By Jonathan Vargas / Bird Conservation Projects Associate We are very happy to share some of the results to protect the snowy plover in Bahía de Todos Santos, in Ensenada. Last week we placed GPS tags on 10 snowy plovers. In total, 6 males and 4 females were banded, and…
I participated in a workshop in Bahía Ceuta, Sinaloa, to learn how to place GPS tags in snowy plovers (Charadrius nivosus).
The long-billed curlew (Numenius americanus) is the largest shorebird in North America and relies on a variety of grassland, agricultural, and coastal habitats. It is a species of conservation concern due to population decline, caused by a variety of factors including habitat loss and human disturbance.
Bárbara and César traveled to Alaska to attend the Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival in Cordova and to learn about recreational activities.
On May 4, 2019 the Ensenada Urban Birds Program (PAU in Spanish) participated in one of the largest citizen science contests of the year.
We visited the symbolic temporary protection fence that we installed onApril to protect the snowy plover nests in front of Pacífica at Ensenada Bay.
Terra Peninsular was established on April 20, 2001 in Ensenada with the mission of protecting the ecosystems and wildlife of Baja California.
By Terra Peninsular On April 18, 2017, the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (Conanp) certified the Monte Ceniza Nature Reserve, located in San Quintín. The nature reserve of 1984 acres is owned by Terra Peninsular and is protected for exclusive conservation purposes. Monte Ceniza was certified as an Area…
The California condor is a carrion-eater bird that was close to the brink of extinction and in our country was extinct for several years.
The idea of the Branta Negra beer arose to respond to the need of having more sources of funding to continue conservation projects in Baja California.