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THE OBSERVATORY OF ATLANTIC RAINFOREST BIRDS

With 91.5% deforestation in a biome on the brink of collapse, the constant monitoring and research of the conservation status of the Atlantic Rainforest birds are essential. The situation is changing rapidly and there are many gaps in our knowledge about the health of the species. For this reason it is essential to take action and put in place a structure to quickly identify species that are undergoing a very sharp decline and in danger of imminent extinction if no action is taken.

THE OBSERVATORY OF ATLANTIC RAINFOREST BIRDS

With 91.5% deforestation in a biome on the brink of collapse, the constant monitoring and research of the conservation status of the Atlantic Rainforest birds are essential. The situation is changing rapidly and there are many gaps in our knowledge about the health of the species. For this reason it is essential to take action and put in place a structure to quickly identify species that are undergoing a very sharp decline and in danger of imminent extinction if no action is taken.

We work in partnership with the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation – ICMBio and we bring together individuals and institutions to build knowledge. We further actively monitor information sources such as eBird and Wikiaves, and when necessary we sponsor research to raise data. All these efforts have the following objectives:

  • Identify trends and possible cases of population decline;
  • Identify the correct status of the species;
  • Get protection for these species through legislation;
  • Identify gaps in the conservation of species so that those who are in urgent need of help can receive it.

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12450 Cataratas Road
Foz do Iguaçu – PR – Brazil
Postal Code: 85855-750
Phone +55 45 3529-8282

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12450 Cataratas Road
Foz do Iguaçu – PR – Brazil
Postal Code: 85855-750
Phone +55 45 3529-8282

Developed by  

12450 Cataratas Road
Foz do Iguaçu – PR – Brazil
Postal Code: 85855-750
Phone +55 45 3529-8282

Developed by  

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