Seacology Launches First Project in Argentina
Expanding to its 52nd country, Seacology launched its first ever project in Argentina, helping protect nearly 200 acres of wetland coastal habitat on Tierra del Fuego.
Seacology will be working with the local conservation group Asociación Ambiente Sur protect the area, providing funds for fences, bird watching platforms, and signage.
The region is an important habitat for many types of shorebirds, including migratory species like the Red Knot, Hudsonian Godwit, and White-rumped Sandpiper. Prodigious flyers, these birds travel all the way from the Arctic each year to reach the wetlands of Tierra del Fuego.