Biologists in Honduras recently learned a new skill to help with biodiversity studies. With a $7,200 grant from MCHF and support from other groups, the Honduran Association of Ornithology (ASHO) held a workshop where they trained biologists how to climb in the canopy of trees.
This training and equipment allow them to expand the types of conservation research they can perform. Plus, they learn to see the forest and themselves in a new way. MCHF’s Migratory Bird Advisory Team recommended that we fund this project to advance conservation and our partnership with Honduras.