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We are convening a collective ritual in honor of the vaquita porpoise. It includes a procession on saturday, February 17, in Mexico City -10:oo hrs at Tamayo Museum esplanade, Bosque de Chapultepec. With participation gallery of altars  remembrance from around the world and multiple exhibitions in museums, galleries and other venues.

Needless to say, the success of the action depends on the number of people who participate. You’re invited to join us, and to help us to achieve the strength and breadth this call to conscience needs to succeed. Are you with us?

Manifest

YOU’RE INVITED TO A PROCESSION IN HONOR OF THE VAQUITA

The world is about to witness an irreversible tragedy: the extinction of the vaquita porpoise. We are talking about the final extinction on this planet of an exclusively Mexican species, and hence the loss of a unique form of life. It is easily said, but a creature that for millions of years has lived in Mexico’s upper Gulf of California will be gone forever as a result of indifference and ignorance, of illegal fishing and trafficking, and of humankind’s ambition. Its place in the natural world will be left empty and no other organism will be able to fill the void. It is a genuine tragedy and very sobering thought that should lead us to reflect on how our daily actions are driving thousands of species towards the same end.

The porpoise commonly known as “vaquita” (Phocoena sinus) is the smallest of the cetaceans, the group of marine mammals that includes whales, dolphins and porpoises. In 2016, the year of the last available estimate, the vaquita population was calculated to number fewer than thirty. This past October, over sixty experts from several countries attempted to capture a few specimens in order to preserve the species in captivity, but their efforts were unsuccessful.

In light of this tragic prospect, we the undersigned have resolved to stage a public demonstration in honor of the vaquita through a ceremonial act the purpose of which is to give the entire planet a reality check as to what the human race is wreaking on the natural world. The core message is to launch a worldwide appeal for us to change what we are doing wrong, and instead protect the natural species we humans depend on and are putting at risk of extinction, so that this story will never repeat itself.

We invite you to take part in the procession in honor of the vaquita, a silent and solemn ceremony of respect for the natural world to take place on Saturday, 17th February 2018, beginning at 10:00 a.m. The procession will depart from the Tamayo Museum and end at the National Museum of Anthropology. It will make its way through Chapultepec Park, safeguarded throughout by girls and boys forming two long barriers uniting both cultural venues, their presence acting as a silent reproach to our generation for the world we will be leaving them.

The procession’s highlight will be a “performance” conceived by Mexican artist and conservationist Patricio Robles Gil. He has created an evocative sculpture that is the centerpiece of the ceremony in honor of the vaquita, a symbolic fragment of which will be carried by various personalities along the route to the National Museum of Anthropology, where it will be incorporated back into the sculpture, which will thereafter be on public view.

Come to the procession with your family and friends! Let us act as witnesses and participants in a ritual that will help raise awareness of the significance of the irreparable loss of an animal species under our care, and of all that we must and can do to prevent this from occurring again. Please join us! Your participation is very important!

About the author About the music
Patricio Robles Gil

ARTIST AND CONSERVATIONIST

Born in Mexico in the 1950s, this brave and versatile artist speaks to us, in one of his books, of the three themes which give meaning to his existence:

Untamed nature

Creativity through art

His life companion, Patricia

Among his finest qualities: honesty, perseverance, integrity, coherence, and recklessness to the point of stubbornness.

For more than a decade (1977-1988), he devoted himself to the drawing and painting of the ethnic groups of Mexico, with exhibitions in multiple galleries.

From 1989 to 2010, he founded two organizations dedicated to the conservation of biodiversity and wilderness: Agrupación Sierra Madre SC and Unidos para la Conservación AC. These produced 38 art books about the natural wealth of Mexico and the world; five of them with Gil’s photographs and texts.

In the same period, he published articles and photographs in renowned magazines and received international and national awards for his work. He also designed campaigns for the protection of multiple animal species.

Gil remains convinced that art is a tool for change and an instrument of denunciation and confrontation. From 2010 through today, he’s worked on a project that he’s christened “The Rituals of Extinction.” In the works of art he’s created, through various means (photography, sculpture, painting, and installation), he provides evidence of serious environmental problems and raises awareness of the irreparable damage that humans have done to the planet.

Mónica del Villar K.

January 2018

About the music

The procession will be accompanied musically, through the Chapultepec Forest from the Tamayo Museum to the National Museum of Anthropology, by the Tambuco Ensemble, led by composer, Ricardo Gallardo.

The conclusion of the ceremony, within the lobby of the National Museum of Anthropology, will culminate with a performance of composer Mario Lavista’s “Responsorio in memoriam Rodolfo Halffer.

Signatories
Miguel León-Portilla
Historian, UNAM
Guillermo Arriaga
Writer and filmmaker
José Sarukhán
Scientific, CONABIO
Vance Martin
The Wild Foundation, EUA
Marínela Servitje
Public space promoter
Jane Goodall PHD
DBE Founder-The Jane Goodall Institute, UN Messenger of Peace
Manuel Arango
Businessman, philanthropist
Federico Reyes Heroles
Writer, political scientist
Eduardo Matos Moctezuma
Archaeologist
George Schaller
Biologist, conservationist, EUA
Dolores Béistegui
Papalote Museo del Niño
Kristine Mcdivitt Tompkins
Conservationist, EUA
Diego Prieto
Anthropologist, Anthropology and History
Lidia Camacho
Political scientist, Bellas Artes
Tanya Müller
Environment, Mexico City
Daniel Servitje
Businessman, conservationist
Exequiel Ezcurra
Ecologist, conservationist
Ofelia Medina
Actress, activist
Who is the Vaquita Marina?

In Spanish; Vaquita, Vaquita Marina, Marsopa vaquita. In Latin: Phocoena sinus. Phocoena is the genus of porpoises, from the Latin vulgar porcopiscis (“pig-fish”) porcus = Puerco, piscis = fish. The word sinus means bay. In English; Desert porpoise, Vaquita porpoise, Gulf of California harbor porpoise, Gulf of California porpoise. French; Marsouin de Californie. German; Kalifornien-Schweinswal. Legend has it that men fishing for totoaba, when bringing in their nets, found a lactating female porpoise. Bringing the animal on board, milk came from the teats, and the name vaquita has been with us ever since.

The vaquita is a marine mammal along with whales, dolphins and other porpoises. These three are called cetaceans. Sea mammals also include seals, sea lions, elephant seals, manatees, and polar bears. All of them breathe air, and in total, some 129 different species of marine mammals are known.

The smallest of all cetaceans, an adult female can reach 1.5 meters in length and weigh 48 kilograms. Males are slightly smaller. The vaquita’s most distinctive features are black patches around the eyes and snout.

Vaquitas live approximately 20 years and reproduce for the first time between the ages of three and six years. Reproduction is seasonal, with most births occurring in March and April. A few females seem to reproduce annually, but most will do it every two years.

The vaquita is an exclusively Mexican species. Its historical distribution may have extended to several million square kilometers, in the northernmost region of the Gulf of California. Today, vaquitas inhabit an area of ​​only a few thousand square kilometers, which also explains why it is the smallest of any living species of marine cetaceans.

As the vaquita is found exclusively in Mexican waters, it is said to be endemic to Mexico.

The species that was discovered relatively recently, in 1958, and was described by researchers Norris & McFarland, based on three skulls collected on the beaches north of San Felipe, Baja California.

The vaquita is in danger of extinction according to the official Mexican government definition, and in critical danger of extinction, on the red list of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (UICN). The risk factor that has threatened and continues to threaten the survival of the vaquita is incidental mortality in gillnets used for shrimp and other fish. In the last five years, the resurgence of illegal totoaba fishing led to the average annual decline rate, between 2011 and 2016, to have been estimated at 39%, which corresponds to a population decrease of 90% in this short five-year period.

 TOTOABA. (Totoaba macdonali) A marine fish endemic to the Gulf of California, the totoaba has been classified as endangered by the Mexican government and by UICN. Fishing for the species was banned in 1975, and the use of gillnets, toaberas, in 1992. Despite this, illegal fishing has continued to date.

From 2010 or 2011, demand in Hong Kong and mainland China for the swim bladder, the “fish maw,” of totoaba skyrocketed. A kilogram of the product reached up to US$100,000 on the Chinese black market. It is used as a traditional medicinal treatment even lacking any proof of its effectiveness. Totoaba fishermen can earn between US$1,500 and $10,000 per kilogram, depending on the quality of the harvest, adult males of the species being the most highly prized. Due to this financial incentive, fishermen risk legal prosecution when they fish for totoaba, and laying the gill nets, where the vaquitas die.

The first studies to know the number of vaquitas were made by the International Committee of the Recovery of the Vaquita (CIRVA). In 1997, 567 individuals were estimated. In 2015 the size of the population was estimated at fewer than 60 individuals and, one year later, in 2016, at fewer than 30 vaquitas.

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 Many actions have been carried out in an attempt to ensure the recovery of vaquita numbers. These have ranged from studies of the reproductive processes to oceanographic studies, and studies of the fisheries and the socioeconomics of the region. The Biosphere Reserve of the Upper Gulf of California and the Colorado River Delta was established with the help of civil society organizations. These worked with the fishing communities in search of alternative and economical fishing methods, and networks for compensating fishermen. A refuge area for the protection of the vaquita itself was created to extend the protection area of ​​the Biosphere Reserve, a gill net exclusion zone, and awareness campaigns were begun to educate on the importance of and threats to the vaquita. Surveillance was begun by the Mexican Secretariat of the Environment and Natural Resources through the Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection, and the Secretary of the Navy. Abandoned nets were recovered (518 of them in 2016 and 2017), as were any drifting nets, old and new. An attempt to capture some vaquitas with the intention of raising them in captivity until assuring that there are no nets in which they can be entangled, unfortunately, failed.

 

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You’re invited to participate and join this global, ritual ceremony wherever you are in the world. Rituals are important to all of our lives. They help us to remember and mitigate the losses we suffer, and to prepare us to recognize and sometimes to resolve the conflicts we face.

The critical situation of the vaquita gives us an opportunity to make a global call in support of the many other species that human beings are pushing towards extinction. With digital media and social networks, today we can involve many more people like you. And this is apart from the uncertainty and the restlessness generated by bad news that comes to us every day from around the world.

The idea is that you invent your own ritual. We invite you to print some of the images of the vaquita below and place them in important places surrounded by some beloved objects, flowers, and candles. Photograph and document your altar and upload it to this platform, where you will see it as part of a world map which will display all the altars around the world. In this way, you may honor the vaquita, and your voice will be added to those of many other people and diverse cultural spaces, and sounding the alarm for the serious damage we are causing to the natural world.


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México
89
United States of America
9
Germany
5
Spain
6
Chile
1
France, French Republic
1
United Kingdom
3
Canada
2
India
5
Netherlands
2
COLEGIO MARIANNE FROSTING
18 · 06 · 2018
En Colegio Marianne Frosting nuestros niños expresan de muy diversas maneras su preocupación por la situación en la que se encuentra la Vaquita Marina.
Fundación Wild
26 · 03 · 2018
Salvemos a la Vaquita
Museo de la Ballena
26 · 03 · 2018
Salvemos a la Vaquita
Museo de la Ballena
26 · 03 · 2018
Salvemos a la Vaquita
Museo de la Ballena
26 · 03 · 2018
Salvemos a la Vaquita
Karen González Martínez
22 · 03 · 2018
No se si sea un altar. Pero coloqué un cartel sobre la procesión. Lo que cuenta es tratar de concientizar a las personas antes de que nuestro sactos sean irreversobles ante la actual situación de la vaquita marina.
Aluxes Palenque
22 · 03 · 2018
En Aluxes Palenque organizamos una procesión con danzas tradicionales y educación ambiental en Honor a la Vaquita Marina. Fue un evento concurrido por la ciudadania y visitantes lleno de alegría y preocupación por la constante pérdida de espécies endémicas en México.
ARNOTERRA
05 · 03 · 2018
En el parque de Conservación Arboterra by Africam Safari, colocamos una imagen de la Vaquita marina en la Isla Rocosa con la finalidad de que al terminar los recorridos, se explicara a los visitantes acerca de la vaquita marina e invitarlos a poner su huella en la imagen para hacer saber que están en pro de la conservación de la Vaquita Marina. Tuvimos la oportunidad de hacerle saber a nuestros visitantes acerca de la situación de vulnerabilidad que sufre la vaquita marina actualmente,generando así conciencia ambiental e invitándoles a investigar más acerca de este ejemplar. Sin duda seguiremos apoyando esta noble causa
Gero Al-Fa
26 · 02 · 2018
Por la vaquita marina. 😢💓
Acuario Michin
21 · 02 · 2018
Salvemos a la Vaquita Marina
Duisburg y Nuremberg
21 · 02 · 2018
Rettung für Seekuh Vaquita Marina
Duisburg y Nuremberg
21 · 02 · 2018
Rettung für Seekuh Vaquita Marina
Duisburg y Nuremberg
21 · 02 · 2018
Rettung für Seekuh Vaquita Marina
Duisburg y Nuremberg
21 · 02 · 2018
Rettung für Seekuh Vaquita Marina
Duisburg y Nuremberg
21 · 02 · 2018
Rettung für Seekuh Vaquita Marina.
Museo Fernando García Ponce – MACAY
20 · 02 · 2018
Como parte de nuestra participación en la Procesión en honor a la Vaquita Marina, los niños del taller trimestral impartido por el Departamento de Servicios Educativos del museo realizaron un mural, esculturas y carteles que hacen referencia a la protección de la vida en los océanos y en apoyo al movimiento para evitar la extinción de la vaquita marina. También contamos con un área donde el público puede obtener más información sobre esta especie endémica y por qué está en peligro, además de una instalación con esculturas de la artista Colleen Casey.
Paola
20 · 02 · 2018
😊😊😊
Museo Fernando García Ponce – MACAY
20 · 02 · 2018
Como parte de nuestra participación en la Procesión en honor a la Vaquita Marina, los niños del taller trimestral impartido por el Departamento de Servicios Educativos del museo realizaron un mural, esculturas y carteles que hacen referencia a la protección de la vida en los océanos y en apoyo al movimiento para evitar la extinción de la vaquita marina. También contamos con un área donde el público puede obtener más información sobre esta especie endémica y por qué está en peligro, además de una instalación con esculturas de la artista Colleen Casey.
Cancún Q.R
20 · 02 · 2018
¡Salvemos a la Vaquita!
Cancún Q.R
20 · 02 · 2018
¡Salvemos a la Vaquita!
David
20 · 02 · 2018
Si supiera que el mundo se acaba mañana, yo, hoy todavía, lucharía por la conservación de la Vaquita Marina.
ALEJANDRA MTZ
20 · 02 · 2018
Nadamos a tu alrededor para salvarte Vaquita!!!
Museo de Ciencias Naturales Madrid
19 · 02 · 2018
Salvemos a la Vaquita Marina
Javier y Alexa
19 · 02 · 2018
Javier y Alexa. Altar Vaquita, México
Paola
19 · 02 · 2018
Esc. Vicente Guerrero
19 · 02 · 2018
Difundamos en la escuela para que los niños muevan a los adultos.
Río Uruguay 112 Col. Pueblo Nuevo
19 · 02 · 2018
Esc. Vicente Guerrero realizando pláticas con los niños para que estén informados de la situación que se vive actualmente con la vaquita marina.
Haine
19 · 02 · 2018
Salvemos a la vaquita marina ✌😢
NRM MPA
19 · 02 · 2018
salvemos juntos a la vaquita marina
Espacio Odisea
19 · 02 · 2018
Espacio odisea es un lugar que busca conectar a la comunidad de Valle de bravo para generar un espacio donde se exploren formas de experimentación y aprendizaje colaborativo que responda a las inquietudes y preocupaciones de niños, jóvenes, adultos y ancianos. En ésta dinámica buscamos concientizar a los niños del problema que causa la actividad humana en especies como la vaquita marina para que exista una mejor interacción entre el ser humano y el medio en el que interactúa con otras especies.
Manuela, Martina y Rosario
19 · 02 · 2018
Salvemos a la Vaquita Marina!
María José Harder R.
19 · 02 · 2018
Por detener la extinción actual de las especies, 100 veces más que la tasa natural. #Procesiciónvaquitamarina
LIBRERIA PANTA RHEI
19 · 02 · 2018
Hoy en la Librería Panta Rhei nos unimos al ritual colectivo que se celebra por todo el mundo en honor a la Vaquita Marina. ¡Hagamos fuerza entre todos!
Benjamin Explorando la Vida
19 · 02 · 2018
En Explorando la Vida, creemos que para proteger hay que conocer, por eso nos dedicamos a despertar la pasión por el conocimiento en pláticas conferencia y actividades, el año pasado hicimos nuestro mejor esfuerzo en honor a la vaquita, la Expedición Vaquita 2017. Durante la expedición, ayudamos al estudio de la población y en la limpieza del Golfo de California y contribuimos a que más personas conocieran a nuestra Vaquita. Hoy teníamos previsto un altar al lado del lago Bourget, el lago natural más grande de Francia, pero la lluvia nos hizo cancelar esta actividad, que retomaremos en pláticas con el público posteriormente.
ESCUELA PRIMARIA GENERAL IGNACIO ZARAGOZA CLUB DE LEONES #10
19 · 02 · 2018
PLATICA INFORMATIVA ACERCA DE LA VAQUITA MARINA COMO PARTE DE LA CAMPAÑA DE CONCIENTIZACIÓN E INVITACIÓN A PARTICIPAR EN EL ALTAR EN HONOR A LA VAQUITA MARINA. LOS NIÑOS SE MOSTRARON BASTANTE PARTICIPATIVOS Y SENSIBLES RESPECTO A LA SITUACIÓN,Y NOS PLATICARON QUE VAN A REALIZAR DIBUJOS DE LA VAQUITA MARINA EN SU ESCUELA. PLÁTICA IMPARTIDA POR LOS NIÑOS: LOT NAVARRO Y TAMARA NAVARRO,
LOT ABDIEL, FRIDA TAMARA
19 · 02 · 2018
PLATICA ACERCA DE LA VAQUITA MARINA A NIÑAS Y NIÑOS DEL CENTRO DE ALTO RENDIMIENTO ACADÉMICO, AL FINALIZAR SE ORGANIZARON Y ARMARON UN ALTAR EN HONOR A LA VAQUITA MARINA.
Mangelsen—Images of Nature Gallery in Denver, CO
19 · 02 · 2018
We at Mangelsen—Images of Nature Gallery in Denver, Colorado hope you will do your part in helping to save the vaquita. “Only if we Understand, Can we care. Only if we care, we will help. Only if we help shall they be saved.” -Dr. Jane Goodall Credit to Thomas D. Mangelsen for his fine art photography, Harbor Seals-La Jolla, CA
CENTRO DE ALTO RENDIMIENTO ACADÉMICO
19 · 02 · 2018
ALTAR EN HONOR A LA VAQUITA MARINA, REALIZADO POR NIÑAS Y NIÑOS DEL CENTRO DE ALTO RENDIMIENTO ACADÉMICO
Laboratorio de Conciencia Digital
16 · 02 · 2018
Seamos partícipes de este hermoso rito que ayudará a crear conciencia sobre el significado de la pérdida irreparable de la Vaquita y de cualquier especie animal
Lorenzo Rosenzweig
16 · 02 · 2018
¡En buena compañía!
Tom Mangelsen
16 · 02 · 2018
Thomas D. Mangelsen sends out a urgent conservation message about the Vaquita to over 70,000 clients.
Ama, actúa, ayuda
16 · 02 · 2018
El alma de la vaquita.
Miriam Baltazar
16 · 02 · 2018
Apoyando ! #Makymat
Mangelsen – Images of Nature Gallery – Galena, IL
16 · 02 · 2018
At Mangelsen - Images of Nature Gallery, we hope you will do your part in helping to save the Vaquita. As Ansel Adams once said, "Once destroyed, nature's beauty cannot be repurchased at any price".
EDUARDO FRIAS RUEDA
16 · 02 · 2018
Salvemos a la vaquita marina!!!
Marcela Muñoz Aguilar
16 · 02 · 2018
¡Salvemos a la Vaquita Marina!
Alan Berman
16 · 02 · 2018
CEDO ha pasado más de tres décadas trabajando para evitar la extinción de la vaquita marina (Phocoena sinus), el cetáceo más amenazado del mundo, de los cuales quedan menos de 30. Aun no estamos listos para decir adiós a la vaquita, pero asistimos a este evento en honor a todos los esfuerzos para conservar las especies y ecosistemas del Golfo de California. CEDO has spent over three decades working to prevent the extinction of the vaquita marina, or Gulf Harbor Porpoise (Phocoena sinus), the world's most endangered cetacean, of which less than 30 likely remain. Although we are not ready to say goodbye to this species, we attend this event in solidarity with everyone who has worked for the conservation and preservation of the Gulf of California's species and ecosystems.
MARICELA FERNANDEZ MARTINEZ
16 · 02 · 2018
SALVEMOS A LA VAQUITA MARINA
Roos van Leeuwen
16 · 02 · 2018
'Try to live an efficient and ethical lifestyle, choosing a vegan diet and living simply with a ‘less is more’ attitude is a good way to start saving the ocean and it's marine life...
Ernesto Durand
16 · 02 · 2018
Aun así todavía tengo la esperanza de que pronto aprendamos a convivir y compartir este mundo con todos los seres vivos que tiene el mismo derecho a vivir en este planeta.
Marisa
15 · 02 · 2018
Salvemos a la Vaquita Marina
JULIA SÁNCHEZ HARTE
15 · 02 · 2018
Conferencia de la vaquita marina en 3o de preescolar con invitación a la procesión de la vaquita para el 17 de febrero de 2018. Julia de 5 años, Tlalpan, Ciudad de México
Ashena Canada
15 · 02 · 2018
what can we do?
Arden Canada
15 · 02 · 2018
So sad
Alan Ruiz Berman
15 · 02 · 2018
Durante mas de treinta años el Centro Intercultural de Estudio de Desiertos y Oceanos ha trabajado sin descanso para prevenir la extinción de la vaquita marina. A pesar de que no estamos resignados a decir adios a esta especie, símbolo de perdida de biodiversidad a causa del impacto humano, estaremos participando en el evento en solidaridad con todos los que han trabajado a nuestro lado. CEDO continua a trabajar para alcazar modos de sobrevivencia sostenibles, comunidades activas y sistemas marinos sanos en el Alto Golfo de California. Ponganse en contacto con Alan Ruiz Berman, nuestro coordinador de comunicación y artista del altar, para mas información sobre nuestros esfuerzos para salvar a la vaquita, o visite CEDO.org For more than thirty years, the Intercultural Center For The Study Of Deserts and Oceans has worked tirelessly to prevent the extinction of the vaquita marina. Although we are not ready to say goodbye to this species, a symbol of the loss of global biodiversity as a result of human impact, we will be attending the event in solidarity with everyone who has worked alongside us. CEDO
Jaime
15 · 02 · 2018
Es lamentable perder una especie, no permitamos que se repita
Ana Maria Ibarrola
15 · 02 · 2018
Me gusta apoyar esta caisa
Museo Fernando García Ponce – Macay
15 · 02 · 2018
Los niños que asisten al taller trimestral del Museo Fernando García Ponce - Macay recibieron una plática sobre la vaquita marina por parte del personal del departamento de servicios Educativos y posteriormente participaron en actividades que incluyeron la realización de un mural sobre la vida marina, carteles y esculturas en apoyo para evitar la extinción de la vaquita marina. Continuarán con estas actividades hasta el 17 de febrero, fecha en la que se realizará la procesión en la Ciudad de México.
ALEJANDRA MARTINEZ
15 · 02 · 2018
Todos unidos podemos lograr lo imposible.
Aline y Omar
15 · 02 · 2018
Concientizar en el trabajo
Norma Rodríguez
15 · 02 · 2018
HAY QUE SALVAR A LA VAQUITA MARINA :)
NORMA RODRIGUEZ
14 · 02 · 2018
SALVEMOS A LA VAQUITA MARINA
Norma Rodríguez
14 · 02 · 2018
SALVEMOS A LA VAQUITA MARINA
NORMA RODRIGUEZ
14 · 02 · 2018
SALVEMOS JUNTOS A LA VAQUITA MARINA
Norma Rodríguez
14 · 02 · 2018
SALVEMOS A LA VAQUITA MARINA
FernandaPonce
14 · 02 · 2018
Salvemos a la Vaquita Marina todos Juntos
Marlene
14 · 02 · 2018
Unidos podemos hacer un cambio!
Marlene
14 · 02 · 2018
Unidos por una causa!
Marlene
14 · 02 · 2018
Unidos por una buena causa!
Marlene
14 · 02 · 2018
Ayudemos a salvar a las vaquitas marinas... Unidos por una buena causa
Aline y Joseane
13 · 02 · 2018
Guía la esperanza para salvar a la vaquita marina.
Adrian
13 · 02 · 2018
¡Salvemos a la Vaquita Marina!
Angeles Moreno
13 · 02 · 2018
Salvemos a la Vaquita Marina
Mary Chuy
13 · 02 · 2018
Empresa Makymat apoya la iniciativa
DANIEL GARCIA GARCIA
13 · 02 · 2018
salvemos a la vaquita marina
Grecia
13 · 02 · 2018
Hagamos conciencia para proteger y conservar nuestras riquezas naturales. Es inaceptable que ésta especie tan hermosa tenga que enfrentar las consecuencias que la pesca irregular y sin control ha provocado. Hago un llamado a la Semarnat y a las autoridades correspondientes para que se haga cargo de esta problemática Urgente. #concienciavaquitamarina SALVEMOS A ESTA ESPECIE
Laura Cheetham
12 · 02 · 2018
I got this tattoo so I always have these beautiful vaquitas with me. The vaquita is not very well known in the UK and I always want to tell people about them so they can have as much support as possible at this desperate time. So many people want the vaquita to be able to share this earth with us. It would be a terrible shame if the species were to become extinct.
Tara
12 · 02 · 2018
Jane Goodall “Every individual matters. Every individual has a role to play. Every individual makes a difference.”
Ana Mari Ibarrola
11 · 02 · 2018
El fin es la oportunidad de renacer, hagamos algo por nuestro medio ambiente
Nicolas Wiersema Aguilar
11 · 02 · 2018
Hice un dibujo para apoyar a las vaquitas marinas :-)
Ana Mari Ibarrola
11 · 02 · 2018
Es triste este desenlace, pero empieza una etapa en la que todos tendremos que poner de nuestra parte para cuidar la naturaleza, el medio ambiente, nuestro planeta
MANGELSEN Gallery, Omaha Nebraska USA
10 · 02 · 2018
Save the Vaquita Marina! "I want them to know that, even when our mindless activities have almost entirely destroyed some ecosystem or driven a species to the bring of extinction, we must not give up. Thanks to the resilience of nature, and the indomitable human spirit, there is still hope. Hope for animals and their world. And it is our world, too." Jane Goodall, "Hope for Animals and Their World" (credit to Thomas D. Mangelsen for the photograph La Jolla Nightfall)
Museo Fernando García Ponce – Macay
10 · 02 · 2018
Los niños que asisten al taller trimestral del Museo Fernando García Ponce - Macay recibieron una plática sobre la vaquita marina por parte del personal del departamento de servicios Educativos y posteriormente participaron en actividades que incluyeron la realización de un mural sobre la vida marina, carteles y esculturas en apoyo para evitar la extinción de la vaquita marina. Continuarán con estas actividades hasta el 17 de febrero, fecha en la que se realizará la procesión en la Ciudad de México.
daniela morquecho agundis
10 · 02 · 2018
ayudemos a la vaquita marina porque esta en peligro de extinción y quedan muy pocas especies.
Eco-Green
10 · 02 · 2018
En el altar también se incluyeron fotos de la vaquita junto con atunes y sardinas simbolizando lo que come este animal. Así como una pequeña información de la situación actual de la vaquita. Altar realizado por alumnos integrantes de grupo estudiantil Eco-Green de la Prepa Tec Campus Sinaloa
Eco-Green
10 · 02 · 2018
En el altar se puso un frasco para hacer donativos que se serán destinados a la fundación Save the vaquita! junto con una hoja de que puede hacer el estudiante para apoyar la causa. -Altar realizado por integrantes del grupo estudiantil Eco-Green de la PrepaTec Campus Sinaloa.
Eco-Green
10 · 02 · 2018
En el altar se puso un frasco para hacer donativos que se serán destinados a la fundación Save the vaquita! junto con una hoja de que puede hacer el estudiante para apoyar la causa. -Altar realizado por integrantes del grupo estudiantil Eco-Green de la PrepaTec Campus Sinaloa.
Eco-Green
10 · 02 · 2018
Altar realizado por integrantes del grupo estudiantil Eco-Green de la PrepaTec Campus Sinaloa
Valentina Arrangoiz
10 · 02 · 2018
Espero que las personas ya no atrapen a las vaquitas marinas y que las cuiden. También espero que las vaquitas marinas ya no mueran por culpa de las personas. Valentina Arrangoiz
SOFIA ARRANGOIZ
10 · 02 · 2018
Que las personas dejen de capturarlas y que si las atrapan sepan diferenciar que no son peces y las liberen. Y que metan a la carcel a las personas que las atrapan. Sofía Arrangoiz
Inés Usobiaga Prieto
10 · 02 · 2018
¡ Espero que cuando sea grande todavía hayan muchas vaquitas marinas! Inés Usobiaga ( 2 años)
TAMARA NAVARRO TREVIÑO
09 · 02 · 2018
CONFERENCIA "LA VAQUITA MARINA" COMO CAMPAÑA DE CONCIENTIZACIÓN EN ESCUELAS PRIMARIAS DE MONTERREY NL, SE CIERRA CON UNA INVITACIÓN A LOS ALUMNOS PARA QUE PARTICIPEN CON SUS ALTARES.
Adrián Alonso Flores Velarde.
09 · 02 · 2018
Es importante cuidar a la vaca marina debido a que es una de las especies en peligro de extinción actualmente. Atte. Alumnos del Cbtis 224. Profr. Alberta Aidé García Medina.
VAQUITA MARINA, SU LUCHA POR LA SUPERVIVENCIA
09 · 02 · 2018
Hola, ¿Qué tal?, estamos realizando su campaña en nuestra escuela el Centro de bachillerato tecnológico industrial y de servicios 224, ubicada en Culiacán, Sinaloa en nombre de la maestra de ecología la Dra. Alberta Aide Garcia Medina, que nos planteo esta increíble propuesta con el fin de promover a este animal por su lucha a la supervivencia. Los integrantes que elaboramos este cartel: Abraham Corral Freer Jesús Alexander González López Jared Israel Rivera Núñez Franciso Javier Vázquez Sánchez
JENNIFER PEIMBERT
09 · 02 · 2018
Cuida a la vaquita marina!!!!
Claudia Chavez Sanzcerrada
09 · 02 · 2018
Vaquita marina, Con este altar honro tu hermoso ser, honro tu andar por los mares Mexicanos. Gracias por embellecer sus aguas. Te pido disculpas por mi inconsciencia al no respetar tu vida. Me duele tu partida, me parte el corazón y el alma. Por eso hoy me comprometo a amar, respetar y proteger a todo ser vivo sobre el planeta porque TODOS somos UNO. Claudia
Juan Angel Ortigosa
08 · 02 · 2018
Tenemos que poner todos de nuestra parte para mejorar el medio ambiente
ESCUELA PRIMARIA GRAL IGNACIO ZARAGOZA CLUB DE LEONES 10
08 · 02 · 2018
PRESENTACIÓN A NIÑOS DE 5TO Y 6TO DE PRIMARIA COMO PARTE DEL PROGRAMA DE CONCIENTIZACIÓN DE LA SITUACIÓN DE LA VAQUITA MARINA. IMPARTIDA POR LOT NAVARRO TREVIÑO Y TAMARA NAVARRO TREVIÑO, MIEMBROS DE LA ASOCIACIÓN MEXICANA DE ESTUDIANTES DE BIOLOGÍA.
ESCUELA PRIMARIA ALBERTO GARZA GONZALEZ
08 · 02 · 2018
CONFERENCIA ACERCA DE LA VAQUITA MARINA, COMO PARTE DE UNA CAMPAÑA DE CONCIENTIZACIÓN. IMPARTIDA POR LOT NAVARRO TREVIÑO Y FRIDA TAMARA NAVARRO TREVIÑO.
ESCUELA PRIMARIA VICENTE GUERRERO
08 · 02 · 2018
CONFERENCIA "LA VAQUITA MARINA" COMO CAMPAÑA DE CONCIENTIZACIÓN, SE REALIZÓ UNA INVITACIÓN A PARTICIPAR EN LA PROCESIÓN EN HONOR A LA VAQUITA MARINA. FACILITADORES: LOT NAVARRO TREVIÑO, TAMARA NAVARRO TREVIÑO
Nacho Palencia.
08 · 02 · 2018
Vaquita Marina Dibujo de Nacho Palencia. BlueWar - Cetáceos
Artista Lourdes Almeida.
07 · 02 · 2018
¡Involúcrate y toma acciones que estén a tu alcance para disminuir el impacto en el planeta!
Aideé Lara
06 · 02 · 2018
Porque mi lucha sigue...
Héctor Daniel Torres León
02 · 02 · 2018
Todos los seres vivos tienen derecho a una vida digna y merecen respeto, sin distingo de especie
Héctor Daniel Torres León
02 · 02 · 2018
La vida es maravillosa y se manifiesta de distintas maneras y formas, todas merecen respeto.
Aldo Damián
31 · 01 · 2018
Estoy muy triste por que ya casi no hay Vaquitas, tal vez cuando crezca no las podré conocer. :( Espero eso cambie. Gracias por tu participación! Aldo
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
DELHI
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
CDMX
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
CDMX
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
CDMX
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
CDMX
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
CDMX
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
AMSTERDAM
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
AMSTERDAM
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
MADRID
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
MADRID
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
MADRID
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
Guadalajara,Mex
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
Guadalajara, Mex
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
LADHAK
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
JAIPUR II
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
JAIPUR
Patricio Robles Gil
18 · 01 · 2018
DHELI,INDIA
2018 · 06 · 18
COLEGIO MARIANNE FROSTING
CDMX, México
2018 · 03 · 26
Fundación Wild
CO, United States of America
2018 · 03 · 26
Museo de la Ballena
B.C.S., México
2018 · 03 · 26
Museo de la Ballena
B.C.S., México
2018 · 03 · 26
Museo de la Ballena
B.C.S., México
2018 · 03 · 22
Karen González Martínez
Méx., México
2018 · 03 · 22
Aluxes Palenque
Chis., México
2018 · 03 · 05
ARNOTERRA
Pue., México
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Ritual Calendar

Below is a calendar of exhibitions, installations and demonstrations at museums, galleries, universities and cultural spaces which have joined the global ritual in honor of the vaquita porpoise.

Procession in honor of the Vaquita.

Procession in honor of the Vaquita.
Historical exhibition of the Vaquita.
Saturday, February 17, 2018. Departure at 10 o’clock.

Tamayo Museum of Contemporary Art

Free entry.

Paseo de la Reforma 51, Bosque de

Chapultepec Primera Sección, CDMX.

http://www.museotamayo.org/

Performance of the conservationist Patricio Robles Gil.

Procession in honor of the Vaquita, “Memorial Vaquita” Sculpture

(On display)

Anthropology National Museum

Free entry.

Paseo de la Reforma 51, Bosque de

Chapultepec Primera Sección, CDMX

www.mna.inah.gob.mx

Historical exhibition of the Vaquita Marina.
Tamayo Museum of Contemporary Art
 Historical exhibition of the Vaquita Marina.
(On display)
Photographic exhibition “Our battles against extinction”.
Rejas de Chapultepec

Photographic exhibition “Our battles against extinction” SEDEMA CDMX, Conabio, National Geographic, and Patricio Robles Gil.

(On display)

Acknowledgments

We thank all the signers who supported the “Manifesto” of the Procession

We thank all the participants who will be part of the “Procession”

We thank all the audience that will attend the “Procession”

 

 

 

 

 

TO THE COUNCIL PROCESSION VAQUITA

Javier Barros del Villar

Dolores Béistegui

Iván Carrillo

Gerardo Ceballos

Mónica Del Villar

Carlos Galindo

Jerónimo Gaxiola

Gabriel Holschneider

Aimee Labarrere

Rodrigo Medellín

Andrea Paasch

Ramón Pérez Gil

Jaime Prieto

Tatiana Ramos

Lorenzo Rojas

Haydée Rovirosa

Stacey Symonds

PERSONAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Gael Almeida

Lourdes Almeida

Guillermo Arriaga

Mariana Arriaga

Santiago Arriaga

Linda Balcázar

Adrián Daniel Barrera

Luis Barrios

Robert Bateman

Fernando Broca

Lidia Camacho

Bertha Cea

Jorge Comensal

Patricia Conde

Jaime Corcuera

Emanuel Denis

Cesar Domínguez

Alejandro del Mazo

Fernanda Echeverría

Francisco Márquez

Guadalupe Fragoso

Ricardo Gallardo

Carmen Gaitán

María Cristina García Cepeda

Juan Gaytán

Jane Goodall

Francisco Gómez

Claudia Madrazo

Rosa María Gómez

Javier Holschneider

Ana Mari Ibarrola

Mercedes Jiménez del Arco

Zorianna Kit

Gustavo Kado

Mario Lavista

Claude Le Brune

Elena León

Maricruz León

Aldonza López de Holschneider

Carmen López Portillo

Gonzalo Madrazo

Vance Martin

Magdalena Menocal

Santiago Merino

Larry Minden

Fernando Molina

Tanya Müller

Jorge Nieto

Rodolfo Ogarrio

Xavier Olazábal

José Enrique Ortíz Lanz

Avi Puszkar

Rafael Pacchiano

Carmen Parra

Mariana Pérez Amor

Diego Prieto

Dulce María Ramos

Fermín Reygadas

Federico Reyes Heroles

Héctor Rivero Borrell

Eduardo Robles Gil

Carlos Rojas

Patricia Rojo

Betsabée Romero

Lorenzo Rosenzweig

Diego Ruíz

Antonio Saborit

María Sada

Víctor Sánchez Cordero

José Sarukhán

Beatriz Scharrer

Marinela Servitje

Gabriela Vargas

Eduardo Vázquez Martín

Myriam Von Habsburg

Paul Williams

 

INSTITUTIONAL ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

Acuario Michin

Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso

Arizona Sonora Desert Museum

Autobuses de Oriente

Bosque de Chapultepec

Bosques Urbanos CDMX

Casa Lamm

Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas

Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad

Conservation International México

Design Cutting

Fondo Ambiental Público

Fondo Mexicano para la Conservación de la Naturaleza

Fundación Manolo Arango

Galería de Arte Mexicano

Galería López Quiroga

Galería Patricia Conde

Grupo Presidente

Grupo Pochteca

Instituto de Biología UNAM

Instituto de Ecologia, UNAM

Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia

Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes

La Vaca Independiente

Liceo Franco Mexicano

Minden Pictures

Museo de Arte Popular

Museo del Desierto, Saltillo

Museo de la Ballena

Museo de Historia Natural

Museo Fernando García Ponce-Macay, Mérida

Museo Franz Mayer

Museo Nacional de Antropología

Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, Madrid

Museo Nacional de San Carlos

Museo Tamayo de Arte Contemporáneo

Offset Rebosan

Papalote Museo del Niño

Protección y Conservación Pelágica

Red Semper Altius

Revista Este País

Roots & Shoots

Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

Secretaria de Medio Ambiente, CDMX SEDEMA

Secretaria del Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, SEMARNAT

The American School Foundation

The Wild Foundation

Transportes Lipu

Transparencia Mexicana

Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana

Universidad Iberoamericana

Universum Museo de Ciencias de la UNAM

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