Daniel Corrales

Field Scientist, Costa Rica Jaguar Program
Daniel Corrales

Based in Costa Rica, Daniel Corrales works as a Research Assistant for Panthera’s Jaguar Corridor Program. Daniel studied Biology at the Latin University of Costa Rica and with the assistance of ProCat International, an environmental conservation organization, conducted his thesis on jaguar density and diet in southern Costa Rica. After completing his thesis, Daniel spent several months studying the poison dart frog in Bocas Del Toro, an island north of Panama, and in 2009, joined the International Institute of Conservation and Wildlife Management to study camera trap mammal detection in Costa Rica’s San Juan – La Selva Biological Corridor. In 2010, Daniel joined Panthera’s team and currently assists with jaguar research to develop Panthera’s Barbilla Corridor within Costa Rica.