Love is in the air on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. About 45,000 flamingos flock annually to these protected wetlands to mate. Head of the National Park for the Mexican Flamingo, Marco Antonio Plata says the wetlands are important for flamingo monitoring and conservation. Flamingo habitats are under threat and residents of the area are aware of the need to protect the birds, some have even banded together to launch eco-tours.
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