Sites of Archaeological Value Found in Southern Baja California

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 4 minutos Through a collaboration between Terra Peninsular and the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), 10 sites with graphic-rock art manifestations that could be around 3 thousand years old were found in the southern area of Baja California. The remains are located in different ranches in El Rosario, south of the Valle Tranquilo Nature Reserve,Continue reading “Sites of Archaeological Value Found in Southern Baja California”

Working Together to Protect the Natural Areas of San Quintin

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 4 minutos Baja California has an extensive territory full of natural wonders, one of them are the wetlands of San Quintin Bay, which besides being a place rich in flora and fauna, also has blue carbon.  With that in mind, the Secretary of Environment and Sustainable Development together with Terra Peninsular organized a tour to the wetlandsContinue reading “Working Together to Protect the Natural Areas of San Quintin”

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”

New Alliance Aims to Protect Shorebirds in Ensenada

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 4 minutos Organizations and private companies announced in a press conference that they joined efforts to protect migratory shorebirds that nest during the summer in Bahía de Todos Santos, with this goal in mind they created the campaign “La playa es de todos” (The beach belongs to everyone, in English).