If you protect the reef, it can continue to protect you.
Placeholder image Placeholder image

Arrecifes Pro Ciudad, Inc.

And the community conservation proposal.

Turtle Project


"Current status of the aggregations of turtles, Hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricata) and the Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) in the Arrecife de la Isla Verde Marine Reserve." Directed by the biologist Carlos Diez -DRNA. Thanks to the Carey Project, we verified that this urban reef, Arrecife de la Isla Verde, is a habitat for the growth of these two species of sea turtles.

Placeholder image

Placeholder image

Placeholder image

Placeholder image
Placeholder image
Placeholder image

Placeholder image
Placeholder image
Placeholder image


Placeholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder imagePlaceholder image