Miguel (he/him) is a biology student at the University of Sonora. As a child, he belonged to the Scouts de México association, where he learned to value nature and discovered his passion for exploration. He enjoys exploring Sonora and discovering remote places in the state.
He had the opportunity to work in the conservation of endangered species and is currently working on a research article with Naturalia A.C. on the ocelot population in southern Sonora.
In 2022, he participated in the Sonoran Field Course. The lessons and learning he obtained from this course changed his way of conceiving conservation. He is very excited to participate in the BRN Sonoran internship to continue learning and to be able to carry out ecological restoration projects.