Naturalist and explorer John Muir said “In every walk with nature one receives far than he seeks than he seeks.”
That happens in San Quintin Bay, who knows and admires this place can’t help but protect it, you get inspired and connected with all the senses.
Close your eyes and travel to the Punta Mazo Nature Reserve
A special thanks to César Beltrán and Fono Pacific for recording and producing this piece
Explore and learn about the wonderful world of birds!
Videos and more
- Voices of the Pacific Flyway (short film)
- San Quintin Bay Natural beauty (video)
- San Quintin Bay: natural heritage of Mexico (video)
- Wetlands (video)
- Flora (video)
- Leave No Trace principles (webinars in Spanish)
- eBird essentials (free course)
- Bird Academy Play Lab
- Pollinators gardens (Spanish)
- Climate Kids México (video)
- Youth Club of Nature Photographers Huellas Volcánicas (short film)
- Inside David Allen Sibley’s Studio
“Attending the Bird Festival changed the way I think and the way I see the world we live in. I’ve met people from different parts of the world that come to celebrate and enjoy nature, learn to take care of birds, the names of species, where they live and how important it is to respect them.“
— Agustina Murillo
The first Bird Festival was held in 2015 in La Chorera, a community close to the Punta Mazo Nature Reserve. It was a small event aimed at the people of the community where they learned about birds through different activities.
With the goal of reaching more people, each year the festival has grown and expanded its offer. To date, more than 1,000 people from Baja California and the United States have attended the festivals and learned about the importance of protecting the birds of San Quintin.
In 2019, we received the Partners in Flight Award in recognition of the community design of the Bird Festival
If you have questions about the Bird Festival, please send us an email or a direct message on Facebook or Instagram
Office in Ensenada
+52 (1) 646 177 68 00