• Friends of Wild Baja – Supporting the Friends of Wild Baja Fund is the single most important step anyone can take to help preserve of some of the world’s last great wild places in Baja California Sur, México. These natural protected areas face many immediate threats and need your help to survive.Funds support proactive conservation strategies, including purchasing conservation easements to maintain lands as open space, developing sustainable fisheries, and environmental monitoring and enforcement.Tim Means, Owner and Founder of Baja Expeditions, has created a Friends of Wild Baja brochure you can print out and mail in with instructions, a simple form, and more information about donating. It also has a concise summary of the areas we’re trying to protect with some beautiful photos from around the region to back it up. (Please distribute freely.)

    You can also visit the donation page hosted by our U.S. based fund raising partner – The International Community Foundation. ICF will process your payment and provide you with a donation receipt.

  • Location – We are located within Vizcaíno Biosphere Reserve, at “over 55,555 square-mile (143,600 square km) it is the largest wildlife refuge in all of Latin America and certainly the most diverse.”We have recently added Cabañas San Ignacio to Google Places allowing us to create and link to this great satellite map of Laguna San Ignacio with a pointer directly on the common area palapa (mapa en Español).
  • Commitment – We host scientists, graduate students from US and Mexican Universities, and students from local schools, so we have an established reputation as conscious stewards of the lagoon, but don’t take our word for it! Read what others have to say on WiLDCOAST [1], [2] and Trip Advisor, and please email us your own links or other reviews you come across:Or, for an up close look head over to our new YouTube channel, we’ve posted a few videos and are adding to our favorites, starting with this great interview with Hector Ceballos-Lascurain (a Mexican conservationist pioneer) from 2008 on coining the term ecotourism in 1983 and the state of conservation in México (full story at Planeta).