With catalyst funding from Bently Foundation, BCI has launched a project to help bats migrating between the U.S. and Mexico. Agaves are an essential food source for Mexican long-nosed bats and lesser long-nosed bats, but the growth of the tequila and mezcal industries has had a detrimental impact on its availability. This ambitious ten-year project aims to remedy this shortage by planting tens of thousands of agave plants throughout the bats' migratory corridor.

With lead funding from Bently Foundation, SEE Turtles launched an advocacy campaign to educate tourists about turtleshell products. These products, though common in shops throughout Central America, are made from the shells of poached Hawksbill sea turtles, a critically endangered species. "Too Rare to Wear" helps people identify these products and strives to put an end to this practice for good.