Alex Estrada

Alex Estrada

Alex Estrada

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Alex Estrada earned his degree in Alternative Tourism at the Autonomous University of Baja California Sur (UABCS). At Eco-Alianza he serves as a field and laboratory technician in monitoring water quality and is also field technician for the development of the Management Plan for the chocolata clam (Megapitaria squalida). He is interested in the promotion of economic and sustainable development in the Loreto Bay National Park, and thinks that collaboration among the users of this Protected Natural Area can be the key to responsible development of the various activities within it. In his free time, Alex enjoys a variety of outdoor sports, as well as the preparation of typical dishes from the region.