Leonardo DiCaprio: "This action is a critical step towards ensuring that the Gulf of California continues to be both vibrant and productive, especially for species like the critically-endangered Vaquita."

Leonardo DiCaprio: "This action is a critical step towards ensuring that the Gulf of California continues to be both vibrant and productive, especially for species like the critically-endangered Vaquita."

Coastal Marine Spatial Planning in the Gulf of California – an update from CEDO by Peggy J. Turk Boyer, Hem Nalini Morzaria Luna, Tonatiuh Carrillo, Elia Polanco, Caroline Downton, Paloma Valdivia, CEDO                   For the past years, the Blue Solutions Initiative has been supporting the Coastal Marine …

Coastal Marine Spatial Planning in the Gulf of California – an update from CEDO by Peggy J. Turk Boyer, Hem Nalini Morzaria Luna, Tonatiuh Carrillo, Elia Polanco, Caroline Downton, Paloma Valdivia, CEDO For the past years, the Blue Solutions Initiative has been supporting the Coastal Marine …

Mobula rays leap from the water in the Gulf of California

Mobula rays leap from the water in the Gulf of California

Endangered vaquita porpoise(Californische bruinvis) - $4m mission in Gulf of California aims to rescue world’s most endangered sea mammal – with help from US navy dolphins

Last-ditch attempt to save the endangered vaquita porpoise

Endangered vaquita porpoise(Californische bruinvis) - $4m mission in Gulf of California aims to rescue world’s most endangered sea mammal – with help from US navy dolphins

Why are seabirds abandoning their ancestral nesting grounds in the Gulf of California? Warming oceanographic conditions, fishing pressure are driving nesting seabirds away from their ancestral breeding ground in Mexico into California harbors -- ScienceDaily

Why are seabirds abandoning their ancestral nesting grounds in the Gulf of California? Warming oceanographic conditions, fishing pressure are driving nesting seabirds away from their ancestral breeding ground in Mexico into California harbors

Why are seabirds abandoning their ancestral nesting grounds in the Gulf of California? Warming oceanographic conditions, fishing pressure are driving nesting seabirds away from their ancestral breeding ground in Mexico into California harbors -- ScienceDaily

Desert Iguana (Dipsosaurus dorsalis) found on the Baja California Peninsula at Puerto Don Juan near Bahia de los Angeles in the upper Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico.

Desert Iguana (Dipsosaurus dorsalis) found on the Baja California Peninsula at Puerto Don Juan near Bahia de los Angeles in the upper Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico.

Steinbeck was a marine biology enthusiast, and even went on a specimen-collecting boat expedition around the Gulf of California with his friend ecologist Ed Ricketts. A kayak isn't quite the same, but you'll still get the experience the area's natural bounty. When you glide across the water in Monterey, you'll encounter countless sea otters, seals, pelicans and other creatures.

In Their Shoes: John Steinbeck’s Monterey

Steinbeck was a marine biology enthusiast, and even went on a specimen-collecting boat expedition around the Gulf of California with his friend ecologist Ed Ricketts. A kayak isn't quite the same, but you'll still get the experience the area's natural bounty. When you glide across the water in Monterey, you'll encounter countless sea otters, seals, pelicans and other creatures.

reproduction. The Mimbres people would travel from what today is southwestern New Mexico to the Gulf of California to collect sea shells to trade with other prehistoric Indians of the southwest. This bowl tells the story of one of the trading journeys to the Gulf of California and the finding of a beached whale. A man is sticking a staff or spear into the whale or large fish found on the beach.

reproduction. The Mimbres people would travel from what today is southwestern New Mexico to the Gulf of California to collect sea shells to trade with other prehistoric Indians of the southwest. This bowl tells the story of one of the trading journeys to the Gulf of California and the finding of a beached whale. A man is sticking a staff or spear into the whale or large fish found on the beach.

13 SEPTEMBER, 2015 |  6.6 magnitude Earthquake Strikes Gulf of California  - http://endtimeheadlines.org/2015/09/6-6-magnitude-earthquake-strikes-gulf-of-california/

13 SEPTEMBER, 2015 | 6.6 magnitude Earthquake Strikes Gulf of California - http://endtimeheadlines.org/2015/09/6-6-magnitude-earthquake-strikes-gulf-of-california/

Mobula rays leap from the waters of the Gulf of California, Mexico.

Mobula rays leap from the waters of the Gulf of California, Mexico.

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