By Alan Ruiz Berman, CEDO's Communications Coordinator at the Tucson office. December, 15, 2017 CEDO, the Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans, is also active on the Pacific coast of the Baja Peninsula in a biologically rich and commercially important fishing area known as the Gulf of Ulloa - named for the [...]
By Peggy J. Turk Boyer. Peggy is the Executive Director at CEDO and the driving force behind all of our programs. (Edited and published by Alan Ruiz Berman, Coordinator of Communications at CEDO's Tucson office) December 15, 2017 Dear friend of CEDO, Angeles Sánchez, one of CEDO's ~25 dedicated staff members, recalls the story of [...]
The Sea Lion Monitoring Group For the past seven years, a group of artisanal fishermen from the San Jorge Bay region of the northern Gulf of California, have been monitoring and actively promoting the conservation of the California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) population on the Island of San Jorge (Bird Island), one of the largest [...]
By Angeles Sanchez and Hiram Peña, Puerto Penasco, October 26, 2015 The Morua Estuary is a wetland of great economic, social and biological importance for the Puerto Peñasco region. Critical biological processes that occur in the esuary include the breeding and nesting of the Least Tern (Sternulla antillarum) as well as the cultivation of [...]
Ospreys, carnivorous birds of prey, are superb fishers and indeed eat little else—fish make up some 99 percent of their diet. Because of this appetite, these birds can be found near ponds, rivers, lakes, and coastal waterways around the world. Ospreys hunt by diving to the water's surface from some 30 to 100 feet (9 [...]
Lessons from a Divers' Cooperative in Northern Gulf of California, Mexico This document was published in June, 2014 between the Rare Fisherman's Association and CEDO. It appears you do not have a PDF Viewer installed. You may view the pdf by downloading the file here.