Our mission is to strengthen the scientific expertise available in the Caribbean islands through the study and conservation of the region’s exceptional biodiversity. To this end, we support student studies and research projects, mainly at master’s and PhD levels. Below are the student research projects supported by Caribaea Initiative.

Please note that the association does not respond to unsolicited requests for internships or financial support.

Completed projects















Two urban green spaces in Habana City as worthy habitats for butterfly conservation

PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD project Cuba



Use of camera traps to quantify the population of mammals within the forest of Poyen

PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD project Guadeloupe



Factors explaining the IUCN status of terrestrial vertebrate species endemic to the insular Caribbean

PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD, PhD project Insular Caribbean











Contribution to the study of the White-crowned Pigeon, Patagioenas leucocephala, in the Caribbean region: Census and Genetic analysis of the guadeloupean population

Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master project Guadeloupe

Implementation of a detection method on a species of pigeon of the Patagieonas genus , P. leucocephala, in Guadeloupe: Comparison between the passive listening method and the call-broadcast method.

Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master project Guadeloupe