There’s a serpent in the Sierras and the botanists know just what to do!
Baja’s Sea Turtles: Saving the planet one road trip at a time.
At about 30 meters the free fall starts. It’s as if the wet suit and my skin fall away, and the water in my body merges with the water of the ocean. Each molecule of water feels very intense. It’s like flying, but in slow motion. The free fall is the most beautiful, spiritual experience – it’s what makes people free diving junkies.
by Bryan Jauregui, Todos Santos Eco Adventures This article first appeared in Janice Kinne’s Journal del Pacifico There are four mangrove species that dominate in Baja California, and in 2010 … Continue reading
Let’s face it, being at the top of the food chain matters not if there’s nothing underneath.
Check out our annotated list of the great festivals happening in the Pueblo Magico of Todos Santos in 2016!
One bat pollinator has co-evolved with the cardón cactus for millennia, the other just happened upon a nice sweetie after gorging in scorpions. Which bat will ensure the cardón’s survival? Check out the research of bat ecologist Dr. Winifred Frick and her colleagues, then you decide who will win the Battle of the Baja Bats!
The gift that keeps on giving. The story of how Tim Means and his coalition saved Isla Espiritu Santo from development, so that its wild, pristine beauty will be accessible for all generations to come.
by Bryan Jáuregui, Todos Santos Eco Adventures When you arrive at Areli Sarah Castillo’s house in Pescadero on a late summer afternoon, the look and feel of the front of … Continue reading