This wetland area in the Sonoran Desert is home to over 360 species of birds throughout the year, making it one of the areas with highest diversity of birds in northwestern Mexico.
Álamos is a transition zone between the Sonoran Desert to the north and tropical regions to the south, making it an amazing location to see a great diversity of birds.
The Estero de San José del Cabo, located at the southern tip of the peninsula of Baja California, Mexico is the only freshwater coastal lagoon in the State of Baja California Sur.
The Sonoran Joint Venture has developed a comprehensive training curriculum for organizations wishing to train local bird guides.
With a bit of planning, traveling in Mexico can be a safe and highly enjoyable experience. Review our travel tips and start planning your trip today!
Learn a little about the guides that will assist you in having the ultimate Mexico nature experience.