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Wildlife Conservation

At Amazon Emotions Jungle Lodge, we invite you to venture deep into our preserve, help us monitor our trap cameras located in different locations along the natural trail that you will walk, and “follow the Jaguar” on his path.

How exactly does this work?

As you collect camera’s data during your rainforest exploration in our journeys, your anticipation grows. What will you discover? The rainforest is dense and silent, but you know that mammals are hiding all around the area. An incredible creature — a Giant Anteater, or maybe even a whole herd of jungle pigs — might’ve been here just a few hours ago. Back at the lodge, you’ll find out what amazing wildlife has paid the camera traps a visit. This is the Jaguar Vision Project: a unique way for science-lovers to learn about modern science and explore the jungle.

The Jaguar Vision Project, uses the ‘jaguars” as the best biodiversity umbrellas because of their threatened status, and requirements for large expanses of un-fragmented and un-degraded habitat with adequate prey. By explicitly incorporating jaguar needs into planning, mitigation, and compliance mechanisms, Amazon Emotions Jungle Lodge can ensure that development projects minimize deforestation, degradation, and fragmentation and benefit a huge biodiversity on a large scale.

Our Jaguar Vision Project is a big grid built to answer big questions. Due to our primary forest region of the Amazon rainforest’s remarkable biodiversity, it’s a fantastic place to spot and study wildlife. Because of this, we often collaborate with scientists in partnership with the Wildlife Conservation Society. In fact, with our Jaguar Vision Project, we’ve set up over 5 cameras to capture shy jungle wildlife. The subtly placed cameras often snap animals, especially mammals, that people rarely see elsewhere. As you help naturalists collect data from the camera traps and install new cameras, you’ll learn all about their exciting work. Finally, you’ll study the captured footage and discover what rare, fascinating animals the cameras captured.

This project intends to serve as a model for sustainable conservation and can be replicated throughout the Amazon.

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