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Mongabay’s most popular articles in March 2021

Yanomami community in northern Brazil saying ‘Go away, mining companies’. Image credit: Victor Moriyama/ISA.

Yanomami community in northern Brazil saying ‘Go away, mining companies’. Image credit: Victor Moriyama/ISA.

  • During the month of March, Mongabay published more than 400 stories, which attracted nearly 11 million pageviews, across its bureaus.
  • Here’s a look at the ten most visited on the global English site during the month.
  • Interviews and camera trap-related stories accounted for half of the top ten.

During the month of March, Mongabay published more than 400 stories, which attracted nearly 11 million pageviews, across its bureaus. Here’s a look at the ten most visited on the global English site during the month.

Interviews and camera trap-related stories accounted for half of the top ten.

Note: the traffic data presented below is only for the month of March and therefore doesn’t include traffic in prior months for stories published earlier than March.

Banner image of a melanistic jaguar in Panama, courtesy of Kaminando—Habitat Connectivity Initiative.

Rare black jaguars caught on camera in Panama

(3/12/21) Written by Yvette Sierra Praeli – 118,883 pageviews

“Securing Indigenous guardianship of vital ecosystems”: Q&A with Nia Tero CEO Peter Seligmann

(2/23/21) Written by Rhett A. Butler – 65,807 pageviews

Battle at the bat box: Camera trap captures ocelot standoff in restored forest

(3/29/21) Written by Liz Kimbrough – 43,364 pageviews

‘Everything on this planet is connected’: Q&A with WWF’s Marco Lambertini

(2/22/21) Written by Rhett A. Butler – 43,073 pageviews

Many traffickers and buyers of fangs can easily carry these jaguar parts, which makes the authorities’ job difficult. Image courtesy of Earth League International.

Chinese triads target Bolivia’s jaguars in search of ‘American tiger’ parts

(3/2/21) Written by Vanessa Romo – 42,017 pageviews

Pig nest-building promotes tree diversity in tropical forest: Study

(3/15/21) Written by John C. Cannon – 40,537 pageviews

Some of the Indigenous Waorani who visited the parish of Pacayacu in Sucumbíos province were shocked by the pools of oil and flares. “We have clean air, clean water,” they said. Image by Daniela Aguilar.

Ecuador court orders end to gas flaring by oil industry in Amazon

(3/9/21) Written by Antonio José Paz Cardona – 40,374 pageviews

‘We attack,’ Indonesia declares in joint bid with Malaysia to shield palm oil

(3/2/21) Written by Hans Nicholas Jong – 40,186 pageviews

Kris Tompkins with an anteater at a rehabilitation center. Photo © Doug Tompkins

Rewilding public lands in Patagonia and beyond: Q&A with Kris Tompkins

(3/9/21) Written by Rhett A. Butler – 35,527 pageviews

Header image: Yanomami community in northern Brazil saying ‘Go away, mining companies’. Image credit: Victor Moriyama/ISA.