Nature and Culture International’s Monte Mojino Reserve has grown from a small reserve to 6,800 ha of tropical deciduous forests, riparian forests, and pine-oak forests covering about 10% of the total area of the Cucujaqui River watershed. Because of its location in the western Sierra Madre where the neartic zone meets the neotropical zone, the area is very biologically diverse, and home to over 200 species of birds. Next year, with funding from the SJV and in collaboration with researchers from the region, NCI will start a more in-depth study regarding habitat use and requirements of cavity-nesters in Monte Mojino Reserve.
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