Category: Eco-friendly

The Real Heroes of Mexico: Meet Chris Pesenti

The Mexico Report presents a hero-a-day in December.  Meet one of the 2013 Real Heroes of Mexico, Chris Pesenti. La Paz, Baja California Sur “Chris has been working in Northwest Mexico for over 11 years always striving for an efficient…

National Treasures of the Mexican Caribbean

David A. Nuñez, author of Que es Lo Que Vi – What Did I See? National Treasures of the Mexican Caribbean, identifies more than 120 species most encountered in this region of Mexico.  From fish and sea turtles to birds, mammals…

The Mexico Report to Sponsor 2nd Annual Baja Bash

The Mexico Report is pleased to announce its participation as a media sponsor in support of  WILDCOAST’s 2nd Annual Baja Bash taking place at the Port Pavilion in San Diego on Saturday, June 15, 2013. The Mexico Report is an online…

Blue-footed Booby and More at Marietas Islands, Nayarit

Guest post written and submitted by Guillermo Nestor In my earlier years as a professor of natural history and ornithology (branch of zoology that concerns the study of birds), I regularly traveled with students to unique ecological treasures around the world.  The Marietas…

16 Cool Things to Do in Puerto Vallarta

Banderas Bay, Puerto Vallarta

At the end of this year, my family and I will be visiting Puerto Vallarta, which will make it my umteenth time enjoying this beautiful and safe city. In fact, just thinking about visiting Vallarta, I am nostalgic for my…