Guaymas - recent
1. Mid of bird on tree branch
2. Various of birds in swamp
3. Wide of town of Guaymas
4. Wide shot of Mauricio Cervantes, Director of Conservation International's northwest Mexico office, walking up the steps outside his workplace
5. Set up Mauricio Cervantes at desk
6. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Mauricio Cervantes, Director of Conservation International's northwest Mexico office:
"In the case of coastal wetlands, the principal fauna that uses these ecosystems as corridors is precisely aquatic birds, particularly migrating aquatic birds. Although there are various levels of migration, the most important in terms of numbers are the aquatic birds like ducks, and geese that in their migratory process use all these coastal wetlands as stopovers."
7. Close of Cervantes' hands typing
8. Close of Cervantes' face as he works
9. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Mauricio Cervantes, Director of Conservation International's northwest Mexico office
"So for them to feed themselves, they require sites at least every 100 kilometres so that in their process and in each migratory stage they have the necessary elements for their feeding and rest."
10. Close of Cervantes showing the protected wildlife areas on a map of northwest Mexico
11. Mid of Alejandra Padilla, spokesperson for Conservation International's northwest Mexico office
Bahia de Lobos (Wolf Bay) - recent
12. Mid of Padilla driving a green pickup truck in the Yaqui tribal area on the Bahia de Lobos (Wolf Bay)
13. Pan left of boys from the Yaqui tribe pushing the truck across a stretch of flooded road
14. Wide of the boys asking Padilla for money
15. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Alejandra Padilla, spokesperson for Conservation International's northwest Mexico office
"In Conservational International's programme for northwest Mexico, we are working on a wetlands corridor project that goes from the southern part of the state of Sonora, which is where we are now, up to the northern part of the state of Nayarit."
16. Wide of a birds walking in shallow water
17. Wide of water with shacks in the background
18. Wide of two young Yaqui men on bikes
19. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Margarito, Yaqui tribe member (would not give last name)
"Here they are raised, here they are born, we don't kill them, we don't bother them. We just watch them like this, flying. Because it's really nice to hear their songs, their noises, all that."
20. Mid of bird on branch
21. Wide of goats and a sheep dog
22. Close of tree damaged by Hurricane Henriette
23. Wide of cattle and a cowboy in wetland area
24. Mid of cattle walking through the water
25. Wide of a bird in the water
26. Wide of water in the Estero del Soldado (Soldier's Marsh) near Guaymas, Sonora
27. Close of white flowers by the Estero del Soldado
28. Close of shells and gravel on the ground
Mexico City - recent
29. Wide of the CONANP, the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas
30. Mid of Cesar Sanchez, Strategic Project Leader at the CONANP, leaving his office
31. Close of the CONANP logo on Cesar Sanchez' shirt
32. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Cesar Sanchez, Strategic Project Leader at the CONANP
"In the great majority we are talking about migratory aquatic birds that require these sites to feed and reproduce in their migratory and wintering processes."
33. Pan left of Sanchez walking
34. Close of feet walking
35. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Cesar Sanchez, Strategic Project Leader at the CONANP:
"Let's remember that wetlands are pumps of coastal productivity and in the states that I mentioned to you, fishing is a fundamental activity for the region's economic activities."
36. Wide shot of Yaqui men looking at a boat's outboard engine
37. Wide shot of a boy climbing up and standing on a boat on dry land
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