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Ranger Abel Reséndiz protects nature reserves in Mexico

Reserve ranger: Abel Reséndiz
Country: Mexico
Partner organisation: Grupo Ecológico Sierra Gorda (GESG)

Protecting wildlife in the most diverse region of Mexico, the remote wilds of the Sierra Gorda mountains, ranger Abel no longer has to work as a migrant in the USA thanks to his first secure job with World Land Trust partner, GESG.

Abel said: "I feel proud of my work because we are protecting special places that were being destroyed or were under pressure from logging, ranching, frequent wildfires and poachers."

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Read ranger Abel's wildlife encounters and adventures from the field:

  • 20 February 2014
    Reserves supported by World Land Trust (WLT) in Sierra Gorda are well protected thanks to a team of rangers, according to Grupo Ecológico Sierra Gorda...
  • 18 April 2013
    There were no signs of logging, intruders or cattle in February in reserves inside Sierra Gorda patrolled by Keeper of the Wild Abel Reséndiz. In the course of his d...
  • 04 December 2012
    One third of the population of Sierra Gorda in Central Mexico migrates to the USA for work. Bethan John meets a wildlife ranger supported by the World Land Trust (WLT) and finds ou...
  • 28 March 2012
    Discover how a camera not only captures the intimate life of a Trogon bird species, but also protects against illegal hunting and environmental damage  Reclusive and seldom...
  • 06 March 2012
    Discover more about the lives and work of our rangers who protect some of the most threatened habitats and wildlife on Earth It has been a year since World Land Trust (WLT) laun...
  • 12 December 2011
    Ranger Abel Reséndiz shares his positive views on protecting the environment after his former life as a hunter. Life for Abel Reséndiz changed dramatically when he g...
  • 08 July 2011
    Join Abel Reséndiz as he shares his exciting wildlife sightings in one of the wildest regions in the world, where he works as a reserve ranger funded by the World Land Trust’...

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