Galápagos Conservation through Science

 

Since 1959 the Charles Darwin Foundation has been a guardian of Galapagos’ uniqueness and protected
species such as the Galapagos tortoise, sharks, Galapagos penguins, and other endemic fauna and flora. 

 Discover how our projects foster the protection of the Galapagos Islands and how we work to ensure
that they remain a natural paradise for generations to come.

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Our Active Research Projects in Galapagos

Our Active Research Projects in Galapagos

Conservation of Threatened Populations of Small Land Birds
Ecological restoration at Special Use sites
Ecological restoration in Baltra Island
Ecological restoration in Plaza Sur
Ecological restoration of key species on Española Island
Finding methods to control the invasive fly Philornis downsi
Galapagos Tortoise Movement Ecology Program
Invasive Marine Species in the Galapagos Marine Reserve
Population Studies of Marine Birds
Protection and Recovery of Mangrove Finch Population
Recovery of threatened species and their ecological restoration
Reducing the Threats for Sea Turtles
Researching Bird Mortality on Santa Cruz Island Highway
Restoration of the Los Gemelos Ecosystem
Rural ecological restoration: On the islands of Santa Cruz, San Cristóbal and Floreana
Saving Scalesia cordata from extinction
Seamounts of the Galapagos Marine Reserve
Shark Ecology
Socio-Ecology, Assessment and Management of Fisheries
Studying the Ecology and Distribution of the Invasive Treefrog
Subtidal Ecological Monitoring
Urban ecological restoration
Vegetation Mapping for Ecosystem Restoration

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