In last week’s episode we learned that Mexico is vital to many of our favorite North American duck species. Managing waterfowl that spans North America’s entirety requires collective efforts, continental scale. After all, a chain’s only as strong as its weakest link. What are habitat conditions like in Mexico, how productive are they, how much do they have? What are some of the greatest habitat threats? At the human level, how do you foster appreciation for such vital wetlands in a country where relatively few citizens hunt? What can be done to conserve wetlands and who’s doing what? Eduardo Carerra, CEO of Ducks Unlimited Mexico (DUMAC) covers these topics expertly as he and Ramsey continue their fascinating conversation about meaningful waterfowl conservation in Mexico.