The potential discovery of a new whale species has given a weary world a happy reminder that the earth still has joyful mysteries to share, that local boys from small towns can still make huge contributions to science, and that in Baja, right when we need them the most, the whales can still be relied upon to appear to fill us with wonder and inspire us with their 50 million years of sustainably inhabiting the earth.
The Cuevas family has lived on El Pardito, a rock in the Sea of Cortez, for 4 generations. This story charts the family’s journey from shark hunting to ocean conservation, and some of the stops along the way.
He really was just a good Catholic boy trying to make the padres proud, but suspicion and cruelty transformed him into something they foolishly feared he was all along, the vicious leader of a rebellion.
A fun walk through the 19th century in Todos Santos with three intriguing characters whose legacies still reverberate in the town today.
Friendship, pride and a revitalization of the great ranchero traditions in Baja California Sur.
Griselda was the first female firefighter comandante in Latin America, and remains the only one in Baja California Sur. Turtles gave her her start.
The Puppo Brothers are 81 and 91 years old, and they are the last independent fishermen of Isla Espiritu Santo. This is their story.
“Dr. Hammerhead” made an amazing discovery. “The sharks were swimming like we would drive a car down the highway, directly from one point to another.”
The Silver Route Museum celebrates the global, multicultural history of El Triunfo and surrounding Baja Sur towns as they rose and fell with the gold and silver mining industries, and outlines a vision for the future of the region as a center for scientific research and ecotourism.