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FEATURE


increases. Their reproduction cycle is fairly lengthy and includes: “nest searching (September/October), egg laying and incubation (December- February), chick rearing and fledging (January-June).” During this time the chicks are very vulnerable to poaching. Latin America’s first M.S. wildlife


management and conservation training program has been offered since 1985 at the International Institute for Wildlife Conservation and Management (ICOMVIS). In addition to the training programme, two other major objectives for ICOMVIS have included:


A) Developing ‘model’ wildlife management/conservation projects.


B) Conducting wildlife outreach through information and technology transfer.


Over 250 graduates have observed wildlife management in action and many have returned to their home countries to develop similar ‘model’ wildlife projects and outreach. Biologist Chris Vaughan and his team


currently have four artificial nest boxes set up around Hotel and Club Punta Leona where they are monitored and protected. IDEA WILD provided a video camera for each nesting box of Scarlet macaws and


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