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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service -- Conservation in South America 2016

The USFWS "Wildlife Without Borders" includes a regional program for South America. The program provides critical support to conserve priority species, habitats and ecological processes in landscapes with high biodiversity value in South America, currently focusing on conservation in the Tropical Andes and the Southern Cone. Projects should seek to reduce threats such as unsustainable land use, human-wildlife conflict, wildlife trafficking of illegal species, and wildlife pet trade. Grants are to organizations, not individuals. NGO applicants must include a recent letter of support from the appropriate local, regional, or national government wildlife or conservation authority. The deadline for applications (English, Spanish) is 02 May 2016.
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