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By Vitza Cabrera, Ricardo Domínguez and Sean Meade
Photos by Sean Meade
This article appears in the issue no. 19 (July 2020) of Mediterranews magazine
At the beginning of the 1900’s the airboat was invented, although it is unclear where and how it all started, it is true that the first ones were completely different from the modern ones. A collection of trial-and-error lead to the actual configuration: a flat bottom, the pilot situated in an elevated position, the engine on the back, and the propel protected by a cage.
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By Mariana Espinosa and Aurora Torres
In order to implement measures against climate change in the Sierra de San Pedro Martir National Park and its area of influence, we participated in the Resilience Project between 2019 and mid-2020.
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By Andrea Sánchez Davidson
I lived near the Punta Banda estuary in 2017 and it inspired my love of birding. The Punta Banda estuary is located on the Pacific side of the Baja California peninsula, just south of Ensenada, Mexico.
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By Claudia Guzmán and Antonieta Valenzuela
Throughout June, a series of free webinars were given to build community support for shorebird conservation and to address immediate human disturbance issues at Bahia Todos Santos, in Ensenada, Mexico.
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Updated on July 30, 2020
As a precautionary measure against the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and following the instructions of the authorities, at Terra Peninsular we continue to work remotely and our office in Ensenada will remain closed until further notice.
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