We’re a Mexican nonprofit organization committed to the conservation and protection of the wildlife and natural ecosystems of Baja California
With your support we have protected over 130,000 acres of natural areas in Baja California
Our goal is to protect natural areas in Baja California in the long term through a strategy that contemplates legal protection, adaptive management and ongoing work with communities.
We have a presence in northwestern Mexico and our conservation efforts are concentrated in the western coast of Baja California, mainly in Ensenada, Sierra San Pedro Martir, San Quintin and El Rosario.
The nature reserves we protect are home to endangered plants and animals
We organize the San Quintin Bird Festival to raise awareness on bird conservation
The San Quintin kangaroo rat was rediscovered and now has a safe habitat
We received the Group Partners in Flight Stewardship award in recognition of our bird conservation efforts
Learn more about the ways to help
- Make a gift.
- Fundraising campaigns.
- Visit the nature reserves.
- Volunteer and job opportunities.
- Upcoming events.
Learn more about our conservation projects in our free online magazine
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Join our mailing list and be part of the community of people interested in protecting Baja California.