GUYANA: The Barima-Mora Passage – Region One – “Most intact mangrove ecosystems”

REEL GUYANA Video: Premiered on November 15, 2020

Guyana’s most intact mangrove ecosystems are found within a very special place in Region One, known as the Barima-Mora Passage. Beyond its rich mangrove population, this area is home to a number of IUCN red listed species, rich biodiversity, and incredible indigenous culture.    

This documentary aims to raise awareness to the urgent need to protect such ecosystems, that are ultimately essential to ensuring that Guyana’s people and coastal biodiversity remain resilient to the threats of climate change.

. . . [ This production would not have been possible without the support of Iwokrama and Caribbean Aqua Terrestrial Solutions (CATS)*]   Video Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5ThLJ1GJvA 

CLICK MAP TO ENLARGE– The Mora Passage connects the Waini River to the Barima River- near to Mabaruma.

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