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Archive - December 2019


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Pioneering Project Uses Drones to Combat Invasive Species with Support from IGTOA

In 2018, a naturalist guide reported seeing an invasive rat on Seymour Norte, an iconic tourist site in the Galapagos Islands. Seymour Norte is a safe haven for many species, including Galapagos Land Iguanas, Blue-footed Goobies and Magnificent Frigate Birds. Invasive rodents have long been a scourge to the endemic wildlife of the Galapagos Islands, as they feed upon the eggs and nestlings of birds and reptiles. With support from IGTOA, Island Conservation leapt into action to solve the problem using a pioneering new technology. 

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