"Preliminary results indicate 241 species of plants, 302 birds, 150 species of fish, 34 reptiles, 25 amphibians, 23 small mammals and over 300 species of insects were encountered during the two week expedition."Also see this very readable write-up of this in Caribbean Beat. Plus there is this Guyana Times report from a local perspective.
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Biodiversity in the Rupununi
report has now been released and consists of 97 pages.