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CIEMA Wildlife Rescue Center

wildlifeCIEMA Wildlife Rescue Center – offering free services for wild animals in need – located in Cozumel, Mexico.
Cozumel is known for its natural beauty of the reefs, jungles, beaches, and exotic animals. Unfortunately, a disturbing situation is forming in that development, expansion, and growth of urban areas, as well as new Real Estate projects,  are encroaching on the natural jungles and mangroves that have provided homes to millions of birds and wild animals. There are currently no programs in Cozumel to address the issue of saving these animals from displacement and there are no designated areas of refuge, which can only result in a tragic ending.
CIEMA (Centro para la conservation, Investigacion, y Educacion del Medio Ambiente) is a non-profit association that was created in 2005. The association since its inception has been helping wild animals through medical services, temporary shelters, rescuing and providing homes to animals in developing areas, and rehabilitation programs to release the animals back into the wild.

CIEMA Wildlife Rescue Center – offering free services for wild animals in need – located in Cozumel, Mexico.
Cozumel is known for its natural beauty of the reefs, jungles, beaches, and exotic animals. Unfortunately, a disturbing situation is forming in that development, expansion, and growth of urban areas, as well as new Real Estate projects,  are encroaching on the natural jungles and mangroves that have provided homes to millions of birds and wild animals. There are currently no programs in Cozumel to address the issue of saving these animals from displacement and there are no designated areas of refuge, which can only result in a tragic ending.
CIEMA (Centro para la conservation, Investigacion, y Educacion del Medio Ambiente) is a non-profit association that was created in 2005. The association since its inception has been helping wild animals through medical services, temporary shelters, rescuing and providing homes to animals in developing areas, and rehabilitation programs to release the animals back into the wild.

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