In the Media

TV and Film

The Serengeti Rules: Official Trailer, a film featuring the work of John Terborgh on trophic cascades

Newspapers and Web Sites

San Diego Zoo Global Celebrates 50 Years of Cocha Cashu, San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research, June 2019

One Tiny Wasp Turns a Fig Tree Into a 150-Foot-High Eden, National Geographic, September 2016

This Park in Peru Is Nature ‘in Its Full Glory’ – With Hunters, National Geographic, May 2016

Breathtaking Photos of Cocha Cashu, Amazon Aid Foundation, January 2016

Manu National Park is the most biodiverse place in the world! Peru this Week, October 2014

Traditional Fishing with Poison Deployed for Science, National Geographic, September 2014

Q&A: Peruvian Ecologist Vows “You Fight Until You Fall Dead”, National Geographic, September 2014

Where Peccaries Wallow, Other Animals Follow, National Geographic, September 2014

Peru’s Cocha Cashu biological station changes management, Mongabay, December 2011


Crested Eagle at Manu National Park, TEAM Network – A little scene captured by TEAM Network camera traps at Cocha Cashu Biological Station, August 2015

Queen of the Night – The wild blooming of the Queen of the night flower. Opens once a year, stays open for one night only, found and filmed at Cocha Cashu Research Station in The Amazon rainforest, January 2015

San Diego Zoo Global Field Course at Cocha Cashu, Manu National Park, Peru – A video blog from teaching on the Cocha Cashu field course in Manu. Giant otters, spider monkeys and jaguars! February 2014

The Road to Cocha Cashu – It takes three days to get from Cusco in the mountains, to the Cocha Cashu Biological Station in Manu National Park, but with wildlife all the way! Here’s the journey condensed into one minute, February 2014

Sounds of Cocha Cashu – This place never sleeps! January 2013

Giant Otters in Cocha Cashu, Peru – The San Diego Zoo Global Wildlife Conservancy recently assumed management of the Cocha Cashu Biological Station in Manu, Peru. Manu is one of the most biodiverse areas on the planet, and the endangered giant otter is one of the many species of interest to researchers, November 2011

Cocha Cashu Biological Station – The San Diego Zoo Global Wildlife Conservancy was recently asked to assume management of the prestigious Cocha Cashu Biological Station deep in the forests of Manu, Peru. We’re honored by this opportunity and excited by the knowledge and insight we will gain from one of the most bio-diverse regions on the planet, October 2011

San Diego Zoo at Cocha Cashu – Overview of travel and facilities, September 2011

Manolo del Castillo (in green), presenter of Reportaje al Peru, with students and staff at CCBS

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