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FZS Peru Staff

The FZS program in Peru began in the early 1990s with a small group of biologists in Cusco, near the Manu National Park. The team has grown over time and we currently have 37 professionals from different specialties and field assistants.

Staff at the FZS Peru programme. For individual names, please check out the individual photos in this same folder/gallery. Cusco, Peru. © Daniel Rosengren
A group photo of the FZS Peru team in Cuzco, Peru. © Daniel Rosengren
Hauke Hoops talking about the FZS organisation in Peru. Photo taken in Cuzco © Daniel Rosengren.jpg
Hauke Hoops talking about the FZS organisation in Peru. Photo taken in Cuzco © Daniel Rosengren
FZS staff Danilo Jordán (left) and Eddy Torres on the Pampas del Heath, Bahuaja Sonene NP, to check camera traps. Peru. © Daniel Rosengren.jpg
FZS staff Danilo Jordán (left) and Eddy Torres on the Pampas del Heath, Bahuaja Sonene NP, to check camera traps. Peru. © Daniel Rosengren
Monitoring team, Cocha Picoplancha-  Andre Bärtschi.jpg
Monitoring team, Cocha Picoplancha- Andre Bärtschi.
From left. Rubén (Matsiguenka Indian), Elvia Nuñonca, Paulina Conde and Pamela Grajeda in Manu NP, Peru.  © Daniel Rosengren.jpg
From left: Rubén (Matsiguenka Indian), Elvia Nuñonca, Paulina Conde and Pamela Grajeda in Manu NP, Peru. © Daniel Rosengren
Claus Garcia and a giant cricket in Yaguas, Peru. © Daniel Rosengren.jpg
Claus Garcia and a giant cricket in Yaguas, Peru. © Daniel Rosengren
Danilo Jordán checking a camera trap on Pampas del Heath, Bahuaja Sonene NP, Peru. © Daniel Rosengren.jpg
Danilo Jordán checking a camera trap on Pampas del Heath, Bahuaja Sonene NP, Peru. © Daniel Rosengren
Ukumari Raymi 2015
Keyli Huamani looking for Giant Otters from a catamaran on Cocha Guacamayos. The catamaran is provided for tourism. Tambopata NR, Peru. © Daniel Rosengren.jpg
Keyli Huamani looking for Giant Otters from a catamaran on Cocha Guacamayos. The catamaran is provided for tourism. Tambopata NR, Peru. © Daniel Rosengren