Baja California Sur

Seagull at a mexican beach

Free Stock photo of a Seagull at a mexican beach formally called California gull.

They are usually medium to large birds, grey or white with black markings on the wings or head.

These gulls can’t dive as deep in the water as other sea birds to feed on pray, any species of gull feed in association with other animals, to be able to eat prey from deeper down many feed in association with other animals like whales and other seabirds like kelp gulls.

Photography taken at the mexican state of Baja California Sur, near Cabo.
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Todos Santos, Baja California beach

Vertical stock photo of Todos Santos, a Baja California beach.

This professional stock photography shows the texture of the sand and the white sea foam in great detail and also depicts a dark blue beach water and some mountains at the back.

Todos Santos was founded as a Mission in 1724, now is a town belongs to the municipality of La Paz, in the mexican state of Baja California Sur in north-west Mexico.

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Pelican Birds on a Baja California beach

This birds usually feed off of fish and also amphibians, crustaceans and occasionally smaller birds.

Of all the eight species of pelicans, the Pelecanus occidentals or brown Pelican is the smallest one.

Two Pelicans standing over rocks are depicted with the light blue beach called Todos Santos as background

Todos Santos is one of many Baja California Beaches that ends in the Pacific Ocean

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Pelican Birds on a Baja California Sur beach

Pelicans are birds that not only eat fish, they also feed off of crustaceans, amphibians, and occasionally small birds.

The brown Pelican is the smallest of all of the 8 species of pelicans.

Several Pelicans standing over rocks are depicted with the light blue beach called Todos Santos and some foliage and palm trees as background.

Todos Santos is one of many Beaches in Baja California Sur that ends as the Sea of Cortes.

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Colonial mission in Baja California Sur

San Javier mission in Baja California Sur is one of many spanish missions located in Mexico.

This is a stock photo depicting this colonial mission and mountains at its back, a sunny day under a clear sky.

This mission, constructed on a mountain range was the second one ever built on California by spanish evangelists with the intention of converting the natives of this region of Baja California Sur to Catholicism.

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Landscape photo of Baja California Beach

Landscape photo of Baja California Beach.

Mulegé attracts the kind of tourists that thrive eco-tourism activities, specially fishing, but also kayaking, mountain biking, diving and whale watching.

This scenery stock photo depicts a branch on the bright blue water of a beach, surrounded by arid mountains, a lighthouse in one of them and a clear light blue sky.

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Vertical photo of a Baja California beach

Vertical photo of a Baja California beach called Mulegé, a Baja California Beach.

Mulegé is a fishing place, due to its currents it attracts a wide variety of fishes like sailfish, wahoo (a tuna), and Marlin.

Its tourism is based on eco-tourism activities like diving, whale watching, kayaking or mountain biking.

This stock photo depicts a branch on the water of a bright blue beach with a clear sky, surrounded by arid mountains and a lighthouse in one of them.

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Clear water Baja California Beach

Clear water Baja California Beach.

Playa Armenta is one of the most recognized of the many beaches that are part of the Conception Bay.

This bay’s waters end on the Sea of Cortez, also known as the Gulf of California.

This vertical scenery professional photograph depicts a beautiful beach surrounded by some mudded rocks, desertic mountains and a clear sky.

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Mulege, Baja California beach

Mulege is a Baja California beach by the Mulege river.

Its economy is based mostly in tourism and fishing.

Cold currents from the north and warm currents from the south Pacific Ocean converge in the Mulegé area, in the Sea of Cortes, attracting a wide variety of fishes like Marlin, wahoo (a kind of tuna), and sailfish.

Eco-tourism activities include mountain biking, diving and kayaking.

There are also important cultural places and activities like visiting the Mission of Santa Rosalía de Mulegé or the prehistoric cave paintings.

This stock photo depicts a wood bridge on the shore of a bright blue beach with three fishing boats, a clear sky during sunset and some palm trees on the left side.

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Saguaro on a Baja California beach

Stock photo of a Saguaro on a Baja California beach.

This is a photograph of Armenta part of Conception Bay.

Its waters end on the Gulf of California or Sea of Cortez.

The photo depicts a robust saguaro with prominent thorns at the light colored rocky shore of a dark turquoise beach, a bright blue sky and mountains as background.

Conception bay is located on the east side of the mexican state of Baja California Sur.

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