At Pro Esteros, we focus our efforts on the conservation of the wetlands of the Baja California peninsula. For this reason this year we submitted a proposal to invest our efforts in five wetlands of the Baja California peninsula. We want to work with communities and companies to ensure that the government provides better services in waste management and avoid damaging the flora and fauna of these ecosystems.
Global Wetland Outlook: Conservation and wise use of wetlands are vital for human livelihoods. The wide range of ecosystem services wetlands provide means that they lie at the heart of sustainable development. Yet policy and decision-makers often underestimate the value of their benefits to nature and humankind.
In 1988 we started a project called Pro Esteros, a non-profit organization with the objective of conserving the wetlands in the northwest region of the country. Today in 2018 we celebrate 30 years of uninterrupted work for the conservation of the wetlands of our region.
Para conmemorar los 30 años de Pro Esteros, decidimos darle identidad y relevancia a nuestro aniversario. Es por eso que, junto con las maestras Laura Susana Zamudio Vega y Gabriela Bacelis de la Facultad de Ingeniería, Arquitectura y Diseño de la UABC, involucramos a sus estudiantes a participar en el concurso del diseño y elaboración de nuestro logotipo del 30 aniversario de Pro Esteros.
To commemorate February 2, World Wetlands Day, we held for the fifth consecutive year our “Nuestros humedales” photography contest. Participants had from December 21, 2017 and until January 21 2018, to submit their pictures. This contest was addressed to residents of the states of Baja California, Baja California Sur, Sonora, Sinaloa and Nayarit, and for..
In this issue you can read about: Algalita promotes our ocean’s conservation. Water quality monitoring at La Misión Estuary. Shark Whale: the giant of the oceans. Scouting and nature care. Protected species in México. Wetland’s inhabitant: Great Blue Heron. Descargar versión español PDF Download English version PDF
The Least Tern (Sternula Antillarum) is a species belonging to the family of the seagulls, and migrates every year from Central America to the coasts of northwestern Mexico, including the Baja California Peninsula and the southeastern United States. We can proudly say that at the tip of the sandy bar of the Estero of Punta..