Fishing the Pilcomayo River in BoliviaAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
A Weenhayek indigenous man pulls a fishing net from the Pilcomayo River outside of Villamontes, Bolivia. The river has been plagued by contamination from upstream mining and road construction, and the Weenhayek have had to struggle against large agricultural plantations and cattleraisers to retain access to the river.
- Paul Jeffrey
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- Chaco region, Bolivia