Panama commits to wide ranging protection of Coíba and the surrounding area.
In 2015 iLCP partnered with local Panamanian scientific organizations, the ministry of the interior and international conservation organizations like UNDP, the Smithsonian, and Island Conservation for a a multi-expedition effort to document the marine and terrestrial treasure that is Coíba Island and its National Marine Park. Facing modern day threats, the goal of this project […]
WiLDspeak is a one day symposium with presentations, discussions, learning, and inspiration from some of the world’s leading nature and wildlife photographers, scientists, and conservation program implementers. Together, we will explore how visual media can best contribute to successful conservation communications and outcomes all around the globe. See our WiLDSPEAK page for more information!
News about the exciting discoveries from iLCP’s expedition to Coíba island in Panama have reached the Panamanian press as well. Click here for an article from the newspaper La Estrella de Panama. At iLCP we feel that our most important audience needs to be the local population, and we are thankful to La Autoridad Nacional del […]
Trópicos, the magazine of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), features an article about iLCP’s expedition to Coíba Island in Panama, where iLCP Fellows Christian Ziegler and Tim Laman are working throughout 2015. In February 2015, in collaboration with STRI, Christian Ziegler lead a team of 30 scientists to Coíba, to undertake a full BioBlitz […]
May 22 is the International Day for Biological Diversity, an ideal moment for the International League of Conservation Photographers to bring attention to our ongoing Photographic Expedition to the Island of Coíba, in Panama. Biodiversity is at the very heart of this effort, which aims to complete a photographic and biological survey of this largely […]