Episode 4: Rewilding Argentina With Conservation Land Trust
Today, Rewilding Institute Director John Davis takes us to Ibera Argentina, where he interviewed Conservation Land Trust staffers Sofia Heinonen, Luli Masera, and Sebastian Di Martino about rewilding efforts in the region, including their work with Jaguars, Peccary, Macaws, and lowland Tapirs.
Iberá, located in the center and center-north of the province of Corrientes, Argentina, is one of the most important freshwater wetlands on the continent and the second-largest in the world after Pantanal in Brazil.
To dive deeper, be sure to check out the Rewilding Argentina series submitted by CLT.
Ibera Landscape and Wildlife Gallery
Director of Digital Outreach (D.O.D.O.) for The Rewilding Institute
Host and Producer of the Rewilding Earth Podcast
Jack started Rewilding work as Executive Director of Sky Island Alliance in the mid-1990’s, organizing the Sky Island Wildlands Network design, ripping up illegal roads on forest service lands, installing wolf acclimatization pens on Ted Turner’s Ladder Ranch & conducting howling surveys to help make way for the final stage of the Lobo reintroduction program in the Southwest.
Through the years, Jack has worked with Dave Foreman and the Rewilding Gang to further Rewilding initiatives and education.