The Punta Mazo Nature Reserve is located in San Quintín Bay, Baja California, it is described as an occidental peninsula that gives form and shape to the entire bay, and also is responsible of the ecological and oceanographic conditions of the existence of the Lagoon Complex.
On October 24, 2014, Terra Peninsular obtained the certification of Punta Mazo as an Area Voluntarily Destined to Conservation (ADVC in Spanish) through the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP) with the number CONANP-379/2014. Since then, we’ve worked to manage and protect this 6-mile long area of acres.
The reserve is currently well preserved and is formed by dunes, maritime succulent scrub, wetlands, marshals, and volcanic ones, it presents a Mediterranean climate (it belongs to the only region in Mexico with this type of climate) and it’s located in the south limit of the California Floristic Province, a biodiversity hotspot.
HOW TO GET THERE?
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