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  • The San Juan-La Selva Biological Corridor | GreenNoise – Spreading the Voice of Nature
    Almendro tree Dipteryx panamensis The CBSS was consolidated in 2001 forming a partnership between non governmental organizations local associations municipalities and SINAC MINAE coordinated since then by the CCT In the Corridors Local Council there are about twenty local national and international organizations involved who bring their experiences and their views on the importance of this biological corridor The main lines of work of the Local Council are focused on restoring the ecological connectivity between the protected areas of southeastern Nicaragua and the lower basin of the Rio San Juan with the system of protected areas of the Arenal Huetar Norte and Cordillera Volcánica Central Conservation Areas in Costa Rica as well as the consolidation of the Maquenque National Wildlife Refuge core area of the Biological Corridor and the implementation of research conservation and education activities to contribute to socio economic development of the communities located within the corridor This area has been identified as important for its biodiversity the composition of its wildlife and to be essential for the connectivity of species at the local and regional level It also coincides geographically with the dispersal corridor least cost path for the jaguar identified by PANTHERA which is located between

    Original URL path: http://greennoise.cr/2013/11/26/the-san-juan-la-selva-biological-corridor/ (2014-05-02)
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  • Panthera Costa Rica | GreenNoise – Spreading the Voice of Nature
    Path of the Jaguar September 3 2013 by Panthera Costa Rica What is a Biological Corridor August 15 2013 by Panthera Costa Rica Jaguars in Tortuguero National Park July 29 2013 by Panthera Costa Rica New strides in wild cat conservation in Panama July 9 2013 by Panthera Costa Rica Assessing genetic diversity of wild cats in Costa Rica June 30 2013 by Panthera Costa Rica Coexistence between big cats

    Original URL path: http://greennoise.cr/author/panthera/ (2014-05-02)
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  • Jaguar Rodeo | GreenNoise – Spreading the Voice of Nature
    31 2013 by Panthera Costa Rica We share with you this spot from the Laboratorio Audiovisual de Documentalismo Investigativo LAUDI of the University of Costa Rica School of Biology for Panthera Mesoamerica about the protection of jaguars in livestock farms http www youtube com watch v MM91S52CsXs Category GNJaguar 0 Comment s SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTER email Categories GN 80 GN Sessions 231 GNJaguar 81 GNTiburon 1 GNTortuga 15 News

    Original URL path: http://greennoise.cr/2013/10/31/jaguar-rodeo/ (2014-05-02)
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  • The survival of large wildcats in fragmented landscapes | GreenNoise – Spreading the Voice of Nature
    recorded It is in these territories that the animals search for mates prey and space to teach their young to hunt and become independent enough to search for new territories of their own Deforestation and changes in the use of land have created fragmented landscapes withing the territories of these wildcats in which one can find grass fields for cattle farms forest plantations or fields of oil palms sugar cane rice pineapple and other crops It is important to mention that inside of these areas there are patches of secondary forests that are interconnected with riparian woodlands belonging to rivers and streams Furthermore the presence of humans in these landscapes has created pressure on the populations of the animals that big cats hunt for prey like peccaries white tailed deer and pacas in particular All of these things have resulted in nationwide instances of large wildcats entering farms or rural communities and feed on the domestic animals they find there This in turn has create another large threat to big cats being killed by humans for the damage caused to their livestock and pets There is an on going nation conservation strategy from various organizations to minimize this impact and

    Original URL path: http://greennoise.cr/2013/10/31/the-survival-of-large-wildcats-in-fragmented-landscapes/ (2014-05-02)
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  • Centro Rescate Las Pumas | GreenNoise – Spreading the Voice of Nature
    a second chance August 5 2013 by Centro Rescate Las Pumas Curubanda Avoiding an extintion July 10 2013 by Centro Rescate Las Pumas The Engineer June 30 2013 by Centro Rescate Las Pumas Have you seen an ocelot marking his territory June 21 2013 by Centro Rescate Las Pumas Like a natural habitat June 20 2013 by Centro Rescate Las Pumas The impact of human infrastructure on wildlife a real

    Original URL path: http://greennoise.cr/author/laspumas/ (2014-05-02)
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  • The Barbilla-Destierro Biological Subcorridor / Path of the Jaguar | GreenNoise – Spreading the Voice of Nature
    life of the people living in the area so that they may have a benefit of nature Our flagship species is the jaguar but in this area we also have many other species of flora and fauna Rivers are very important in the SBBD because they are used for drinking agriculture tourism white water rafting in the Pacuare for hydroelectric power in the Reventazón and to enjoy their natural beauty as with the Barbilla and Destierro rivers that are part of our name The SBBD is part of a larger corridor called Volcánica Central Talamanca Biological Corridor CBVCT Did you know that in Costa Rica there are 37 biological corridors to connect protected areas of the country The CBVCT is one of the oldest ones with more than 8 years of existence The SBBD is formed by community leaders school teachers NGOs government organizations universities and private companies Currently the SBBD active members are Panthera coordinator of the Local Council the local Schools from Los Angeles Bajo del Tigre Santa Marta and Barra Pacuare ACLAC SINAC Barbilla National Park the Community of Bataan ASADA of La Alegía Pastoral Social Diócesis de Limón Aventuras Naturales Pacuare Lodge Karina Valverde independent Rural

    Original URL path: http://greennoise.cr/2013/09/03/the-barbilla-destierro-biological-subcorridor-path-of-the-jaguar/ (2014-05-02)
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  • GNTortuga | GreenNoise – Spreading the Voice of Nature
    81 GN 80 News 18 Press Coverage 17 GNTortuga 15 GNTiburon 1 Tags Animals 98 Water 75 GNMural 56 Forests 50 GNJaguar 46 Landscapes 42 Skies 34 Textures 21 Beaches 19 Flora 15 View by All GNTortuga News GNTortuga GNTurtle

    Original URL path: http://greennoise.cr/tag/gntortuga/ (2014-05-02)
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  • GNTortuga (GNTurtle) – Coming Soon… | GreenNoise – Spreading the Voice of Nature
    10 2013 by GreenNoise GNTortuga GNTurtle coming soon Sequel to the series of guides on endangered animals GNTortuga teaches you about the 4 species of sea turtles common in Costa Rica This module is complemented by a consumer guide We believe that the food habit is one of the biggest factors in the extinction of these species Category GNTortuga News Tags GNTortuga 0 Comment s SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTER email

    Original URL path: http://greennoise.cr/2013/09/10/gntortuga-gnturtle-coming-soon/ (2014-05-02)
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