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Conservation and Environment in Ecuador: Monthly Updates

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Monthly Updates from 2016

Ecuador Conservation Monthly Update March - April 2016

The Conservation Team worked on the six main projects developed in the Galapagos. Introduced species control, maintenance of green houses, tortoise nursery and feeding related activities, wild life monitoring, coastal clean ups and petrel nest project activities. Extra activities were also performed in order to reinforce volunteers, commitment to the environment. Also, new Conservation staff Ramiro Adrian, joined Projects Abroad on April.

Monthly Updates from 2015

Ecuador Conservation Monthly Update July - September 2015

During the past three months we have worked on various projects in the Galapagos National Park including controlling introduced species, reforestation, monitoring endemic species and coastal clean-ups on the island.

Conservation in Ecuador Monthly Update - April - June 2015

The ecosystem of the Galapagos Islands are highly vulnerable to change in the environment, either by the presence of introduced plants that compete for space with native plants or the damage caused by introduced animals such as rats that affect endemic birds species.

Conservation in Ecuador Monthly Update - January - March 2015

The ecosystem of the Galapagos Islands are highly vulnerable to change in the environment, either by the presence of introduced plants that compete for space with native plants or the damage caused by introduced animals such as rats that affect endemic birds species.

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