The magic of the peninsula lies in its extravagant nature, this space of contrasts between dunes and sea, desert and snowy forest.

The sentinels of Baja California are all the people who love this peninsula and treasure the memory of the first sunset, the first view of the sea or the first walk through its ancestral paths. Through monthly contributions, they join this effort to protect the natural spaces that make this corner of the Earth unique. We love Baja California as much as you do. Join us today and become a sentinel!

Become A Sentinel

Protecting Baja California, Together

Your donation will help us continue preserving the natural beauty of Baja California.

In recent years we have witnessed the extinction of species, destroyed areas, exploitation of resources, polluted beaches and oceans all over the world.

It is time to act here and now, let's protect Baja California together. Join us today and become a sentinel!

Become A Sentinel

Baja California Today

Baja California is a place that concentrates great biodiversity. It is the only region with a Mediterranean climate in Mexico and it provides resting and feeding sites for thousands of migratory shorebirds, as well as habitats for endangered species.

However, climate change and unplanned urban growth is causing the destruction of habitats that are home to unique plants and animals. Right now, protecting these natural areas is a priority for nature and humanity.

What Will Your Donation Help Make Possible?

 Protect over 130,000 acres of natural ecosystems of Baja California, from the snowy Sierra San Pedro Martir through sunny San Quintin Bay, as well as wetlands, extinct volcanoes and coastal lagoons.

 Protect endangered wildlife, like the San Quintin kangaroo rat, pumas and badgers.

 Conserve the populations of migratory shorebirds.

How Can You Help?

At Terra Peninsular we work to preserve the natural beauty of the Baja California peninsula. For 20 years we have protected wildlife habitats to guarantee their long term existence for the enjoyment of current and future generations.

We identify priority sites of great natural importance and apply the most appropriate management models to guarantee the long-term conservation of these natural areas.

Land Protection

We carry out conservation activities such as biological monitoring, surveillance programs, attention to visitors in nature reserves, infrastructure and habitat restoration actions.

Adaptive Management

We promote the active participation of local communities and the population at large in conservation activities.

Community Engagement

 Safeguard the archaeological and geological heritage of the nature reserves.

For more information, please contact Charlotte Vizzuett at