Educating Natural Resource Leaders in Central and South America
The 46th class of natural resource managers recently graduated from Ducks Unlimited de México’s acclaimed RESERVA course

CELESTUN, Yucatan, MX – Jan. 10, 2017 – A group of 14 natural resource professionals from Mexico and 12 other Latin American countries recently graduated from Ducks Unlimited de México’s (DUMAC) internationally recognized RESERVA training course. This intensive, two- month continuing education experience is designed to provide advanced training in the ecology and management of wetlands and other natural resources to practicing professionals from across Central and South America. [+] Read More
Laying the foundation for future mangrove restoration
Mexico’s National Technological Institute came to Ducks Unlimited de México’s training center seeking expertise in mangrove conservation

CELESTUN, Yucatan, MX – Dec 2017 – A group of 17 biology and engineering students
from Mexico’s National Technological institute in Conkal, Yucatan, recently came to Ducks
Unlimited de Mexico’s (DUMAC) John E. Walker Research and Training Center in Celestun to
learn about mangrove restoration and conservation. [+] Read More
Finding international solutions to conservation challenges
Louisiana State University and Ducks Unlimited de México cooperate on science, education and habitat restoration

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Nov, 2017 – The Louisiana State University Agricultural Center and
Ducks Unlimited de México (DUMAC) are joining forces in support of collaborative research in wetland and waterfowl conservation. [+] Read More








Programa Internacional para el Reporte de Anillos RESERVA Curso de Capacitación John E. Walker Society