Tuesday, May 22, 2018

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XXII Congress of the Mesoamerican Society for Biology and Conservation

Nicaragua will Receive Scientists from all over Mesoamerica By: Adelayde Rivas Sotelo The City of Granada will be home to the XXII Congress of the Mesoamerican...

Seismic Activity

According to the Nicaraguan Institute of Territorial Studies (INETER by its acronym in Spanish), over a dozen small tremors (magnitude 2.2 to 2.8) were...

Seismic Alert in Managua

Nicaragua went on alert this Monday 12th February after seismic activity was detected during the previous 48 hours in the Capital City of Managua....

BIRD CONSERVATION in NICARAGUA

For the fourth year in arrow, the environmental organization; Paso Pacifico was involved in the Christmas Bird Count that aims to measure abundance, biodiversity...

Nicaragua will Undertake Christmas Bat Count

The Central America Bat Conservation Strategy (ECMCA by its acronym in Spanish) and the Latin American Network for the Conservation of Bats (RELCOM) has...

Third International Bird Festival, Granada, Nicaragua

The festival was held from November 17th to the 19th 2017 in the City of Granada. Parallel to this event was the 2nd Bird...

Tropical Storm Nate Hits Nicaragua

Tropical Storm Nate On Wednesday October 4th last week, an incoming storm was announced by the National System for Disaster Prevention, Mitigation and Response (SINAPRED)....

Nicaragua to Sign Paris Agreement

Nicaragua has announced it will sign the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. President Daniel Ortega announced that “Nicaragua will soon adhere to the agreement”....

Limpieza Costera Internacional – Paso Pacífico

Limpieza Costera Internacional NOTA DE PRENSA Todos unidos para limpiar los océanos  ** Paso Pacífico, la Embajada de los EE.UU de América y la Alcaldía de Diriamba...

The Canicular or Dog Days of Summer in Nicaragua

The Canicular or Dog Days of Summer in Nicaragua are the hot, sultry days characterized by a drop or break in rainfall. Historically they follow...