In 2007 we had our first decade anniversary of continuous work in Bahía de Los Angeles.

The biggest marine productivity of the Gulf of California is recorded there; this is a habitat for whales, dolphins, large marine bird communities, shark whales, sea turtles, fish and invertebrates or great ecologic and commercial importance. On the other hand, human population is scarce: there are only 600 habitants.

Our acquired experience in Bahía de los Angeles allow us to present similar programs of regional impact in other Gulf of California’s priority areas.

Photograph: Daniela López

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