Diana Loyola


Diana Loyola graduated as a Biologist with a minor in Ecology and Management from the University of Azuay in the city of Cuenca. She was a local student scholarship holder of the Charles Darwin Foundation from 2011 to 2016 and a CDF volunteer for several years in many projects, spanning from invertebrates to marine birds to our marine sciences area, BIOMAR. She joined the project "Reducing the Threats for Sea Turtles" in January 2019 as a volunteer assistant.


My experience collaborating with the research and conservation of the Galapagos sea turtle.

As a galapagueña, I am thrilled to be part of the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) and thus be able to help with the conservation of the Galapagos Islands. The project that studies sea turtles...

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