Wildlife Aviation Launching "Operation Desert Ghosts"

Wildlife Aviation Launching "Operation Desert Ghosts"

In February 2020, Wildlife Aviation will be launching an ambitious aerial conservation project covering two historic U.S. National Monuments and two National Wildlife Refuges over the remote borderlands region of southern Arizona. 

Using specifically designed, manned-aircraft and working with established NGO's, State/Federal Agencies and research Universities, Wildlife Aviation, will track and monitor five endangered species: the Pronghorn Antelope, Desert Bighorn Sheep, Jaguar, Ocelot and Mexican Gray Wolf.

The video data collected will be used as one method to gather accurate numbers of these species, determine any effects on these animals and their habitats by the Border Wall, illegal off-roading and human migration; and to help identify possible locations for land bridges along the Interstate Highway 8 and 10 corridors.   

Help Extend Our Mission

Your contributions help make our mission over this stressed ecosystem possible.

Your donations will shape the future of and create a sustainable environment for flora and fauna of this vast Borderlands Region .

Your continued support will help Wildlife Aviation:  
  • Monitor via manned aircraft 1+ million acres of pristine borderlands desert which would include, but not limited to:
    • Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
    • Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge
    • Sanora Desert National Monument
    • Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Monitor/Track and document five endangered species which include:
    • Pronghorn Antelope
    • Desert Bighorn Sheep
    • Jaguar
    • Ocelot
    • Mexican Gray Wolf

© 2017 | Wildlife Aviation Group is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all donations are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. 
With 120+ years of military and commercial aviation, international expeditionary logistics, intelligence/risk analysis and aviation training - expert solutions for austere environments, Wildlife Aviation Group is committed to becoming a permanent part of the wildlife management and global anti-poaching efforts. 


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