Category Archives: Sea Turtles

Father and Daughter Adventure with Dr. Wallace J Nichols

There’s nothing I like better than taking my daughters into the field to spend time with sea turtles. It’s always memorable and brings us closer together as a family. But they grow up fast (the kids AND the turtles) and changes are inevitable. Getting back in the water together is always a good idea. So, […]

Reconnecting with the tribe in Adventure Week Baja California Sur

This March, RED Travel Mexico participated in Adventure Week, organized by our friends at the Adventure Travel and Trade Association (ATTA) and the state tourism board of Baja California Sur (FITUES). For the 20 international tour operators and media participating in the event, it was a chance to get to know Baja California Sur on […]

Baja’s Black Turtles Offer Hope

“What region of the earth is not full of our calamities?” Those words were written by a poet. A Roman poet. More than two thousands years ago. His name was Virgil (70 BC – 19 BC). There are certainly days when I feel the way he felt when he penned that phrase. Indeed, it can […]

Adventures for Singles Expedition – Sea Lions, Turtles & Whales

This article was written by Suzy Davis, Adventure for Singles Owner. See the original article. Here’s an adventure that so exceeded my expectations, I must present it again.  The wilderness and islands along Sea of Cortex is one of the most undiscovered and exciting places on the planet with so many wonders to experience.  I’m […]

Adventure Trips That Give Back – National Geographic Adventure

Going on an adventure to a new place has the power to change you, but you can also change a place—for better or worse. Make a positive impact with one of these ten trips that are full of adventure and also benefit local communities and conservation. —Kate Siber  

This January, live one week of your life as a sea turtle conservation biologist

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of conservation projects of wild and endangered species? This is your chance to experience it!

One Turtle Saved

Fifteen years ago the hawksbill sea turtle in my hands would have been hog-tied, whisked hundreds of miles, slaughtered and carved into trinkets. Today, it swam free. On Baja’s Pacific coast, an adult male hawksbill sea turtle found its way into a fisherman’s net.