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ONÇAFARI’S 10th ANNIVERSARY.
TEN YEARS DEDICATED
TO THE CONSERVATION OF JAGUARS,
MANED WOLVES
AND OTHER SPECIES.

 

SUPPORT OUR PROJECT AND HELP US TO CONSERVE JAGUARS AND OTHER ENDANGERED SPECIES.

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Understand how to preserve jaguars and maned wolves

The Onçafari Association was established to promote the conservation of the environment and to contribute to the socioeconomic development of the regions in which it operates, through ecotourism and scientific studies.

We work to preserve biodiversity within several Brazilian biomes, with emphasis on jaguars and maned wolves.

Learn about the work of Onçafari

We operate in six different sectors of conservation, each one addressing the specific aspects required to preserve the environment. Find out what exactly we do and the importance of each sector.

Get to know our target species

Jaguars and maned wolves are currently the primary focus of our work. But we also contribute to the conservation of several other species. Learn more about each of them:

JAGUAR

MANED WOLF

OTHER SPECIES

Support our project and help us to conserve jaguars and other endangered species

Updates in our blog

Publications
October 19, 2022

Wildfires disproportionately affected jaguars in the Pantanal

The Pantanal wetland harbours the second largest population of jaguars in the world. Alongside climate and land-use changes, the recent mega-fires in the Pantanal may pose a threat to the…
Publications
September 19, 2022

Epidemiological compatibility of Amblyomma sculptum as possible vector and Panthera onca as reservoir of Cytauxzoon spp. in Midwestern Brazil

Cytauxzoonosis is an acute and highly lethal tick-borne disease of wild and domestic cats, and is widely distributed in Africa, Asia, Europe, the USA and Brazil. So far, only two…
Publications
August 29, 2022

Collaborative behaviour and coalitions in male jaguars (Panthera onca)—evidence and comparison with other felids

Most large felids are classified as solitary species, with only lions (Panthera leo) and cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) exhibiting social, collaborative behaviours. Herein, we present evidence of the formation of male…

Updates in our blog

October 19, 2022 in Publications

Wildfires disproportionately affected jaguars in the Pantanal

The Pantanal wetland harbours the second largest population of jaguars in the world. Alongside climate and land-use changes, the recent mega-fires in the Pantanal may pose a threat to the…
Read More
September 19, 2022 in Publications

Epidemiological compatibility of Amblyomma sculptum as possible vector and Panthera onca as reservoir of Cytauxzoon spp. in Midwestern Brazil

Cytauxzoonosis is an acute and highly lethal tick-borne disease of wild and domestic cats, and is widely distributed in Africa, Asia, Europe, the USA and Brazil. So far, only two…
Read More
August 29, 2022 in Publications

Collaborative behaviour and coalitions in male jaguars (Panthera onca)—evidence and comparison with other felids

Most large felids are classified as solitary species, with only lions (Panthera leo) and cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) exhibiting social, collaborative behaviours. Herein, we present evidence of the formation of male…
Read More

photo: Edu Fragoso

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