Mexico’s environmental department says the plan to capture and enclose the few remaining vaquita porpoises won’t begin until autumn because waters in the Gulf of California will be calmer then.
The number of monarch butterflies wintering in Mexico dropped by 27 percent this year, reversing last year’s recovery from historically low numbers, according to a study by government and independent experts released Thursday.
So few of Mexico’s vaquita porpoises remain that the international committee to protect the endangered species is preparing to catch and enclose as many as it can in a last-ditch effort to save them from extinction, experts said Thursday.
Thirteen months of work by the Paralelo 28 initiative and its Se buscan héroes (Looking For Heroes) campaign have generated excellent results.
This group of kids and teens not only encourages art, culture and ecology but they’re also involved in other activities including the cleanup of the Las Islitas beach.
Watch whales and turtles in Puerto Vallarta
Though the killing of the whales is condemned in most of the nations, the venture of whale watching has become a most popular pastime worldwide and Whale Watching Puerto Vallarta is certainly not an exception.
The El Cora Crocodile Sanctuary, nestled between the El Quelele, La Cortada and La Vejiga lagoons to one side of the Flamingos Golf Club, is a natural area that has been upgraded with new experiences and services for locals and visitors to the Riviera Nayarit.
Watching a sea turtle lay its eggs or liberating its hatchlings are unforgettable experiences for all who have done it firsthand.
Mexico is the Central American heartland that epitomises the best of Latin fiesta spirit and an endless fascination of the legacy of the Mayan civilization.
CADIP is running a crocodile conservation protection program in Rincon de Guayabitos on the Pacific coast of Mexico.