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One Habitat:
Beyond Borders

Our project One Habitat: Beyond Borders, implemented over the past 2 years, uses camera trap monitoring in the Middle Magdalena Valley, Colombia, to raise awareness among landowners about the importance of collective conservation efforts.

The project has engaged 23 landowners and 34 farmworkers who grant access to their forests and serve as local guides. Photos from 32 forest patches allowed identification of eight individual jaguars and tracked their movements across various properties.

Photos © Laura Siabatto, Forests 4 Future

Tangible visual evidence demonstrates how individual actions may influence habitat quality in the region and impact species with extensive habitat needs, such as the jaguar. Landowners now recognize the importance of cooperative land management practices for wildlife conservation.

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