Monthly Archives: March 2013
Our three days exploring Mexico’s Magdalena Bay are behind us and we have slowly been making our way back to New York — via San José del Cabo and now Salt Lake City. Once back at Pace, we will dive … Continue reading
After releasing the final sea turtle captured in our 24-hour netting marathon, Professors Maria Luskay and Andrew Revkin grabbed three students and set up an interview with our friend and guide, Pedro Lopez-Martinez. Pedro revealed his passion for conservation. He grew … Continue reading
On day three of the Pace University documentary project in Baja, two film crews were dispatched. Four students and one professor headed by boat to a nearby fishing village, called San Gil Tierra. Once we arrived, the “village” actually turned … Continue reading
Our task for the day was to meet and interview the local lighthouse keeper, Victor de la Toba, to learn about his conservation efforts. To reach him, we had to take a 20-minute boat ride and then walk two miles … Continue reading
On our first full day at the Magdalena Bay campsite, we experienced a process know as “the 24 hour turtle watch.” A net designed to catch only turtles is deployed and checked every two to three hours, so turtles can … Continue reading
Here is a compiled collection of our images from our time filming in Magdalena Bay, Baja Mexico. For more images and to follow our progress please visit our Facebook page and follow us on Instagram.