Migratory Species

Migratory Species Conservation Project

Migratory Species Conservation is a project led by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) to examine the migratory pathways, occurrence hotspots, potential threats, and opportunities for conservation of species in the Gulf of Mexico.

Understanding the migratory strategies and corridors of fish, sea turtles, marine mammals, and birds is critical for marine conservation planning and assessment of the health of large marine ecosystems.

Since 2016, TNC has led the development of Migratory Species Conservation, a framework for their conservation and an online visualization portal to help address the knowledge gap of migratory pathways conservation.

Migratory Species Conservation Project logo


For additional information visit the Migratory Species Conservation Project web site: www.migratoryblueways.org, and the Blueways Conservation decision support tool: http://maps.bluewaysconservation.org.


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