We had our first beach cleanup in the Monte Ceniza Nature Reserve on September 23, 2017.
Engage with the CEC’s new online resource and learn how you can help conserve at-risk migratory shorebirds along North America’s Pacific and Atlantic flyways.
Upcoming birdwatching course in San Quintin Bay, Baja California, given by Jonathan Vargas. The 4-day course it’s aimed to the general public and San Quintin inhabitants (limited number of participants).
In this issue you will find the following articles: TERRA NEWS “¡Ponte guapo! Learn about our fundraising campaign”, by Bárbara Ramírez (page 5) “2017 Waterkeeper Alliance Conference” (page 9) FLORA “Blue carbon and its value for society”, by Andrew Gray and Elizabeth Watson (page 11) SPECIAL ARTICLE “Sierra San Pedro…
Terra Peninsular announced during a press conference its first participation in the 9th Baja Seafood Expo in Ensenada, with the photographic exhibition “Ángeles de Bahía”, composed of 14 photographs taken by José “el Güero” Arce Smith.
BY JONATHAN VARGAS AND ANTONIETA VALENZUELA Ensenada is an important site for shorebirds, since every year some species spend the winter in the bay and others breed there during the summer. Shorebirds are a group of birds that live in coastal environments and have specific characteristics to adapt and survive…
Biology graduate students from the Iztacala Faculty of Superior Studies of the National Autonomous University of Mexico will participate in an internship program at the nonprofit organization Terra Peninsular.
Biology students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM in Spanish) will collaborate with Terra Peninsular as part of their social service program.
In Mexico, 50 tires are thrown away every minute, that is, 25 million tires every year and 250 million in 10 years. This was explained by Patricia García and Hugo López from Taller de Reutilización de Llantas (a local group that seeks to promote tire recycling) during a workshop given in San Quintin on June 10 and 11, 2017.
Youth in 12 communities linked to seven important migratory shorebird sites along North America’s Atlantic and Pacific flyways, participated in the creation of the “Connecting People through Shorebirds” friendship quilt.