Panthera’s work in Latin America focuses on feline research and conservation, with a special focus on jaguars. The increase in trafficking of jaguar parts requires urgent action based on adequate information to address this threat. As a field researcher, you will be in charge of monitoring and collecting information related to illegal wildlife trafficking and in particular jaguar trafficking in Peru. The position will be based in Iquitos, Peru, where he/she will support our staff and efforts to counter wildlife trafficking from other agencies.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Collect and record wildlife trafficking data for Peru, specifically Loreto, from all available resources, including the media.
  • Identify primary and secondary sources of information to collec

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