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Andean Bear in La Laja Nature Reserve – Rochester Station

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The Rochester monitoring station of the Andean bear in La Laja – Chingaza Natural Reserve does not stop!

We continue to record the visit of more individuals, this time the cameras captured two adult male bears, one of them apparently a new record in the reserve, as well as a bear with her cub of about 5 months, which we believe visits the reserve every two years to have their offspring, bear salacuna!

We continue to work on the conservation of the Andean bear, guardian of the water and the cloud forest!

Jorge Quintero Sustainability Director

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Resumen:La estación Rochester de monitoreo del oso andino en la Reserva Natural La Laja – Chingaza no para. Seguimos registrando la visita de más individuos, esta vez las cámaras captaron a dos osos machos adultos, uno de ellos al parecer nuevo registro en la reserva, cómo también una osa con su cría de aproximadamente 5 meses, la cual creemos visita la reserva cada dos años para tener sus crías, salacuna de osos. Seguimos trabajando en la conservación del oso andino, guardián del agua y el bosque de niebla.

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