Magdalena Bay, has been called the Jewel of the Pacific, and is considered Mexico’s Chesapeake for good reason as one of the country’s most productive fisheries. From December to March, migrating gray whales call it their home away from home, the bay providing protected waters for whales to mate and calve. It is also the place where endangered black sea turtles feed off the abundant sea grasses, and where leatherbacks, hawksbills and olive ridleys can be encountered. Magdalena Bay is also home to scores of marine birds and migratory species, and where RED has its gray whale and sea turtle conservation camp from January through March.

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