Mónica Farrera Hernández
I am a biologist, graduated from the National Autonomous University of Mexico with a Masters in Conservation and Wildlife Management in Costa Rica. I have experience in the study of bat ecology in Mexico and Costa Rica. I have also volunteered in the study of bird behavior on Isla Isabel on the coast of Nayarit. In my master's project in Costa Rica, I studied the human-wildlife interactions in the Manuel Antonio National Park using the northern raccoon as a study model. I am interested in continuing with research in the field of ecology to be applied in conservation projects nationwide. I am currently working as a research assistant in the Wildlife Conservation Laboratory of the Institute of Ecology, UNAM and support in the logistics of the National Alliance for the Conservation of the Jaguar.