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The EcoWB GIS Program is assisting Dr. Jens Hegg of the University of Idaho on a project investigating the migration patterns of Largetooth Sawfish (Pristis pristis). Dr. Hegg’s project utilizes chemical analyses of bony structures (including rostral teeth)...
The Amazon region, both within the Amazon River and along coast north and south of the river, is home to numerous large, migratory fishes. One of these fishes, the largetooth sawfish, has been the recent focus of the EcoWB Amazon Megafish Migration project. And, with...
The Marismas Nacionales (MN) is located on the Pacific coast of Mexico south of Mazatlan and north of Puerto Vallarta in the states of Sinaloa and Nayarit. It extends 240 km from north to south encompassing 513,000 ha, including 113,000 ha of mangroves. It is the...
Who We Are
Ecologists Without Borders is made up of exceptional individuals who volunteer their time and expertise to restore, protect, and conserve natural ecosystems, in worldwide partnership with those who rely upon them.
But we can’t do it alone. We need YOUR help.
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Whether you’re a professional ecologist, a student, or simply someone who wants to help others prevent or mitigate detrimental environmental change, we have a role for you. Please don’t hesitate to contact us. Opportunities abound!
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