The Valle de los Cirios Pacific Coast is one of few intact wild coastal regions left on the Baja California Peninsula. This sparsely populated 200 kilometer mile long coastal region is home to pristine reef systems, coastal wetlands, extensive sand dunes, rocky headlands, and valleys forested with Boojum Trees, cardon cactus, elephant Trees and other unique desert flora.
In 2006, WILDCOAST began efforts to protect the unique coastal ecosystems of the region. Through direct land purchases, conservation easements, conservation concessions and stewardship activities, WILDCOAST is protecting its headlands, wetlands, coastal valleys and critical shoreline areas.
To date, WILDCOAST has conserved a total of 26.75 miles and 40,685 acres of coastline, including nine headlands, five wetlands and 11 continuous miles of shoreline.
Learn more about our work go to wildcoast.net.
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