 September 2007
    Muriqui photographed on REGUA's Red Trail in April 2007. Photograph by Neil Burchett. Sightings of the critically endangered Woolly Spider Monkey, Brachyteles arachnoids,...
  • 02 July 2007
    The View from REGUA lodge. Annaliese Martindale was the lucky winner of the Brazil Holiday Promotion competition back in September last year. She, and her fellow traveller, C...
  • 30 April 2007
    Currasaws being fitted with radio collars prior to release. Click on the images to see larger versions. New land purchase expands REGUA reserve IUCN Netherlands has rece...
  • 21 January 2007
    Summary The World Land Trust is now supporting three projects in the Atlantic forest of Brazil – one of the most endangered ecosystems in the world – working with REGU...
  • 23 March 2006
    Three-toed Sloth in the Guapi Assu Reserve in the Atlantic rainforest, Brazil. Patrolling 13,500 acres of Atlantic Rainforest; planting thousands of new trees; re-creating we...
  • 16 February 2003
    Photograph © Dr Nigel Simpson – the image has been enhanced to show more detail Maned Wolf Chrysocyon brachyurus sighted The World Land Trust has posted an unusua...

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