Members projects

The iniciative

MigraMar developed the concept of MigraVía (Spanish for swimway, marine migratory conectivity corridor) in response to the need to implement special regulated areas that allow safeguarding the connectivity and integrity of both open water and reef ecosystems between the different MPAs in the region.
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Cetaceans in the Pacific

From north to south conservation initiatives for connectivity and transit.
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Conservation for sharks

In recent years, sharks have become an important living resource, with an ever increasing number of dive tourists visiting the region to experience swimming in the midst of schools of hammerheads, or having a close encounter with the world’s biggest fish – the whale shark-.
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Protecting turtles at sea, where they spend most of their lives

All sea turtle species are imperiled by detrimental human activities at sea. Critically endangered populations, like East Pacific leatherbacks, are on the verge of extinction.
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Monitoring for Mantas an Mobulas

Mantas and Mobula Conservation in the Pacific of Costa Rica
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Tunas, Swordfish and others

Swordfish movement and its associated environment.
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