Thanks for Frank of the turtle rescue project for the following schedule of hatchings! Box nursery, July 17th to October 20th, done. Beach Nursery, October 20th to November 7th, half done. Box nursery again, November 7th to January 7th. Winter beach nursery, January 7th to March 15th. When conditions are too
Thanks to the local weather station www.sanpanchoweather.com, not only can we check it there, but there is very detailed information now at http://www.wunderground.com/weatherstation/WXDailyHistory.asp?ID=INAYARIT2 .
This article was taken from Riviera Nayarit Blog www.rivieranayaritblog.com. Little Known Riviera Nayarit Islands Dazzle Visitors With Their Rare Wildlife, History And Even A Hidden Beach Most often heralded for its nearly 200 miles of golden coast, Riviera Nayarit is also home to beautiful, remote islands full of wildlife
Are you thinking of a fall getaway to Mexico? Yes, it is still hot and possibly rainy in Sept and Oct, but the town has its big event. The actual day for the patron saint – St. Francis of Assisi for which San Pancho is named is always October 4. There
n the spring of 1992 the founding members of the Grupo Ecológico de la Costa Verde, A.C. (the Group) organized and built the first marine nursery in San Francisco, Nayarit. By June of that year protection of Olive Ridley and Leatherback turtle eggs had begun. This was taken from the
This is taken from Erin’s blog that I saw on www.sanpanchoweather.com. ” We came to San Pancho to see our friends Victoria and Steve who raved about this tiny beach town on Mexico’s Pacific Coast. We were enticed by talk of whales and turtles, jungle covered hills and long stretches
I realized unless you go to www.vrbo.com/1952 or to tripadvisior.com you don’t really get a chance to see what renters are saying about Casa Melissa. So here are three of the emails I have received February/March 2013. WOW! What an extraordinary place you have. We could not have enjoyed
La Patrona is a restaurant at the Polo Field. You can eat dinner there most nights, but on Saturdays you can eat and watch a polo game. I went, and it was fun, but I really didn’t know the rules of the game (luckily the guy at the table next
I found this interesting chart of high and low temperatures on the www.sanpanchoweather.com website. I was surprised how cool it can get. Of course I always bring a sweater in the winter. But the weather is perfect for hiking and playing tennis. And of course swimming in the heated pool!
News from the non-profit birding club in San Pancho: “What is coming next season for S.P.B.O. As the freshly feathered San Pancho Bird Observatory (SPBO) fledges our team is working to bring birding in San Pancho to the next level. Weekly bilingual bird-id lectures will be offered at Entreamigos; these