Yanachaga Chimillén National Park (04.01.2017 to 06.30.2017)

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April - June
Communications activities: 

During the months of April, May and June we participated in the celebration of the 7th Anniversary of the Creation of the Oxapampa-Ashaninka-Yanesha Biosphere Reserve. The event was organized by the Municipality of Oxapampa and SERNANP and the Missouri Botanical Garden participated with the theme “Use and Monitoring of Terrestrial Fauna in the Reserve.” Our presentations were focused on the on the methodology of data collection with trap cameras according to TEAM protocols. We presented some images of the animals that had been captured by the trap cameras. These images prompted a lot of interest because many people were not aware of the diversity of animals that exist in Yanachaga-Chemillen National Park. Animals such as Bush dog (Speothos venaticus) and Big anteater or banderon (Myrmecophaga tridactyla), were the most striking.

Unusual Events at the TEAM Site: 


New Species: 


Protocol Activities: 

Vegetation Protocol:
Continued to process the information from the permanent plots and prepared the report of activities for the head of the Yanachaga Chemillen National Park.

Terrestrial Vertebrate Protocol:
The images were processed and sent and have been loaded in the TEAM Portal. We reviewed the operating status of the trap cameras and only 06 maintain complete functions, below is a summary table:

Camera Condition                                   No. of cameras
Full screen visibility + Takes photos:          6
Average screen visibility + Takes photos:   8
No screen visibility + Takes photos:          16
Possibly damaged sensors:                        2                   
                                                    Total:     32

Climate Protocol:

Protocol Problems: 

Vegetation Protocol.

Terrestrial Vertebrate Protocol.

Climate Protocol.

Schedule Problems: 


Logistical Problems: