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Ganado, the other sizable towns, employment was greater and teachers and community leaders favored Scarlet Macaw conservation, relating it to tourism. This information was transmitted to children and townspeople. However, fewer macaws nested in these areas and only four known poachers lived in these two towns. In 1994, the declining macaw population interested and worried the two owners of CPL, who wanted to increase the number of Scarlet Macaws in their resort. In mid1994, CPL and the Universidad Nacional signed an agreement to collaborate on Scarlet Macaw conservation. The Universidad Nacional agreed to organize regional meetings to develop a strategy to conserve the Scarlet


Macaw population. The rest of this paper explains the first two regional meetings carried out and the preliminar results, finalizing with lessons learned which can be applied to other conservation efforts involving endangered species and local human communities. Christopher Vaughan 1,2,3 1 Dept. of Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706; cvaughan@wisc.edu 2 International Institute in Wildlife Conservation and Management, Universidad Nacional, Heredia, Costa Rica 3 Associated Colleges of the Midwest, San Jose, Costa Rica; cvaughan@acm.edu Received 31I2012 Corrected 14III2012 Accepted 10IV2012


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