Mexican biologist Carlos Raúl Bonilla Ruz

Carlos Raúl Bonilla Ruz is a Mexican biologist with a Master’s degree in animal biology, and is a researcher from CIIDIR-Oaxaca, of the National Polytechnic Institute. He has worked for 28 years principally in the Mexican state of Oaxaca in biodiversity and conservation of wildlife issues. Results of his studies have been published in scientific
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Update from Sinaloa, Mexico

Conservación, Investigación y Servicios ambientales AC (CISA AC), an NGO works in the northwest of Mexico, and has continued its work with birds since our donation from Birders Exchange in 2007. We have continued our banding studies with the institute for bird populations looking for migratory birds. We have also been working with environmental education
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Protecting Stopover Habitat for Cerulean Warbler

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One of the highest priority needs identified during the Second Cerulean Warbler Summit was basic natural history information about Cerulean Warblers in the non-breeding season.
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Birders’ Exchange and the Coffee Reserve Project

There is some fantastic habitat conservation work going on in the Neotropics, and Birders’ Exchange is helping – with your continued support. We always seek financial and equipment donations, but you can also help birds by buying organic, shade-grown coffees, such as ABA’s Song Bird Coffee. Mesoamerican coffee farms are situated in some of the
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