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Save the Monarch Butterfly

Save the Monarch Butterfly

White House Announces Renewed Collaboration with Canada and Mexico to Conserve the Monarch Butterfly (Photo credit: Tom Hamilton-Flickr/Creative Commons) President Obama, Prime Minister Harper and President Peñ...

GPS Maps Benefit Leatherback Turtles

GPS Maps Benefit Leatherback Turtles

Science Daily (Jan. 8, 2014) In a new study in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, researchers show the use-intensity distributions for 135 satellite-tracked adult turtles and distributions of longline fishing effo...

Santa Ana Watershed Study Completed

Santa Ana Watershed Study Completed

Science Daily (Dec. 12, 2013) The Santa Ana River Watershed Basin Study, which addresses water supply and demand projections for the next 50 years and identifies potential climate change impacts to Southern California'...

Rats Eradicated from Gwaii Haanas

Rats Eradicated from Gwaii Haanas

Island Conservation (Oct. 15, 2013) - One Step Closer to Restoring Balance and Safe Seabird Habitat in Gwaii Haanas Parks Canada and the Haida Nation, with partners Island Conservation and Coastal Conservation, compl...

Humpback Whale Population Rises

Humpback Whale Population Rises

Science Daily (Sept. 11,2013) Humpback whale populations are on the rise in the coastal fjords of British Columbia, doubling in size from 2004 to 2011, according to results published September 18 in the open access jo...

The Year the Monarch Didn't Appear

The Year the Monarch Didn't Appear

The New York Times (Nov. 22, 2013) - ON the first of November, when Mexicans celebrate a holiday called the Day of the Dead, some also celebrate the millions of monarch butterflies that, without fail, fly to the mounta...

The Canada/Mexico/U.S. Trilateral Committee

Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. share a wide array of ecosystems, habitats and species. They are also linked by strong economic, social and cultural ties. However, existing strategies for natural resources conservation have not adequately addressed increased development in the region, nor emerging problems such as climate change, toxic substances, rapidly-spreading wildlife diseases and invasive species. Monarch Butterfly

To more effectively address priorities of continental significance and boost the concerted efforts of the three countries of the North America bioregion, the Canada/Mexico/U.S. Trilateral Committee of Wildlife and Ecosystem Conservation and Management was established in 1995. The Trilateral Committee is headed by the directors of the Canadian Wildlife Service (CWS), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), and the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources of Mexico (SEMARNAT).

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Facilitating international cooperation for conserving the living heritage of North America.

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