Mexico’s government has created the largest ocean reserve in North America around a Pacific archipelago regarded as its crown jewel.
Monarch monitoring reveals new routes
Greater environmental awareness and thousands of volunteers have led to the discovery that monarch butterflies migrate south into Mexico by more routes than previously thought.
Puerto Vallarta Sea Turtle Protection
Puerto Vallarta as one of the most popular Mexican beach resorts for foreign tourists, has been investing to protect the local environment by supporting local sea turtle protection programmes for thirty years.
Camera catches jaguar swimming in Riviera Nayarit
It is one of an estimated 25 in an area where the animals are being monitored
Mexico’s Islas Marietas Recover after Wave of Unregulated Tourism
Mexico’s Islas Marietas National Park is recovering from the effects of pollution and a wave of unregulated tourism, officials told EFE.
Malnourished lion captured outside Mexico's Puerto Vallarta
Mexican environmental protection officials say a 5-year-old female lion found malnourished and wandering the streets near Puerto Vallarta has been brought to a refuge in Mexico City.
XXII National Dolphin Program Conference 2017
The Riviera Nayarit will once again host the Dolphin Program’s XXII National Scientific and Technological Research Conference, which will take place from August 16-19, 2017 in Nuevo Vallarta.
Navy dolphins arrive for vaquita capture
What might be the last stand in the fight to save the vaquita marina porpoise has begun with the arrival in the upper Gulf of California of four trained dolphins.
Biodiversity In Mexico City
People often forget, but humans are not the only creatures existing under the strain of life in Mexico City, with its loud noises, busy streets and smog clouds darkening the landscape under their gloom.
Islands to be a park but no hotels allowed
Four islands situated off the coast of Colima are set to become Mexico’s newest national park but the federal Environment Secretariat says that it will not allow the construction of hotels on the volcanic archipelago despite the new designation.
Mexico City Ends Marine Mammal Captivity This 2017
The fact that marine mammals do not belong in small tanks, proven by unambiguous data and countless examples of their poor quality of life in captivity, still has to be yet recognized by the majority of lawmakers in the world but the good news is positive change is still happening.