The BPM Festival Joins Onca Maya in Preserving Biodiversity within the Yucatán Peninsula

By December 22, 2015 October 19th, 2020 BPM News

The BPM Festival is proud to announce that it has come together with local organization Onca Maya in supporting big cat rescue within the Yucatán Peninsula. Established in 2006, Onca Maya is a non-profit organization concerned about the future of natural habitats in the Mayan region. Donating a portion of each ticket sold, The BPM Festival joins Onca Maya’s vision in preserving biodiversity and raising awareness for the endangered species of the region. Highlighting one of Mexico’s national animals, the official crest of The BPM Festival features the iconic jaguar, a key species of the terrestrial habitats of the Yucatán Peninsula that is in danger of extinction requiring urgent attention as their habitat has been modified or reduced by more than 70 percent.
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