With exceptional commitment, Enrique Hambleton has been a leader in environmental education and conservation. As a founding member of PRONATURA, a Mexican conservation organization, and Sociedad de Historia Natural Niparajá, La Paz, he has promoted the preservation of irreplaceable natural places. A recognized authority on the aboriginal rock art and paintings of the Baja California peninsula, Enrique’s work was instrumental in the designation of the Sierra San Francisco as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Enrique also devotes time to the San Diego Natural History Museum’s binational advisory board.
I am continually amazed by Baja California’s beauty and diversity. After photographing it for over twenty-five years, I have barely mined the richness of imagery it contains.... Time spent in the field visiting its people, places, and creatures has been a rare privilege. It compels me to help raise awareness about the region’s frail, delicate, and valuable nature.
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San Diego Natural History Museum & PRONATURA
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