À 2 anos, um grupo de sonhadores uniram forças. Desde então muitas pessoas se juntaram à #NeoPReGo tornando possível alcançarmos nosso objetivo. Hoje, viemos agradecer e convidar vocês a caminhar conosco em 2019 também. 2 years ago, a group of dreamers joined forces. Since then many people have joined #NeoPReGo making it possible to reach … Continue reading 2 anos! E muitos por virem. Celebrate:we are 2 years old!
This is the report of our collaborator Giulia Assogna about her field work time in Rio do Brasil reserve this year. Text in English, Português and Italiano. An Italian in the Atlantic Forest I had the pleasure of collaborate with the NGO Neotropical Primates Research Group in May and June 2018, staying at Private Reserve … Continue reading An italian in the Atlantic Forest | Uma italiana na Mata Atlântica | Un’italiana nella Foresta Atlantica
The past two months have been busy for the Neoprego team. Several papers involving team members have been published in many important journals and we have participated on the Brazilian Primatology Conference. On July the paper from Tiago Falótico about the digging tool use by Serra da Capivara capuchins was published on Scientific Reports. This paper describes the … Continue reading New publications | Novas publicações
In the last two weeks we were in the process of capture one or two capuchin monkeys from the Rio do Brasil Reserve to install radio-colars on those individuals, to help us locate and habituate the group. Plan and carry a primate capture is logistically complex, and although we had some problems this time, we … Continue reading Captures | Capturas
Once again we are preparing for field work. This time to install radio-colars in two capuchin monkeys at RPPN Rio do Brasil. With those radios we are going to find and follow our groups more easily, and thus collect more behavioral data. ------ Mais uma vez nos preparamos para um trabalho de campo. Dessa vez … Continue reading Field work preparation | preparação para campo
Field work can be surprising.
Back to the field! On my way to Serra da Capivara National Park for a month and half of field work. First some weeks performing field experiments regarding stone tool use by the capuchin monkeys (Sapajus libidinosus), with Oxford colleague Lydia V. Luncz. After that, 10 days working with Primate Archaeology team to investigate archaeological evidence on … Continue reading Serra da Capivara 2017