What We Achieved in 2021

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 3 minutos We are very excited to share what we accomplished this year thanks to the support of volunteers, donors and companies interested in protecting the natural heritage of Baja California. Today we protect over 130,000 acres of natural areas in Ensenada, Sierra de San Pedro Martir, San Quintin and El Rosario through different conservation categories. TheseContinue reading “What We Achieved in 2021”

Rewriting the Story of the Giant Sea Bass

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 9 minutos By Arturo Ramírez, Timothy Rowell, Leticia Cavole, Arturo Hernández, Isaí Domínguez, Antonio Gomez, Edgardo Ochoa, Jhonatan Castro, Tomás Camacho and Jorge Torre The world was very different when we started this research project in March 2017. Social interactions and face masks were only common in hospitals. International news was a colorful mosaic of topics andContinue reading “Rewriting the Story of the Giant Sea Bass”

Responsible Tourism Meeting

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 2 minutos By Mirna Borrego and Vitza Cabrera Given the growing demand of visitors at the natural areas in San Quintin, together with the Secretariat of Sustainable Economy and Tourism we convened the first meeting for responsible tourism aimed at local and regional tourism service providers. The goal was to provide information on the importance of goodContinue reading “Responsible Tourism Meeting”

The Work of the Forest Brigade

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 3 minutos By Charlotte Vizzuett and Antonieta Valenzuela  The Forest Brigade is group of firefighters and park rangers working together to manage and fight wildfires in Baja California. During 2020, 141 wildfires were registered in Baja California, affecting more than 79,000 hectares and 7,717 days per person were dedicated to fighting the fires in the state. InContinue reading “The Work of the Forest Brigade”

Sixth San Quintin Bay Bird Festival

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 6 minutos The sixth edition of the San Quintin Bay Bird Festival was possible thanks to 200 people. This year we launched a virtual and in-person schedule to celebrate migratory shorebirds that come to the bay every year. More than 35,000 migratory shorebirds rest and feed in this natural sanctuary that we protect every day. The pillarsContinue reading “Sixth San Quintin Bay Bird Festival”

Thank You Home Depot Mexico

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 1 minuto ThThis year we received paint buckets and tools as a donation from Home Depot Mexico. These materials will be used to maintain the facilities of the nature reserves that we protect, so that these facilities will be in the best conditions to receive visitors. And the tools (shovels, chainsaws, picks, rakes, machetes, axes, helmets andContinue reading “Thank You Home Depot Mexico”

Branta Negra Beer Takes Flight

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 3 minutos Hace algunos años con la jovialidad y emoción de nuestro 15 aniversario emprendimos un proyecto que no hubiera sido posible sin nuestros amigos de Cerveceria Escafandra y A few years ago, with the joy and excitement of our 15th anniversary, we undertook a project that would not have been possible without our friends from EscafandraContinue reading “Branta Negra Beer Takes Flight”

What is the Public Use Program?

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 4 minutos By Vitza Cabrera There is a great variety of productive and recreational activities in San Quintin. If we manage to understand, organize and plan them, each of these activities can develop in a harmonious way. Everyone can have access to the bay and enjoy it, as well as contribute to its protection.  For this reason,Continue reading “What is the Public Use Program?”