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Fogones de Fauna: An Experience of Participatory Monitoring of Wildlife in Rural Uruguay

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Lucía Bergós NGO JULANA (Jugando en la Naturaleza) Montevideo Uruguay

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Florencia Grattarola NGO JULANA (Jugando en la Naturaleza) Montevideo Uruguay Laboratory of Evolutionary Ecology of Adaptations, School of Life Sciences, University of Lincoln, Brayford Campus Lincolnshire United Kingdom

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Juan Manuel Barreneche NGO JULANA (Jugando en la Naturaleza) Montevideo Uruguay

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Daniel Hernández NGO JULANA (Jugando en la Naturaleza) Montevideo Uruguay Laboratorio de Control Ambiental, PET, Arrayanes, CETP-UTU Maldonado Uruguay

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Solana González NGO JULANA (Jugando en la Naturaleza) Montevideo Uruguay Departamento de Educación Veterinaria, Facultad de Veterinaria, Universidad de la República Montevideo Uruguay

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Abstract

Rural Uruguay is undergoing a long process of transformations that tend to weaken the maintenance of local cultural traits, including society-nature relationships. To preserve these traits and enhance our understanding of these relationships, it is necessary to both strive for the empowering of rural communities and to establish a constructive exchange of knowledge. JULANA (an acronym from the Spanish for “Playing in Nature”) works towards these goals through the dialogue of the different conceptions of nature and society. This work presents an experience in collaborative-learning, the participatory monitoring project named Fogones de Fauna carried out in the village of Paso Centurión, along with reflections on the value of JULANA’s work and education.

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