Bolivia is the 5th largest country in South America, and lies in the North west of South America.It is sandwiched between Peru and Chile to the West, and Brazil to the east.
Bolivia is the 28th largest country in the world, with the 27th being Ethiopia.
There is a range of ecosystems in Bolivia which are of interest for those who like to see wildlife. I hope over the next few years to link to as many of these as possible.
The South of Bolivia is a beautiful largely empty desert area of wilderness .
The eastern Andes mountains run through the country from North to South and bisects the country.
Links to areas to visit will appear below. Please note, while it is not possible to add sightings to this map above. This is because the whole country is is a specific regional ecosystem. Over time every area will become clickable, so that you can access the ecosystem and record sightings.
Help us build up a map of where wildlife has been seen. Add any sightings of mammals that you encounter. As this map starts to be used, we will greatly reduce how long sightings remain free for anyone to see, so that hunters and poachers cannot use this as a resource. The idea is that over time we can build up an idea of exactly where we should look for them.
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