Gulf 360: State of the Gulf of Mexico

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WILDLIFE MIGRATION Bird, Turtle, and Whale Shark Migration Bird Turtle Whale Shark (Southern Gulf Only) Coastal Belt

These tracks and flyways are examples of the many migratory routes that exist in the Gulf of Mexico region. Additional routes are known to exist and making that data available for mapping would aid in the decision making process for our Gulf-wide natural resources.

GULF OF MEXICO

International Boundaries

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State/Province Borders 0

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Sources: U.S. Census/TIGER INEGIONE (2010); ONE (2010); ESRI (2008); NationalAtlas.gov (2004); USGS, NGA, Audubon NASA, GEBCO, CGIAR, Intermap, Oregon Metro Sources: U.S. Census/TIGER (2010); (2010); INEGI (2010); (2010); ESRI (2008); NationalAtlas.gov (2004); Shaver, D. (2011); National Society (2012); CONANP (2008)

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(2012); Shaver, D. (2011); National Audubon Society (2012); De La Parra Venegas, R. (2008)