Through decades of working with and observing different animals, we have gained considerable knowledge of animal behaviour and proper handling procedures. Our intention now is to share this knowledge with the scientific community.

We would like to:
•  Contribute towards research about the behaviour of animals ex situ.
•  Demonstrate the importance of the ecological role that each one of these species fulfills, for example the dispersion of seeds to encourage reforestation.
•  Help with the training of professionals in the fields of biology, ecology and veterinary medicine.
•  Encourage academics to come to our Centres to carry out their thesis or internships etc.

Potentially unusual jaguar (Panthera onca) abundance within a 3.9km2 section of WCC Ambue Ari (and the potential importance of surrounding landscapes to future jaguar conservation) 



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Friends of Inti Wara Yassi (FIWY) is our sister organization in the UK. They have been a major source of support since their founding in 2008. Find out more about FIWY here.

Quest Overseas organizes gap year trips for British and international students. Since 2001, Quest has worked with CIWY to bring much needed volunteers and funds. If you are interested in the programs they have with us, find out more here.

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