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The two best ways to get a clear look at a reef are from either under the water’s surface or from high above in the air.

It’s only from the cockpit of a small aircraft that the communities of seagrass beds, mudflats, and mangroves that feed the health of the reef are seen as connected to these offshore gems. LightHawk has donated flight to bring into sharp focus the health of the second largest in the world reef, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, and the undersea inhabitants that depend on the health of its larger ecosystem.