Baja Environment and Environmental Issues
The multi-billion dollar development had their environmental waivers revoked for overstepping their scope.
Baja fishermen are employing modern techniques to improve the harvest & environment.
Cruisers and local whale rescue specialists save this mother whale and her calf from certain death.
The largest fish in the ocean can be seen late fall to late spring in the Bay of La Paz.
Greg Joder of BajaTrekker.com brings us this photo essay on one of the most remote spots.
Greg Joder circumnavigated the Sea of Cortez to bring attention to environmental issues
Once covered in cedar trees, COA aims for sustainable tourism on the island.
Certain purposes requires environmental impact studies.
Another Baja Eco-Tale with this story of a trip to the bay of LA.
A survey of what North Americans want in Mexico when it comes to green living.
Kitzia Howearth brings us another article about the plants species and living green as she has been doing for many years.
While a Boojum may sound like a Dr. Seuss character. It is actually a very strange looking plant found almost exclusively in Baja California peninsula.
Whale Watching in Baja
From late Dec to late March the whales can be seen along Baja. Learn about these mammals.
Experience 2000 whales in Ojo de Liebre Lagoon where they are close enough to touch.
A protest caravan went from San Jose del Cabo to La Paz, with events in La Paz too.
Todos Santos sands are too cool for the incubation process. Rescuers save the eggs.
Vista Gold has applied for an exception for an open pit mine.
Grupo Tortuguero has tagged some of the most endangered members of the Sea of Cortez, the Hawkbill Turtle.
The largest creature know to exist, an interview with leading researcher Dr. Diane Gendro
Making a major lifestyle change a San Diego teacher relocated to Baja. Now she is rescuing turtles.
Greg Joder of brings us aa tale of the recovery of the Brown Pelican in the Sea of Cortez.
Do you know the legal limits for your catch in Mexican waters? Observe fishing limits.
The sweat lodge is a rite of purification in many native American cultures.
An Eco-tale of the fishermen in the Sea of Cortez. and how their lives have changed.
The World Heritage Organization named the Sea of Cortez protected Islands to the World Heritage list.
The crackling noise you hear isn't fiberglass termites, but rather something usually smaller than a pencil lead.
Hesperocallis undulata is one of the many special plats which grace the deserts of Baja. Author Greg Joder fills us in.
Through education and action Grupo Tortuguero is working to preserve turtles. Can conservation efforts help?
Topsoil that is... A company in La Paz is helping Baja farmers and gardeners turn organic waste into more fertile soil.