Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Legacy Trips 2012 - Galapagos Islands
The Conservancy in the Galapagos Though the archipelago became a national park in 1959, the Galapagos face one of the biggest global threats to biodiversity: invasive species. These non-native species have decimated entire populations of native fauna and flora that previously had no natural predators. To stop invasive species and other threats, the Conservancy has developed a demonstration project that illustrates conservation-friendly land use practices.