Photography is a way to show the peninsula’s landscapes and natural treasures, and keeping this on mind, Terra Peninsular sponsored the photography exhibition called “Azul de oro”, which was inaugurated on December 2016 in Katsuo Museum, in Ensenada.
From October 26 to 28, the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) organized a reunion with Pacific Flyway site representatives that are part of the Arctic Migratory Birds Initiative (AMBI).
Piper is a short film by Disney Pixar that lasts six minutes and tells a story of shorebirds foraging on a typical sandy beach of the California region, and Ensenada -located in Baja California- is part of this region.
Community Engagement is one of the three programs of Terra Peninsular, and part of its strategies include promoting the natural beauty of Baja California and the conservation actions that are applied to maintain that beauty.
Terra Peninsular’s year-end fundraising campaign called CUIDANDO LA CASA will be from November 29 to December 31, 2016 and it coincides with #GivingTuesday, a global movement that each year wants to encourage and multiply the good deeds of the people.
The Temporary Employment Program of the Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources of Mexico was implemented for the second consecutive year in San Quintín between August and October 2016.
Terra Peninsular’s Annual Bird Festival was held for the second consecutive year in La Chorera, San Quintín on November 5, 2016.
The Temporary Employment Program of environmental monitoring was part of the efforts to protect the area of San Quintín Bay through the Community Environmental Monitoring Committee.
Sometimes strange things happen. Today, when I arrived to Panteón Inglés Wetland —without a soul, not a human, car or bicycle around— I found under a structure a young woman, she was alone.
Ángeles de Bahía photo exhibition was officially opened on September 21, 2016 at La Covacha Foro, in Ensenada, as part of the program of activities of Imaginaria Festival.