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San Pancho Bird Observatory

The San Pancho Bird Observatory was formed in 2014 to promote the conservation of wild birds and their habitats in the Bahía de Banderas region of Mexico. Their work is conducted through environmental education, community outreach, nature tourism, and scientific monitoring and research. San Pancho Bird Observatory supports Ocean Connectors with access to local knowledge and birding expertise.

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