The 20 minute documentary film “Los Cedros” is nearing completion. It showcases the breathtaking biodiversity of Reserva Los Cedros in Ecuador, the many threats the 16000 acre reserve presently faces and what is being done to protect it. The incredibly talented Beatrice Lewis from Melbourne is composing an original score for the film. A release … Continued
Hi folks, After five weeks of difficult weather conditions, technical glitches and illegal logging occurring within earshot of some of our best camera locations, we have finally been able to upload several new video reels from the Reserva Los Cedros in North West Ecuador. Despite our best efforts, we must report that the jaguar still … Continued
After 18 days of camera operations we have been fortunate enough to have captured several rare and threatened mammal species on the six Los Cedros project cameras positioned across three sites. Thus far we have captured video and/or stills images of: Mountain Lion (or Puma) – Listed as Vulnerable Margay (medium size wild cat) – … Continued
We leave for La Reserva Los Cedros early tomorrow morning. Months of planning, fundraising, testing of equipment and the generous support of our project sponsors have finally got us to this point. Today we purchased some last minute supplies, including rubber boots, woolen socks and even a night vision monocular or scope which will come … Continued
We have now purchased, tested and packed 5 wildlife cameras for our expedition to Ecuador. We are currently in Costa Rica and plan to do further field tests to ensure the equipment can withstand the difficult conditions at Los Cedros. Thank you to all our campaign supporters who have helped get us this far.