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Welcome to the Latin America and Caribbean Section


The Latin America and Caribbean Section (formerly the Austral and Neotropical American (ANA) Section) was formed in 2003 to unite conservation efforts in Central and South America. As part of the Society for Conservation Biology, the Section is able to pull on the influence and abilities of it's members to facilitate efforts in this region.

LACA News

A New Hope for the Vaquita
SCB's LACA Section rises to challenge of saving Mexico's critically endangered vaquita.

Endangered Mexican Vaquitas need our help finding a spokesperson. If you are interested in contributing to this task, click HERE to see the info in English or HERE for Spanish.

For more information on vaquita population numbers and conservation strategies implemented please CLICK HERE.


The Latin American and Caribbean Section of the Society for Conservation Biology is conducting a survey about life style and consumption habits. We would be grateful if you could respond the survey within the next two weeks. Thank you very much in advance for your collaboration.
Bellow is the link to the survey.
https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/LXRWCP7

La Sección de América Latina y el Caribe de la Sociedad para la Biología de la Conservación, está llevando a cabo una evaluación de estilo de vida y hábitos de consumo. Le estaremos muy agradecidos si responden la encuesta en el transcurso de las dos semanas siguientes. Les agradecemos de antemano su colaboración.
Abajo está la liga a la encuesta.
https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/53CCQ3V

 
ANA is now LACA - Read the letter to Section members here.
 
Our updated worldwide membership summary is now available - English or Spanish (as of February 2010)
 
We're on Facebook and Twitter! Come join us!  LACA's email laca@conbio.org
 
FREE Online Publications for SCB Members in Developing Countries - click here for more information