The project partners include local and international organizations with extensive experience in participatory management and monitoring of fisheries, scientific research, citizen science, technological innovation, tourism, and environmental education.


Current project partners and collaborators include Instituto Mamirauá, IBC, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, San Diego Zoo Global / Peru, Florida International University / Tropical Conservation Institute, ACCA, ACEER, Conservation X Labs, Cornell University / Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, EII / Western Pará University, Fab Lab, FAUNAGUA, IIAP, IRD, ICMBIO, INPA, MHN/UNMSM, NatGeo / Conservify , GLOBE Program / NASA, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Pronaturaleza, Rainforest Expeditions, SERNANP, Sinchi, Tropenbos, UNIR/Ecoporé, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, UTEC, WCS


Mariana Varese: Director, Citizen Science for the Amazon Project

Gina Leite: Manager, Citizen Science for the Amazon Project

Micaela Varese: Website

María Elena Carbajal: Social Media

Joaquín Sancho: Graphic Design

Diego Pérez, Walter Wust: Photography



Wildlife Conservation Society conserves wildlife and wild places all over the world through applied science, concrete conservation action, and education, inspiring people to value nature. Visit:

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The Citizen Science for the Amazon Project is possible thanks to the generous support of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation fosters path-breaking scientific discovery, environmental conservation, patient care improvements, and the preservation of the special character of the San Francisco Bay Area. Visit: