Letter from a CEDO Friend
By: Mark Kaib. Retired USFWS Wildfire Ecologist Dear Friends, I had a special experience at CEDO in Puerto Peñasco recently. Having traveled since childhood to these wonderful tide pools and beaches, I was always a supporter of CEDO since its beginning. My interest was to...
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Native fishes of the Rio Sonoyta
By: Doug Duncan; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service It takes active partnerships to achieve conservation that is meaningful and lasting. When I started my conservation career more than 30 years ago, I was like most biologists then, and just wanted to work with animals and...
Where the Desert Meets the Sea—A Place of Extremes
By: Efraín Wong, Leonor López H., Ángeles Sánchez C., René Loaiza V. Editor: Socorro González B. The northern Gulf of California is an eco-region limited to the south by the Tiburon and Ángel de la Guarda islands, and to the north by the Colorado River...
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