Monitoring the pulse of the desert through avian monitoring in the Pinacate Biosphere Reserve
By: Aaron Flesch, Miguel Grageda García Monitoring the status and distribution of wildlife and vegetation are fundamental aspects of conservation and sustainable management of biodiversity and natural resources. Without solid baseline information on these and other parameters, individuals, habitats, and potentially entire populations or species...
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The El Pinacate and Gran Desierto de Altar Biosphere Reserve: 28 years of history and counting
By: Biol. Carlos Castillo Sánchez. Senior Conservation Specialist, Wildlands Network Mexico Program It was at the beginning of the 80's when a group of researchers headed by Dr. Ezequiel Ezcurra from the UNAM Institute of Ecology visited the Sierra del Pinacate region. In 1981, they...
Indigenous Peoples Part II. Historical tribes from the heart of the Sonoran Desert
Compilador: Guillermo Munro Historically, the Hia C’ed O’odham or Areneños had a smaller population, but a larger territory with a greater lack of resources and a larger amount of arid lands. They lived to the west of what is now known as the Organ Pipe...
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