Welcome to CONREHABIT
CONREHABIT, AC, (Conservation and Rehabilitation of the Habitat) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the awareness of the effects of economic development on the fragile Mexican tropical dry forest ecosystem. CONREHABIT promotes conservation efforts in northwestern Mexico, actively seeks to educate the public in the importance of conservation, works with governmental agencies to minimize the detrimental effects of development on the local ecosystem, and maintains facilities for the study of, and rehabilitation of wildlife.
Membership is comprised of Mexicans and expatriates who are interested in saving this unique environment. Our members have a variety of backgrounds with many Mexican doctoral and masters level professionals with specialties in the fields of biology, veterinary medicine and wildlife rehabilitation; Jose Antonio Calderon, Ph.D. in biological science and Sergio Rendon of the National Autonomous University of Mexico-Institute of Marine Science, Juan Antonio BArragán, Marine Biologist, Martha Armenta, Educational Science, Sergio Escutia, Shrimp farmer and veterinarian Gino Saracco are representative of those professions who lend their support and knowledge to the activities of CONREHABIT, A.C.
CONREHABIT, A.C. was created in memory of Kittie Jepson, who was founder of the wildlife wing in the Mazatlan Aquarium and Aldo Barragan Arias, a young veterinarian who dedicated much of his brief life to altruistic projects within our community.
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