Bolivia 2014

Bolivia 2014 Expedition

The Bolivia Expedition 2014 will be based in Barba Azul Reserve in Beni Region. The expedition will collaborate with Armonia – Bolivian Birdlife International partner – who purchased the reserve which recently doubled in size. Our aim is to assess the regeneration of area and carry out biological surveys. These include botanical, mammalian, herpetological, avian and ecological studies which will hopefully help us to increase biological understanding of the region. Local scientists will be involved in the expedition and will help with the inventory of species diversity within the reserve.

Expedition Background

Find out about the background to the expedition.

Research Projects

Read all about the science we’ll be doing next summer.

Our Team

Meet the students who will be heading to Bolivia.

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The Blue-throated Macaw!

Since getting back, there has been a lot of work done in extrapolating the data which was collected out in the field. I am still utterly thrilled to have been given the chance to go the Barba Azul Reserve to study this species. Initial results from population counts...

Camera traps!

Since we got back most of us have been spending the majority of our time going through and analysing the data collected while we were in Bolivia. Personally I’ve been looking through the mammal data. This includes nocturnal transect data, incidental tracks and...

How time flies

It always surprises me how quickly things settle back to normal. Three weeks ago we had just arrived back in Glasgow, and a week before that was our first day out of the reserve. It’s almost disappointing how quickly you start taking electricity, running water...

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