Land Protection Coordinator, Verónica Meza


Veronica obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC, its acronym in Spanish) and a Master’s of Science Degree in Use, Management, and Preservation of Natural Resources with a focus on Arid Environments, from the Northwest Center for Biological Research (CIBNOR, its acronym in Spanish).

Since the beginning of her career she has worked with different NGOs, and has participated in various research projects, including a study to define the reproductive season of the lizard Aspidoscelis hyperythra through hormonal and color analysis. Currently, she works as Habitat Protection Program Coordinator in Terra Peninsular. Her efforts are focused on developing conservation and land management projects in San Quintín Bay, Valle Tranquilo, the Guadalupe watershed, and the San Simón watershed.