Work areas

We have a presence in northwestern Mexico in the states of Baja California, Baja California Sur, Sonora, Sinaloa and Nayarit.

Our conservation efforts are focused on the mediterranean region in the western coast of ​​Baja California, mainly in Ensenada, Sierra San Pedro Martir, San Quintin and El Rosario.

Ensenada

Sierra San Pedro Martir

Reserva Natural Punta Mazo (2)

San Quintin

Reserva Natural Valle Tranquilo. Foto Bárbara Ramírez

El Rosario

Nature reserves

Valle Tranquilo

Punta Mazo

Reserva Natural Monte Ceniza. Foto Laura Tamayo

Monte Ceniza

Wetlands

Bahía San Quintín

San Quintin Ramsar Site

Bahía San Quintín

Coastal area in San Quintin

Shorebird Reserves

San Quintin Lagoon Complex

Bahia de Todos Santos

The Importance of Baja California 

  • The only region with a Mediterranean climate in Mexico. Worldwide there are only 5 areas with this climate.
  • The peninsula offers resting and feeding sites for thousands of migratory birds, this network of sites is known as the Pacific Flyway.
  • An important region of endangered endemic plants is concentrated between California and Baja California, the California Floristic Province is known as one of 35 biodiversity hotspots, as they concentrate great richness of species.
  • Baja California has Federal Natural Protected Areas: 2 Flora and Fauna Protection Areas, 4 Biosphere Reserves, in addition to 10 Voluntarily Destined for Conservation Areas.
Natural Protected Areas in Baja California