Galapagos News


Lonesome George May Be A Father

The news of Lonesome George may be a father soon it will be one of the greatest conservation events

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New Director For The Galapagos National Park

On August 11th, Edgar Muñoz, a Galapagos resident and with previous experience in the Galapagos Nati

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Presence of Plasmodium Detected in Galapagos Penguins

Scientists from the Galapagos National Park’s Fabricio Valverde Laboratory, the Charles Darwin Found

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Small Tourist Vessel Sank in Darwin Bay

On July 2nd, the tourist vessel, Spondylus, sank in Darwin Bay, Genovesa, with 15 passengers and a c

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Avian Malaria found in Galapagos Penguins

Yesterday, July 1st, the Galapagos National Park announced that the parasite causing avian malaria w

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US Congressmen Visit The Galapagos To Meet With Scientists

The House Science and Technology’s Subcommittee on Research and Science Education Chairman Brian Bai

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Tiburón Martillo floating base: Direct Protection at Darwin and Wolf Islands

In cooperation with Conservation International, WWF and the Galapagos National Park Service, WildAid

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Visitor Sites, Galapagos: Anchors Aboard Mooring Project

WildAid, Conservation International, the Galapagos National Park Service, and INOCAR, installed the

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New Visitor Center at the Charles Darwin Research Station

The proposal to build a new visitor and education complex at the Charles Darwin Research Station (CD

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Ecuador Eliminates Tourist Visas to Enter the Country

The President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, has decreed that starting on June 2oth 2008 all travelers o

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