A Tapir Gallery Conservation Profile:
Patrícia Medici lives and works in Brazil. As a conservation biologist at The Ecological Research Institute (Instituto de Pesquisas Ecologicas [IPÊ]), she works with both tapirs and black lion tamarins near her home town of São Paulo. This photo was taken in front of someone else's home - April the Tapir at the Belize Zoo - in 1997, when Patrícia visited Belize to attend a conference. Much of her time is spent doing field work in Morro do Diabo State Park, where she and her team have now collared eight lowland tapirs.
Capture Round: January 2001
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Capture Round: June/July 2000
This page includes even more photos.
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Capture Round: March 2000
This page includes lots of photos.
The park, the tapirs, the team.
Classes, conferences and contact information.
Project Funding Proposal
Learn more about PatrÝcia's work.
See what it costs to make a project like this happen.
How is this project organized?
More About IP╩'s Activities in the Pontal
Learn about the Landless Movement and conservation
in the Pontal do Paranapanema region of Brazil.
A report on Patrícia's work during 1997
From tapirs in Brazil to the Great Wall of China ~ with photos.
Communications from the field.
HELP FUND PATRICIA'S PROJECT
ArkAnimals.com gives you a way to do just that!
Scroll down to the PayPal logos.
PatrÝcia's pages on the Paignton Zoo Web site.
Patrícia in Italia.
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