A gift to Kaminando is a powerful investment to maintain forest connectivity and prevent the disappearance of the iconic jaguar!

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In these uncertain times, Kaminando’s vision of connecting land, wildlife and people for a harmonious coexistence is more important than ever.

Forests and wildlife are essential to our health and wellbeing. Let’s build community and support jaguar conservation during the pandemic!

Destined for the purchase of field supplies for our local assistants’ work: GPS, notebooks, flashlights, backpacks, rubber boots, hammocks, batteries, SD cards.
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As a science-based conservation NGO, we employ six local field assistants who work tirelessly to gather data on the jaguar population. Funding conservation during the COVID-19 pandemic is one way to help our assistants and their families in this difficult time.
Field assistants from the communities work tirelessly to help us gothering the information

Remote photography is widely used in the sampling of wildlife populations, especially for cryptic or elusive species like the jaguar. We plan to deploy over 60 camera traps throughout over 1000Km2 of tropical forest. Your donation will help us continue to uncover the ecology of the jaguar in the Nargana Indigenous land.

Remote photography is widely used in the sampling of wildlife population of cryptic species like the jaguar. To accomplish this goal -in over 300Km2 of tropical forest- we use more than 50 camera traps that allow us, through photographic records, understand the ecology of the jaguar, other felines, and their prey. Your donation towards the purchase of this materials would give us a chance to continue with this fundamental research.
Inspiring students to become leaders in conservation takes hands-on learning and exposure to science-in-action. Our education program, “Guardians of the Jaguar” seeks to foster stewardship of the forest and the jaguar. Your donation will help make a significant environmental impact.
If we are about to inspiring communities to be leaders in forest conservation, we must provide to schools hands-on-learning and exposure to science in action. Through our educational program we seek to foster stewardship of the tropical forest and the jaguar. Your donation to “Guardians of the jaguar” will contribute to make a significant environmental impact.