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When you visit this amazing place, please have consideration for the birds, plants and animals that you share it with.

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Baby dolphin rescued from beach

Date: 5/11/2017

Third successful wildlife save in less than a week as stranded baby dolphin released back to sea.

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Baby northern elephant seal and turtle both saved in Cabo

Date: 5/8/2017

Two successful wildlife saves in Cabo in last few days – a baby northern elephant seal, and a turtle. Both are endangered species...

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Fulfill your Cabo fishing dreams with Lands End Charters

Date: 3/21/2017

I always try to fulfill my client’s dreams - to give them the fishing experience of their lives - I want them to remember it...

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The development of Cabo's tourism industry was prompted by the Mexican government's development of infrastructure to turn Cabo San Lucas into a major center for tourism in Mexico, beginning in 1974. Upon completion of the Transpeninsular Highway, also known as the Mexican Federal Highway 1, tourist development in Los Cabos have often proceeded relatively unchecked, not always to the benefit of locals and the environment.


Until fairly recently, the unique and fragile environment of this part of Mexico was largely unprotected by law, and therefore was subjected to developers acting in concert with government agencies interested only in low-end tourist bonanzas.


There is, however, a growing collection of activists and attorneys now involved in preserving many of Baja's desert habitats, marine mammals, and stretches of coastline. A number of agencies including the Gulf of California Conservation Fund and the Center for Environmental Law in La Paz are challenging the destruction of wetlands and other ecosystems from Los Cabos to Ensenada.


In the face of a growing international public demand for more ecological stewardship, higher-end resorts in the Los Cabos area are increasingly sensitive to their environmental impact, and are taking initial steps to institute sustainable practices such as reducing water usage and non-recyclable trash output.


When you visit this amazing place, please have consideration for the birds, plants and animals that you share it with.

 

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