On the way to recovery
Introduced invasive species are one of the most dangerous threats to Galapagos’ biodiversity. Galapagos Safari Camp is situated on the last farm before the National Park, West of Santa Cruz, where the difference between introduced and endemic flora is at its most apparent. Its location is strategic in the control of further invasions propagating into transit-zone park land. A sensible eradication and reforestation project is being conducted at GSC with the assistance of Conservation International and the guidance of the Botany Department at the Charles Darwin Foundation. A successful completion of this project could set and example in eradication and restoration at a local level and would be a useful educational tool for the local population and visitors on this critical subject. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and engagement opportunities.