Mediterranews Magazine

Mediterranews magazine seeks to inform about our conservation work, and also promote the natural heritage of the region and its importance. It’s published three times a year in March, July and November.

Issues

2021

Vol. 6 No. 21 | March 2021
Vol. 6 Issue 21 (March 2021)
Volume 6 issue 22
Vol. 6 Issue 22 (July 2021)
Vol. 6 Issue 23 (November 2021)

2020

Vol. 5 No. 18 (March 2020)
Vol. 5 Issue 18 (March 2020)
Vol. 5 No. 19 (July 2020)
Vol. 5 Issue 19 (July 2020)
 Volume 5 Issue 20
Vol. 5 Issue 20 (November 2020)

2019

Vol. 4 No. 14 (February 2019)
Vol. 4 Issue 14 (February 2019)
Vol. 4 Issue 15 (April 2019)
Vol. 4 Issue 15 (April 2019)
Vol. 4 Issue 16 (August 2019)
Vol. 4 Issue 16 (August 2019)
Vol. 4 Issue 17 (November 2019)
Vol. 4 Issue 17 (November 2019)

2018

Vol. 3 Issue 10 (February 2018)
Vol. 3 Issue 10 (February 2018)
Vol. 3 Issue 11 (April 2018)
Vol. 3 Issue 11 (April 2018)
Vol. 3 Issue 12 (August 2018)
Vol. 3 Issue 12 (August 2018)
Vol. 3 Issue 13 (November 2018)
Vol. 3 Núm. 13 (Noviembre 2018)

2017

Vol. 2 Issue 5 (February 2017)
Vol. 2 Issue 5 (February 2017)
Vol. 2 Issue 6 (April 2017)
Vol. 2 Issue 6 (April 2017)
Vol. 2 Issue 7 (June 2017)
Vol. 2 Issue 7 (June 2017)
Vol. 2 Issue 8 (August 2017)
Vol. 2 Issue 8 (August 2017)
Vol. 2 Issue 9 (December 2017)
Vol. 2 Issue 9 (December 2017)

2016

Vol. 1 Issue 1 (April 2016)
Vol. 1 Issue 1 (April 2016)
Vol. 1 Issue 2 (June 2016)
Vol. 1 Issue 2 (June 2016)
Vol. 1 Issue 3 (August 2016)
Vol. 1 Issue 3 (August 2016)
Vol. 1 Issue 4 (December 2016)
Vol. 1 Issue 4 (December 2016)

List of articles

Volume 6, Issue 23 (November 2021)

INTERVIEW

  • It’s About the Journey, Not the Destination (page 4).

MEET OUR ALLIES

  • Our Spokespersons: Meltí (page 5).
  • Thank you Hollie Böllen (page 9).
  • Nahuales and the Protectors of Baja (page 39).

ABOUT US

  • First Internship Program (page 8).

PERSPECTIVE

  • One Week as a Park Ranger (page 10).

ARTICLES

  • What Is a Park Ranger? (page 10).
  • An Approach to Ensenada Native Bees (page 17).
  • Making a Change From Home​: Native Gardens (page 21).
  • Responsible Tourism Meeting (page 23).
  • Rewriting the Story of the Giant Sea Bass (page 25).
  • 10 Benefits of the Natural Protected Areas in San Quintin (page 33).

INTERESTING FACTS

  • Monarch Butterfly Migration (page 13).

PROJECTS

  • Volunteers in the Sierra de San Pedro Martir (page 15).
  • The Work of Forest Firefighters (page 36).

NEWS

  • Thank You Home Depot (page 24).

GALLERY

  • Wildlife of the Nature Reserves (page 31).
Volume 6, Issue 22 (July 2021)

NEWS

  • Alliance for Healthier Communities (page 4).
  • We’re Part of RED OJA (page 10).
  • Protection Agreement for San Quintin Bay (page 19).

PROJECTS

  • What Is the Public Use Program? (page 5).

PERSPECTIVE

  • On the Fire Line (page 7).

ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS

  • Let’s Protect the Snowy Plover Between April and August (page 12).
  • Tips to Enjoy Nature Without Leaving Trace (page 18).

GALLERY

  • Nature Reserves (page 13).

FIELD NOTES

  • Endangered Dudleyas (page 21).

ARTICLES

  • How to Improve Your Garden with California Native Plants (page 15).
  • In Search of Bumblebees With Hands, Feet and Computers (page 26).
  • The Migratory Shorebird Project: A Decade of Biological Monitoring in Mexico (page 31).
  • Why Are Trails Important? (page 35).

IMPACT REPORT

  • Our Impact in 2020 (page 37).
Volume 6, Issue 21 (March 2021)

LEARN ABOUT TERRA

  • About us (page 5).
  • Our Timeline (page 11).

ARTICLE | CONSERVATION

  • Our Inspiration: Conservation Strategy (page 6).
  • Projects (page 15).

ARTICLE | NATURAL PROTECTED AREAS

  • Punta Mazo Nature Reserve (page 22).
  • Monte Ceniza Nature Reserve (page 27).
  • Valle Tranquilo Nature Reserve (page 34).
  • Collaborations to Create Areas Destined for Conservation (page 39).

INTERVIEW

  • What Does the 20th Anniversary Mean to You? (page 43).

CAMPAIGN

  • Sentinels of Baja California (page 46).
Volume 5, Issue 20 (November 2020)

TERRA NEWS

  • Recognition for Our Bird Conservation Efforts (page 5).
  • The Festival Through the Years (page 7).
  • Climate Change Adaptation (page 21).

PERSPECTIVE

  • The Integral Tie Between Community and Conservation (page 13).

ARTICLE | OUTDOORS

  • Certified Trails of Mexico (page 19).
  • A Path Towards a Better Tourism (page 32).

TERRA FACT

  • San Quintin Volcanic Field (page 27).

ARTICLE | CONSERVATION

  • Entomology Over Time page 29).
Volume 5, Issue 19 (July 2020)

TERRA NEWS

  • Conservation of the Long-Billed Curlew in the Mexicali Valley page 5).

TERRA FACT

  • Natural Protected Areas in Baja California (page 10).

ARTICLE | CLIMATE CHANGE

  • Gender: Cross-Cutting Theme in Environmental and Climate Change Projects (page 17).

PERSPECTIVE

  • A Sea of Lessons (page 23).

ARTICLE | CONSERVATION

  • Evolution of Natural Protected Areas in Mexico (page 13).
  • Airboats and Their Use in Conservation Actions (page 36).

ARTICLE | OUTDOORS

  • Local Hiking (page 30).
Volume 5, Issue 18 (March 2020)

TERRA NEWS

  • Contrasting Ecosystems and Enriching Communities (page 5). A Festival to Celebrate Birds (page 11). Resilience Project: Sierra de San Pedro Mártir (page 18).

GALLERY

  • Seagrass Meadows (page 17).

  • Mammals of Valle Tranquilo Nature Reserve (page 22).

TERRA STORIES

  • What We Learned From “Voices of the Pacific Flyway” (page 21).

  • Best of 2019 (page 27).

ARTICLE | CONSERVATION

  • Fishing in the Deep Sea (page 23).

PERSPECTIVE

  • Our Volunteers (page 29).

Volume 4, Issue 17 (November 2019)

ARTICLE | BOTANY

  • A Rare Plant Nature Reserve (page 5).

TERRA STORY

  • The Last Frontier (page 8).

ARTICLE | SCIENCE COMMUNICATION

  • Biology and Photography: Tools for Conservation (page 10).

ARTICLE | CONSERVATION

  • Darkness, a Refuge for Wildlife (page 13).

TERRA NEWS

  • The Importance of Marine Conservation in San Quintin (page 19).

CINEMA

  • Up in the Sky: Bird of Prey (page 23).

PERSPECTIVE

  • Four Decades of Punta Mazo from Two Surfers’ Perspective (page 25).

GALLERY

  • Sunsets in San Quintin (page 28).
Volume 4, Issue 16 (August 2019)

TERRA NEWS

  • Coastal Solutions Project in Bahía de Todos Santos (page 5).

ARTICLE | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  • Management Units for Wildlife Conservation (page 11).

CREATIVE FOCUS

  • First Exhibition of the Huellas Volcánicas Photography Club (page 15).

TERRA FACT

  • Ecosystem Services Provided by Bats (page 19).

ARTICLE | CONSERVATION

  • Towards the Creation of a Biological Corridor in Baja California (page 21).

PUT INTO PRACTICE

  • How to Make Compost Step by Step (page 26).

ARTICLE | DIVERSITY

  • Fog Lichens of the Punta Mazo Nature Reserve (page 27).

PERSPECTIVE

  • A Journey Worth Taking: Baja California (page 29).
Volume 4, Issue 15 (May 2019)

TERRA NEWS

  • Where Are We Heading? (page 5).
  • 18 Years of Conservation for Baja California (page 10).

TERRA STORY

  • Stronger Than Ever (page 9).

ARTICLE | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  • The Strengthening of the Areas Voluntarily Destined for Conservation (page 15).

ARTICLE | BOTANY

  • Super Bloom 2019: The Biggest in over a Decade? (page 19).

PUT INTO PRACTICE

  • Plastic Free Ensenada (page 24).

ARTICLE | DIVERSITY

  • Punta Mazo and El Socorro: Unique Coastal Dunes in San Quintín.

ARTICLE | TECHNOLOGY

  • The Use of Drones for Environmental Conservation (page 25).

PERSPECTIVE

  • Friends of the Sea (page 31).

CINEMA

  • Achieving the Impossible (page 35).
Volume 4, Issue 14 (February 2019)

TERRA NEWS

  • The Importance of Photography in Environmental Conservation (page 5).
  • 4th San Quintín Bay Bird Festival (page 17).
  • Shorebirdfestivals: A Platform to Promote Bird Festivals (page 25).
  • Our Experience at the 10th Cozumel Bird Festival page 27).

FAUNA

  • A Look at Terrestrial Mammals in Baja California (page 9).

FLORA

  • Salt-Marsh Bird’s Beak (page 13).

SPECIAL ARTICLE

  • Strengthening Capacities and Leadership of Organizations in Northwestern Mexico (page 22).
Volume 3, Issue 13 (November 2018)

TERRA MOMENTS

  • Protected Nature Reserves in Baja California (page 4).

TERRA NEWS

  • Surrounded by Mountains, Birds and Skyscrapers (page 5).
  • Shell Middens in Punta Mazo: Windows to the Past (page 13).
  • Socrates and Outdoor Activities (page 19).

FAUNA

  • From Extraction to Consumption: Octopus Fishing in San Quintín (page 9).

TERRA FACTS

  • Results of the Campaign The Beach Belongs to Everyone (page 11).

TERRA STORY

  • Birding for Conservation (page 16).

MY LIFE IN TERRA

  • Working Together for the Common Good (page 18).

SPECIAL ARTICLE

  • Buried Treasures of ​​El Rosario, Baja California (page 25).

TERRA ACTIONS

  • Let’s Stop Using Plastic Today, Tomorrow Will Be Too Late (page 28).
Volume 3, Issue 12 (August 2018)

TERRA NEWS

  • Learning About Birds and Nature in Point Reyes (page 5).
  • Connecting Beyond the Migratory Route, My Experience in Cordova, Alaska (page 13).

FAUNA

  • Isla Rasa, 40 Years Learning from Its Nesting Seabirds (page 9).

TERRA MOMENTS

  • 2018 Waterkeeper Alliance Conference (page 18).

TERRA FACTS

  • Reserva de aves Bahía de Todos Santos (page 19).

MY LIFE IN TERRA

  • When in Conservation, do as the Baja Californians do (page 21).

FLORA

  • Collaborative Conservation: Understanding and Protecting the Rare Beach Spectaclepod (page 23).

TERRA ACTIONS

  • The 7 Principles of Leave No Trace (page 26).

WORDS FROM THE BURROW

  • Gray Whales: Mother and Daughter (page 27).
Volume 3, Issue 11 (April 2018)

TERRA NEWS

  • First Anniversary of the Monte Ceniza Nature Reserve (page 5).

TERRA MOMENTS

  • The New Resident of La Chorera: Marina (page 8).

SPECIAL ARTICLE

  • The Ancient Inhabitants of El Rosario, Baja California (page 9).
  • Azul de Oro (page 29).

TERRA FACTS

  • 17th Anniversary of Terra Peninsular (page 13).

TERRA STORY

  • My experience conducting bird surveys (page 15).

FAUNA

  • The San Quintín Kangaroo Rat: Rediscovery and Conservation (page 17).

TERRA ACTIONS

  • I Don’t Need a Bag, Thank You (page 27).

MY LIFE IN TERRA

  • Why Work in Conservation with Terra Peninsular? (page 24).
Volume 3, Issue 10 (February 2018)

TERRA NEWS

  • San Quintín Bay: 10th Anniversary as a Wetland of International Importance (page 5).
  • Monitoring of Brants: from Branta bernicla nigricans to Bourbon Porter (page 9).
  • Geodiversity, Geological Heritage and Tourism in the San Quintín Bay and Surrounding Areas (page 13).

TERRA STORIES

  • Sailing in the Same Ship: 3rd Bird Festival in San Quintín (page 16).
  • What Does it Mean to Be an Authorized Donee? (page 19).

TERRA FACTS

  • Rancho La Concepción Nature Reserve (page 17).

TERRA MOMENTS

  • Participatory Mural Making in San Quintín (page 22).

FAUNA

  • A Window to the Past (page 23).

TERRA ACTIONS

  • Save, Recyle and Make Money (page 28).
Volume 2, Issue 9 (December 2017)

TERRA NEWS

  • Invasive exotic species in San Quintín: A community-based response for restoration of affected sites (page 5).
  • Not all those who wander are lost (page 9).
  • San Quintín intertidal rocky zone: A look at time zero (page 13).
  • A makeover for “The Shelter” (page 17).

TERRA STORIES

  • Todos Santos Bay was designated as a reserve for shorebirds (page 8).
  • We had our first beach cleanup in San Quintin Bay (page 12).

TERRA MOMENTS

  • Work meeting on the conservation of San Quintín (page 18).

FAUNA

  • Searching for the giants of the kelp forest in Mexican waters: the giant sea bass (page 19).

TERRA FACTS

  • Punta Mazo Nature Reserve (page 25).

TERRA ACTIONS

  • Tips to keep our planet clean (page 28).

MY LIFE IN TERRA

  • My experience in Sierra San Pedro Mártir (page 29).
Volume 2, Issue 8 (August 2017)

TERRA NEWS

  • ¡PONTE GUAPO! Learn and Conserve Baja California (page 5).
  • 2017 Waterkeeper Alliance conference (page 9).

FLORA

  • Blue Carbon and Its Value for Society (page 11).

SPECIAL ARTICLE

  • Sierra San Pedro Martir National Park Celebrates 70th Anniversary (page 13).

TERRA MOMENTS

  • Bird Monitoring in Ensenada (page 20).

FAUNA

  • Reptiles and Climate Change (page 21).

TERRA FACTS

  • Valle Tranquilo Nature Reserve (page 25).

TERRA ACTIONS

  • How to Separate Your Waste Correctly? (page 28).
Volume 2, Issue 7 (June 2017)

TERRA NEWS

  • Art and Conservation (page 5).
  • Shorebird Festival in Alaska (page 7).

SPECIAL ARTICLE

  • Permanent or Seasonal Collection? Mollusks Consumption During the Prehistory of Baja California (page 9).

TERRA MOMENTS

  • Bird Banding in Alaska (page 14).

FAUNA

  • Bats in the Baja California Peninsula (page 15).
  • Over-Summering Birds in San Quintín Bay (page 19).

TERRA FACTS

  • Monte Ceniza Nature Reserve (page 21).

TERRA ACTIONS

  • Guidelines for Visitors in the Protected Areas in Baja California (24).
Volume 2, Issue 6 (April 2017)

TERRA NEWS

  • Bahía de Todos Santos Bird Festival (page 5).
  • The Shorebird Reserve Network is More Than the Sum of its Sites (page 9).

FLORA

  • Seagrass Meadows (page 13).

FAUNA

  • The Migration Scenario (page 15).

TERRA FACTS

  • Shorebird Migration (page 19).

TERRA ACTIONS

  • You Can Help Protect Shorebirds! (page 22).

MY LIFE IN TERRA

  • My time at Terra Peninsular (page 23).
Volume 2, Issue 5 (February 2017)

TERRA NEWS

  • First Environmental Protection Conference in Baja California (page 5).
  • Coast Protection in the Lagoon Complex of San Quintín (page 9).

SPECIAL ARTICLE

  • Arthropod Museum at Cicese Turns 19 (page 13).

FLORA

  • What Do Jimi Hendrix and Baja California Conservation Have in Common? (page 17).

MY LIFE IN TERRA

  • Conservation Work in Baja California (page 19).

WHAT DO WE DO?

  • Why Are Wetlands Important? (page 21).

TERRA ACTIONS

  • How Can We Take Care of Wetlands? (page 24).
Volume 1, Issue 4 (December 2016)

TERRA NEWS

  • Second Bird Festival (page 5).

FLORA

  • Microbial Mats in Laguna Figueroa: Possible Analogs of Ancient Life on Mars (page 9).

FAUNA

  • Meet the Black Brant (page 13).

MY LIFE IN TERRA

  • The Tenacious Grip of Beauty, Culture and Conservation in Baja California (page 15).

WHAT DO WE DO?

  • Community Engagement (page 17).
  • Rancho La Concepción Nature Reserve (page 19).

TERRA ACTIONS

  • 9 Eco-Friendly Christmas Tips (page 23).
Volume 1, Issue 3 (Agust 2016)

TERRA NEWS

  • Use of Camera Traps for Conservation Actions (page 4).
  • Desalination Plants and Their Potential Effect in San Quintín Bay (page 6).

FLORA

  • Study and Protection of Baja California’s Vernal Pool Ecosystems (page 10).

FAUNA

  • Frazar’s American Oystercatcher (page 14).

MY LIFE IN TERRA

  • My Homeland Peninsular (page 16).

TERRA FACTS

  • Adaptive Habitat Management (page 20).

TERRA ACTIONS

  • Protecting the Environment During Vacations (page 23).
Volume 1, Issue 2 (June 2016)

TERRA FACTS

  • Land Protection (page 6).

FAUNA

  • What Is the Cause of Sea Lion Strandings? (page 8).

FLORA

  • The Boojum Tree, an Endemic Species of Baja California (page 10).

EVENTS

  • Terra Peninsular’s Anniversary Celebration in San Quintin Bay (page 18).

TERRA NEWS

  • Interpretive Stations: La Ola and Mirador Valle Volcánico page 20).
  • Participatory Strategic Planning at La Chorera (page 22).
  • Urgent Bulletin: our conservation project is threatened (page 25).
Volume 1, Issue 1 (April 2016)

TERRA NEWS

  • 15 successes (page 3).
  • Our First Cause Marketing Product (page 4).

FLORA

  • Agave Shawii: A Unique Species in Baja California (page 6).

FAUNA

  • Snowy Plover in San Quintin (page 8).

MI VIDA TERRA

  • Watching My Baby Grow Up (page 10).

WHAT DO WE DO?

  • About Terra Peninsular (page 14).