El mercado de la cacería – la cacería del mercado: carne de origen silvestre en bosques tropicales


  • Diego Shoobridge Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina.



Palabras clave:

Cacería, caza, manejo sostenible, bosques tropicales, conservación.


La caza es una actividad de subsistencia importante en regiones con bosques tropicales. La carne silvestre es fuente de alimento e ingreso para amplios sectores de la población, siendo parte relevante de las economías locales. La extracción excesiva de fauna silvestre afecta a diversas especies, incluso llevándolas hasta la extinción. La oferta y la demanda juegan un rol fundamental en los niveles de extracción de carne silvestre, teniendo los precios una significativa influencia sobre los niveles de caza. Tanto el mercado como la interdicción deben actuar juntos para lograr una extracción sostenible y la protección de la fauna silvestre. Es urgente diseñar políticas de manejo que sean realistas y aplicables, tomando en consideración los aspectos sociales, e incluyendo el monitoreo y la promoción de la conservación del recurso. El objetivo de la presente revisión es dar a conocer la problemática en torno al consumo de carne de origen silvestre en regiones con bosque tropical, resaltar la influencia de factores socioeconómicos en la intensidad de extracción y presentar la información para su difusión.

Biografía del autor/a

Diego Shoobridge, Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina.


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Received December 13, 2018.

Accepted June 11, 2019.

Corresponding author: dshoobperu@gmail.com (D. Shoobridge).




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Shoobridge, D. (2019). El mercado de la cacería – la cacería del mercado: carne de origen silvestre en bosques tropicales. Scientia Agropecuaria, 10(3), 433-448. https://doi.org/10.17268/sci.agropecu.2019.03.15



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