Gulf of California

Face-to-Face with Sea Birds in the Gulf of California

My experience at Isla Raza, this strange and beautiful sanctuary of more than 95% of the world population of elegant terns and Heermann’s gull, inspired my reflection on the sea birds I saw in the Gulf of California.

A Story of Layers

I’ve always used my artwork to communicate my feelings, views and perspectives. I believe the simplicity of colors and shapes […]

What’s Your Ecosystem?

This past Sunday, we returned from a six-day camping trip on the southwestern side of Isla Tiburon. We traveled there […]

It’s Not Easy Being Green (in the Sonoran desert)

We have just gotten back from a weekend of camping here along the Infiernillo, where our class has seen and […]

Life under the Sonoran Sun

Hola! Buenos Dias! Hello! Greetings! I will be guiding you through our first two days here in Kino Bay and […]

Becoming a “shell-fish person”

I’ve never been a “shell-fish person”. In fact, while growing up, my family often got fresh mussels from the beach […]

Mexico: Take Two

What do tres leches cake, the pyramids at Teotihuacan and corn from a street vendor all have in common? They’re […]

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