Attracted by agroecosystems: Benefits of and threats to resident and migratory American Kestrels in Baja California peninsula
About the author
Martín was born in the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, although most of his life resided in Patagonia, where he carried out various health and ecology studies in wild birds both in marine areas and agro-ecosystems. His main concerns focus on the impact of urban and agricultural development on wildlife in Latin American countries. He is a Doctor graduating from the postgraduate program of the Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste CIBNOR-CONACYT, Mexico (CIBNOR-CONACYT, Mexico). In Mexico the author resided in La Paz, in Baja California Sur where he conducted several studies involving raptors of the Baja California peninsula. He is currently carrying out a postdoctoral degree at CENPAT-CONICET, in Patagonia Argentina evaluating the impact of open-air dumps on seabird communities in Patagonia.