Conserving the critically endangered Darwin's fox on Chiloé Island, Chile


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Ref: 11-013

Status: Completed_noFR

Round:
10
Funding Scheme:
Main Project
Project Leader:
Lead Organisation:
Project Partners:
IoZ - Institute of Zoology, Bosque Modelo Chiloe, Communidad Ahuenco
Start Date:
01-05-02
End Date:
30-04-05
Funding:
£158,006.00
Regions:
South America
Countries:
Chile
Project Summary:
To assist Chile with the conservation of its biological diversity with the initial focus on conservation of one critically endangered species, the Darwin’s Fox
Project Outputs:
1. Determination of Darwin’s fox abundance and distribution and assessment of conservation threats by feral dogs 2. Establishment of a high quality long-term mammal monitoring program using ecological and epidemiological methodology, and non-invasive population genetic techniques that will be applicable to biodiversity monitoring on Chiloé Island and across Chile. 3. Establishment of a university teaching programme in conservation science through which candidates for further training can be identified, and through which increased national awareness of conservation issues can be raised. 4. Raising awareness of conservation managers and owners of domestic animals for conservation threats by domestic animals 5. Constituency in support of Darwin’s fox conservation developed on Chile and Internationally 6. Field and laboratory facilities established and equipped where necessary


Documents:
Title: 11-013 application - edited
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Title: 11-013 AR1R
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Title: 11-013 AR2R
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Title: 11-013 AR1 - edited
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Title: 11-013 AR2 - edited
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