July 7, 2016

Conservation and strategies


We focus our environmental conservation work in Baja California, altough we have presence in other states in Northwestern Mexico like Sonora, Sinaloa and Baja California Sur.

Terra Peninsular protects and manages:

  • Reserva Natural Valle Tranquilo, located south Ensenada, between San Quintín and El Rosario.
  • Reserva Natural Punta Mazo, located within San Quintín Bay.
  • Reserva Natural Rancho La Concepción, in the Sierra San Pedro Mártir.
  • Reserva Natural Monte Ceniza, in San Quintín Bay.
  • Destination agreements in San Quintín.
  • Concessions in San Quintín.

Also Terra Peninsular has worked to protect San Quintín Bay with different certifications, such as:

  • WHSRN site.
  • RAMSAR site.
  • San Quintín BayWaterkeeper.


  • We work to conserve the natural ecosystems of the peninsula of Baja California.
  • We protect habitats that are home of many species to ensure their presence.
  • We seek to mantain the succesful functioning of ecological processes.

Terra Peninsular’s conservation projects are aligned to these programs and follow a logical sequence that connects all of them, to increase our conservation impact.

  • Identifying conservation sites where biodiversity requieres additional attention to survive.
  • Monitoring and implementing other conservation activities that guarantee habitat and species stability.
  • Promoting the value of natural spaces for local residents and the public to appreciate. By doing this, we make an effort to preserve the treasures of Baja California as a legacy for future generations.

We work on three strategies: