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West Indian Whistling-Duck and Wetlands Conservation Project

Chris Merkord
  • Caribbean

The West Indian Whistling-Duck (WIWD) and Wetlands Conservation Project, seeks to reverse the decline of the globally threatened West Indian Whistling-Duck (Dendrocygna arborea) and the continuing loss and degradation of wetlands throughout the Caribbean. This region-wide Public Education and Awareness Program provides local teachers and educators with training and educational tools and works to raise awareness and appreciation for the value of local wetlands and wetland biodiversity.

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