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Gray whale watch in El Vizcaíno BR

Monitoring begins with the arrival of the Gray Whale to the Ojo de Liebre and San Ignacio Lagoons. To estimate the number of individuals in both lagoons, winter counts are done at previously established points.

Type: Conservation of biodiversity

Field of activity: Species conservation (flora/fauna)

Responsible body: Community and Biodiversity AC and the Mexican Fund for the Conservation of Nature

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Contact: Everardo Mariano Melendez - emariano@conanp.gob.mx

Area of operation: El Vizcaíno BR

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