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Apologies for cross postings.

I have just had a visit by the owners of San Miguelito Jaguar Conservation Ranch in the lowlands of Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Anyone wishing to conduct research AND collect here (with accommodations) should look at the links below. About 80% of this large ranch is still in forest with extensive trails and native biota and would be an ideal location for biodiversity work. Duston Larsen ([log in to unmask]) and Anai Holzmann ([log in to unmask]) can coordinate your efforts if you wish to contact them. Some vertebrates (72 mammals; 223 birds) have been censused but NO insects! Opportunity awaits.

San Miguelito Jaguar Ranch
http://www.wildlifeconservationtour.com

Avina Americas
http://www.avinaamericas.org/about-us/about-us/

Bolivian jaguar pubs/reports by Damien Rumiz, scientific editor, Revista Boliviana de Ecologia y Consrvacion.
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Damian_Rumiz/contributions