Camera trapping for jaguar (Panthera onca) in the Tuichi Valley, Bolivia

@inproceedings{Wallace2003CameraTF,
  title={Camera trapping for jaguar (Panthera onca) in the Tuichi Valley, Bolivia},
  author={Robert B. Wallace and Humberto Gomez and George Ayala and Florencio Delgado Espinoza},
  year={2003}
}
Camera trapping techniques, in combination with robust mark-recapture statistics, have been used extensively in Asia to provide tiger population density estimates and relative abundance information. Here we present the results of a first attempt to use these methodologies to determine jaguar abundance. Results suggest a relatively low jaguar population density. Nevertheless, it is hypothesized that previous human disturbance at the site may be responsible for this situation, thereby underlining… CONTINUE READING

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