Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: < 1 minuto We greatly regret the departure of Barbara Massey, a very dear person who, with her passion for conservation and concern for theconservation of wetlands, supported the founding of nonprofits such as Pro Esteros and Terra Peninsular. We send a big hug to her family and loved ones, her legacy will remain with us for manyContinue reading “Rest in Peace, Barbara Massey”
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 5 minutos By Jorge Luis Basave Castillo This article was translated by Amairani Márquez and Manuel Eduardo Mendoza Few doubt about the biocultural diversity of Mexico and the importance of urgently encouraging sustainable development. What is less known is that most of the natural resources of Mexico are on socially and privately owned lands, which requires aContinue reading “What are Areas Destined for Conservation?”
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 5 minutos By Vitza Cabrera Roads or trails are the beginning of an adventure. They are the trace that marks the course that will take us from one place to another, allowing us to discover and giving us the possibility to reach new heights or enjoy new landscapes. If we think about it, roads are part ofContinue reading “Why Are Trails Important?”
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 3 minutos Did you know that 9 out of 10 fires are caused by human activities? Learn how you can help prevent wildfires when you go camping or hiking in natural areas. Remember that in Baja California the fire season is between March and November, the most critical months are June, July, August and September. We liveContinue reading “How To Prevent Forest Fires?”
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”
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 2 minutos By Vitza Cabrera A park ranger is the person involved in the protection and preservation of natural, historical or cultural areas, according to the International Federation of Park Rangers. Therefore, a park ranger protects natural resources, and teaches us the importance of the area we visit.
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 3 minutos By Charlotte Vizzuett Sentinels of Baja California find inspiration in the natural beauty of the peninsula and it motivates us to ensure the conservation of these natural spaces, from the volcanic valley and the undulating channels of the San Quintín wetland to the snowy mountains of San Pedro Mártir. We are so excited to announceContinue reading “Our Spokespersons: Meltí”
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 2 minutos By Mariana Espinosa In March 2021, Terra Peninsular joined the RED OJA, a network to strengthen and make visible the collective work of young people in forests and territorial connectivity. By being part of this network we will have the opportunity to make visible the efforts we make in Baja California, connect and join actionsContinue reading “We Are Part of RED OJA”
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: < 1 minuto Exciting news! We’re very happy to share that we recently received the 2020 Institutionality and Transparency Accreditation granted by the Centro Mexicano para la Filantropía (Cemefi), Mexico’s leading and most respected private nonprofit coordination and empowerment association.
Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 2 minutos By Antonieta Valenzuela and Charlotte Vizzuett Partners in Flight Awards recognize individuals or groups that contribute significantly to the conservation of migratory and resident birds, as well as the restoration of endangered habitats in the American continent.