Wild mountains in Mexico’s meltingpot

Nature and landscape photography from the wild mountains of the Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, a vast one million acre protected area in Central Mexico

This striking landscape, in one of the most diverse regions of Mexico, is protected thanks to the conservation work of Grupo Ecológico Sierra Gorda (GESG). It’s a melting pot where tropical forests meet temperate mountains and semi-deserts.

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Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central Mexico
Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central Mexico
Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central MexicoSierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Central Mexico

Landscape and nature photography of the Sierra Gorda, in rural Central Mexico

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An environmental journalist and communications trainer, Bethan specialises in nature conservation and social justice

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