Senior Specialist for Wildlife Policy
Senior Wildlife Biologist
Director of Gift Planning
The Gulf of Mexico is a national treasure, a haven to over 15,000 wildlife species, from dolphins and whales to turtles and manatees, spanning from Mexico to Florida. This region also serves as home to thousands of communities where 50 million people live, work, and play.
Join John Kanter, Senior Wildlife Biologist, and Jessica Bibza, Senior Specialist for Wildlife Policy and Marine Biologist, as they explore the amazing species of the Gulf Coast, from song birds to manatees, and highlight some of the most awe-inspiring migrations that occur in this area and beyond. Enjoy learning about the iconic species that depend on this important region, the threats they face, and how anyone can make a difference to give them a brighter future.
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