Results on the First Birdwatching Marathon in San Quintín

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Birdwatching Marathon consisted of: identifying the most bird species during the festival, promoting bird watching in San Quintín Bay as a healthy activity and providing entertainment for all ages and to highlight the importance of this place for bird conservation. Children and teens that participated in the marathon were very enthusiastic, looking for all the possible birds during the bird watching tours and writing them down on their pocket guides.

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San Quintin residents learn to recycle tires

San Quintin residents learn to recycle tires

Reading Time: 2 minutes 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.

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New Destination Agreement in San Quintín

Reading Time: 2 minutes A new Destination Agreement (Acuerdo de Destino) was published in the Official Journal of the Federation (from Diario Oficial de la Federación) on September 14, 2016 and establishes the protection of ​​123,598.95 square meters of federal maritime zone known as Monte Ceniza, San Quintín.

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Black brant count in Baja California

Reading Time: 4 minutes The black brant (Branta bernicla nigricans) is a goose that travels long distances to spend the winter and spring almost exclusively in the west coast of the United States and northwestern of Mexico, mainly in Baja California. Nearly 85% of the black brant population winters in four coastal lagoons of Baja California.

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