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Saving the Dying Kingdom of Redonda

Restoration program is removing invasive goats and rats from remote Caribbean island, reviving native biodiversity

“Overwhelming.” That was the first word Sophia Punnett-Steele, the Eastern Caribbean projects coordinator for Flora and Fauna International (FFI), used to describe her experience upon initially encountering Redonda, a tiny, 200-hectare island just off the coast of the small twin island Caribbean…
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by: Daryl George – May 25, 2017

In Conservation Work, ‘Reptiles and Amphibians Are the Underdogs’

A conversation with herpetologist Dr. Jenny Daltry

Dr. Jenny Daltry has been exploring her love for reptiles since the young age of eight, and her interest has only grown with time. By the time she turned 25, she had earned her PhD from the University of Aberdeen in zoology…
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by: Daryl George – February 3, 2015

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