5th San Quintín Bay Bird Festival

Reading Time: 2 minutes This event is an opportunity to see the exctinct volcanoes and wetlands of San Quintín Bay, disconnect from everyday urban life and be in touch with nature and birds.  Witness the bird migration on November 8 and 9 at the 5th San Quintín Bay Bird Festival! Program of activities Download…

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On the Move! Long-Billed Curlew Winter Migration

Reading Time: 5 minutes By Erica Gaeta / Seasonal Field Technician at Terra Peninsular Long-billed curlews (Numenius americanus) are on the move once again! As their short breeding season concludes, most curlews are making their way back to their non-breeding grounds throughout Mexico and southwestern United States. During the 2019 long-billed curlew breeding season…

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Celebrating International Women’s Day in Nature

Reading Time: 2 minutes By Claudia Guzmán / Community Engagement Coordinator at Terra Peninsular To celebrate International Women’s Day in San Quintín Bay, we performed two recreational activities on March 23 and 24 of 2019. We wanted to promote the environmental value of San Quintín Bay, the ownership of natural areas by women who…

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Young photographers will participate in exhibition in the USA

Reading Time: 2 minutes This article was translated by Oscar Gómez The photography club “Huellas Volcánicas” of San Quintín has been invited to participate in a collective exhibition in the United States.  The collective exhibition “Rise” is an initiative of the Climate Science Alliance organization and will be inaugurated on August 13th at Idyllwild…

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Monitoring of Snowy Plover with GPS Tags in Ensenada

Reading Time: 3 minutes 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…

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Ecotourism Micro-Enterprises Workshop in La Paz

Reading Time: 2 minutes By Claudia Guzmán / Community Engagement Coordinator of Terra Peninsular In La Paz, Baja California Sur, the workshop “Introduction to the administration of tourist micro-enterprises” was held. This training is part of the program to strengthen ecotourism companies in San Quintín that is carried out in collaboration with RED de…

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Binational Monitoring of Wintering Long-Billed Curlews

Reading Time: 7 minutes 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.

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