Latin America is the most biologically diverse region of the world and of critical importance to wildlife conservation efforts in the Western Hemisphere and globally. Aside from providing important habitat for many species, including many that are shared with the United States, Latin America's ecosystems help reduce the severity of climate change impacts, provide important economic benefits, and are critical for regional stability. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Latin America Regional Program works with a wide range of partners to conserve priority species, habitats, and ecological processes across landscapes with high biodiversity value in Mexico and Central and South America.

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