Soundings: October Issue

By | 10/29/2017|Categories: Soundings Newsletter|

As reported in last month's Soundings, Eco-Alianza is beginning to take a more active role in a multi-institutional collaboration that began back in 1998, and has resulted in more than 40 published scientific studies concerning the Gulf of California. Leading institutions include the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at U.C. San Diego, University of California Institute for Mexico and the United States (UC Mexus), the Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation, and the Ezcurra Lab.

Soundings: September Issue

By | 09/28/2017|Categories: Soundings Newsletter|

Eco-Alianza, UABCS, and Loreto's Dolphin Dive Center all are joining hands to support an ecological monitoring program focused on the health of reefs and near-shore ecosystems in the Gulf of California. The program was initiated in 1998 and has already generated more than 40 published scientific studies.

Soundings: August Issue

By | 08/22/2017|Categories: Soundings Newsletter|

Fishing is for the Birds This photographic series by Rick Jackson proves how the proper tools and the proper technique make for an effective combination, as this Reddish Egret successfully catches breakfast (clockwise from upper [...]

Soundings: July Issue

By | 07/26/2017|Categories: Soundings Newsletter|

Eco-Alianza Teams Up to Support Totoaba Program Photos by Megan Rogers and Eco-Alianza staff. By Megan Rogers, Eco-Alianza Intern with contributions by Eco-Alianza staff More than 50 volunteers rolled up their sleeves on [...]

2017 Calendar

By | 07/25/2017|Categories: News|

The calendars are available for sale by check in the USA and Canada - mailed to: Eco-Alianza de Loreto, A.C. 3419 Via Lido, Ste 637 Newport Beach, California 92663 U.S.A. $10.00USD + shipping - $3.14 [...]

Soundings: June Issue

By | 06/21/2017|Categories: Soundings Newsletter|

Just about anyone who has visited Loreto knows that Parque Nacional Bahía de Loreto (PNBL) is special, and worthy of protection. But what's the best way to spread that message worldwide? Children! Or at least that's part of the solution put forth by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). In 1972, the UN passed the World Heritage Convention in Paris, asking countries around the world to designate cultural and natural sites worthy of special protection.