A Festival to Celebrate Birds

Reading Time: 7 minutes By Claudia Guzmán and Mirna Borrego On November 8 and 9, 2019, we once again welcomed more than 25,000 traveling birds that annually visit San Quintin Bay on their journey along the Pacific Flyway. San Quintin’s natural features provide shelter and food to thousands of birds, it is a unique…

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18 Years of Conservation for Baja California

18 Years of Conservation for Baja California

Reading Time: 6 minutes Text by Bárbara Ramírez The Baja California peninsula is an area of great ecological importance and a biodiversity hotspot that is rapidly disappearing due to the unconscious growth of cities. To counteract this loss of habitat, Terra Peninsular has focused on land protection in Baja California since 2001. 14,391 acres…

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Handmade Jewelry Workshop for San Quintín Communities

Reading Time: 3 minutes By Claudia Guzmán / Community Engagement Coordinator in Terra Peninsular This article was translated by Amairani Márquez and Manuel Eduardo Mendoza Given the need to find creative solutions that respond to a better natural resources management and the improvement of the living conditions of the communities, the project “Alternatives for…

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