Home to six feline species present in Mexico
This tawny owl is an inhabitant of the tropical deciduous forests of the Sierra Gorda and one of the 342 bird species found in the Reserve
Salamanders are extremely fragile and sensitive creatures that need well-preserved forests
Sierra Gorda houses the last colony of green macaws found in Central Mexico
Coniferous and oak forests form a green mantle in temperate zones and are home to a variety of species
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Rivers and streams of the Sierra Gorda are shaded by old forests of sabinos, willows, and poplars
Like islands where clouds reign, cloud forests are real biological treasures
On the slopes and high points of the Sierra Gorda, oaks, firs, pines, cedars, and junipers reign. Welcome to temperate forests!
Present for 65 million years, this ancient and arid ecosystem hosts a range of globally unique species
All six feline species present in Mexico are found in the Reserve
With 110 species, the Reserve is second most biodiverse national protected area
41 species are protected
27 species are endemic to Mexico
94 neo-tropical migration species
131 species of reptiles and amphibians
34 species of amphibians out of which seven are protected
97 species of reptiles out of which 34 are protected
800 species, almost 30% of the Mexico’s butterfly species
The Tancuilín ravine is the richest location within the state, harboring 469 species
42.5% are edible species
41.7% are mycorrhizal species
Five species are protected
27 species of fish are found in the Reserve, out of which four species are protected
Sierra Gorda Ecotours
Grupo Ecológico Sierra Gorda I.A.P.
Bosque Sustentable A.C.
Joya del Hielo A.C.
Viva Sierra Gorda
Av. La Presa S/N Barrio El Panteón,
Jalpan de Serra, Qro.
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