Research Center of
Biodiversity & Sustainability
We are a non-profit association, promoting scientific research in Peru on biodiversity issues.
Promote quality scientific research on Biodiversity issues.
“To be a research center with local and international recognition on issues of diversity and sustainable development”
We develop reseach and conservation projects
The pampas cat or desert cat (Leopardus colocola) is a small feline little studied despite its wide range of distribution in South America, which goes from the north of Ecuador to the south of Argentina.
Today, more than a third of the world’s forest cover has been lost due to deforestation and land use change, leaving only 7.5% of the world’s protected areas connected.
Meet the Pacific
The Northwest Biosphere Reserve has recently expanded its boundaries. As such, it was created in 1977 encompassing what is currently the Cerros de Amotape National Park, the Tumbes National Reserve and the El Angolo Hunting Reserve.
This project seeks to determine the species richness of mammals both in the Cordillera Negra and Blanca. In a broadly scale we can classify mammals into two groups, medium-large and small.
ROADKILL IN PERU
Wildlife roadkils are little studied in our country, and are added to others threats caused by humans, such as deforestation and fragmentation of forests, climate change, hunting and the presence of exotic species.
It is an initiative that was born with the purpose of generating an ultrasound library of bats in Peru. Inventories have been developed for more than a year in various departments of Peru, such as Lima, Iquitos, Tacna and Cajamarca.