U.S to spend $1.5 million in Mexico, Central America for wildlife preservation

Posted on September 23, 2016 • Filed under: Central America, Enviromental Issues, Mexico, United States

dailycaller.com reported the U.S. will spend around $1.5 million on wildlife preservation in Mexico and Central America next year as part of the Wildlife Without Borders program.

The two grants will fund wildlife conservation efforts that look at the whole region, not just a single country. The “existing protected areas within Central America alone are too small and isolated” to make a big difference in the ecosystem, the grant for the Central America projects says. Read Article


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