Biology students from the University of the Americas Puebla (UDLAP) and his professor, Alejandro Arias del Razo, explored Baja California from March 8 to 15, 2020.
The group of students visited the Sierra San Pedro Mártir National Park, the nature reserves of Punta Mazo, Monte Ceniza and Valle Tranquilo; the trip ended at Guerrero Negro at a whale watching tour.
This trip was possible thanks to the support of Jiji Foundation.
This experiencie is part of a collaboration between UDLAP and Terra Peninsular that began in 2018 to promote exchanges of experiences and internship opportunities.
As a result, in 2018 and 2018 students from UDLAP, UABC and UNAM have completed their internships at Terra Peninsular.
- When in Conservation, do as the Bajacalifornians do (Issue #12, August 2018).
- A Look at Terrestrial Mammals in Baja California (Issue #14, February 2019).
- A Journey Worth Taking: Baja California (Issue #16, August 2019).
- Biology and Photography: Tools for Conservation (Issue #17, November 2019).