FAUNAGUA (Institute for Action-Research on Hydrobiological Resources) is a non-governmental non-profit organization, created in 2004. It has since then implemented a number of research projects oriented to sustainable local development, within the overall framework of conservation and management of the hydrobiological resources and wetlands of Bolivia .
A Policy Brief with recommendations for the conservation of dorado, marathon runner along Amazon rivers (more than 4000 km!) and reproducing in Amazon headwaters, was published. It was written by an…
During the last 10 years FAUNAGUA, in cooperation with WWF and Fundación OMACHA, has been active in aquatic mammal conservation in the Bolivian Amazon. We focus our work on the Bolivian river …
The fishing of scavenging fish species in the Bolivian Amazon represents a risk for the Bolivian river dolphin (Inia boliviensis)? FAUNAGUA conducted a study of the production chain of fish and of…
The dorado, a marathon runner of the Amazon rivers, is facing its worst obstacles. An article written by Guillermo Reaño for FAUNAGUA and WWF: http://bit.ly/2HbFN49Read more
21th of April is World Fish Migration Day. FAUNAGUA participated in this important event, creating a website (pecesmigratoriosdebolivia.com) containing information, news and videos on the subject. …Read more
FAUNAGUA, supported by INIAF and the World Bank, and in the framework of the Fish for Food (PPV) project, supported by IDRC and Global Affairs, published the book "Baseline for the use and…Read more