Combining Biology and Photography

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 7 minutos By Carolina Mildred Rivera Almost at the end of my university life, one of my dreams came true. For a long time,  I have dreamed of traveling to little-known places to explore and marvel at nature, and at the same time, to show others what my eyes observed, just like in the nature and wildlifeContinue reading “Combining Biology and Photography”

Good News: We Won Our Legal Battle

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 8 minutos After an extensive legal process, Terra Peninsular won the trial against 9 people with illegally issued property titles on protected natural areas of San Quintin, this was confirmed by the court when it ruled in favor of the civil association. “We are very excited to know that justice was done, these natural reserves were inContinue reading “Good News: We Won Our Legal Battle”

10 Things To Do in San Quintin

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 6 minutos Por Antonieta Valenzuela y Vitza Cabrera Discover the natural attractions that San Quintin offers: beaches, dunes, wetlands, volcanoes and nature reserves where endangered wildlife is protected. Visiting the wetlands. Walking the Monte Ceniza trail. Visiting the oyster fields. Taking photos at the Mirador Valle Volcanico. Eating at La Chorera. Taking photos of the sunset onContinue reading “10 Things To Do in San Quintin”

Why Are Trails Important?

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?”

COVID-19 Information for Visitors in the Nature Reserves

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 5 minutos We’re currently following the measures by the state government to help prevent the spread of COVID-19; therefore, an entrance protocol will be implemented to guarantee the health and well-being of visitor and park rangers. This regulation will be applicable as long as Mexico’s traffic light system remains red, orange and yellow in Baja California. OnceContinue reading “COVID-19 Information for Visitors in the Nature Reserves”

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”

10 Benefits of the Natural Protected Areas in San Quintin

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 7 minutos By Vitza Cabrera, Mirna Borrego and Antonieta Valenzuela San Quintin is a unique place surrounded by wetlands, dunes, sandy beaches and volcanoes, many of these sites are within protected natural areas, which are spaces of great natural beauty that provide many benefits, such as: Contribute to productive activities Help purify the air we breathe ImproveContinue reading “10 Benefits of the Natural Protected Areas in San Quintin”

One Week as a Park Ranger

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 5 minutos By Charlotte Vizzuett The work of the park rangers is one of those tasks that we imagine as a constant walk through trails with spectacular views in paradisiacal places. Although part of their activities are carried out in natural areas that they help protect, there is also the other part of the work, the oneContinue reading “One Week as a Park Ranger”