The Wildlife Corridors Programme

by WeForest
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Project Report | May 26, 2021
Some updates for Atlantic Forest Day 2021

By Vienna Leigh | Communications Manager at WeForest

Capybaras.  AES Brasil
Capybaras. AES Brasil

The animals of Tietê

The hidden cameras placed by AES Brasil at our new Tietê Forests project site have been capturing some amazing sights, including this adorable family of capybaras, the largest living rodent in the world. We’ve also seen a mother puma and her kittens, crab-eating foxes and an endangered giant anteater!

Check out the videos and some recent photos from the project in the Flickr album.

A princess and a scientist

As a child, Aline always wanted to be close to nature and was very curious about animals and plants. She once asked her family: “Is it possible to be a princess and a scientist?” Now graduated, Aline works with our Wildlife Corridors project partner, IPÊ, full time, focusing on environmental education and capacity building in local communities. “It is extremely motivating to look around and see all the work that already has been done, and so much that still can be done,” she says. For her, working with local communities is working with the people and the region where she was born. She sees the forest as her backyard and taking care of it is part of her routine, and knows that working with people and generating income is key for forest restoration.

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