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And Support Conservation Efforts

Please support us today with your donation so we can continue conserving the world’s aquatic resources through direct action, research, and education throughout the world.

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Choose a CMA Research Institute Program to Support

You can designate your gift to one of our individual conservation programs below. You can also make your gift a monthly donation to provide a recurring contribution for ongoing coastal conservation and education efforts.

Manatee Conservation in the U.S.

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Help fund our ongoing manatee research in the United States.

Your gift will help us monitor and conserve manatee populations in the Southeastern U.S.

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Manatee Conservation in Belize

manatee rescue in Belize

Help fund our ongoing manatee research and conservation efforts in Belize.

Your gift will help spread public awareness and conserve manatee populations in Belize.

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Manatee Conservation in Cuba

Help fund our ongoing manatee research and conservation efforts in Cuba.

Your gift will help spread public awareness and conserve manatee populations in Cuba.

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Right Whale Conservation

Help fund our ongoing right whale research.

Your gift will help us protect the highly endangered North Atlantic right whale by educating the public and gathering critical data on the species, while also warning mariners of whale presence which decreases the chance of lethal ship strikes.

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Right whale research conducted and photographs collected under NOAA research permit #15488.

 

Florida Springs Protection

manatees at florida spirng

Help fund our ongoing Florida springs habitat conservation efforts.

Your gift will help safeguard precious natural spring habitats in Florida, which support manatees and other native aquatic life.

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Marine Debris Education

marine debris exhibit

Help fund our mobile marine debris classroom program.

Your gift will help us reduce marine debris through beach cleanups, outreach to schools, and public education.

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Only 1 in 1,000 sea turtles survive to adulthood. It’s crucial that we give them the best chance at survival.

This means if you see a nest hatching, or a hatchling racing to the water, 💡🙅‍♂️keep your lights out & hands off👐🙅‍♀️! If you find an injured or disoriented hatchling (away from the water, off the beach, etc.) call CMA or your local law enforcement before interfering. Be a sea turtle hero by following these rules! #TurtleTuesday
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