Carlos Espinosa-CDF

Adopt a Little vermilion flycatcher

Adopt a Little Vermilion Flycatcher

Flaming red

First discovered in Galapagos during Charles Darwin's voyage on HMS Beagle, the Little Vermilion Flycatcher is endemic to the Galapagos, which means that it is found nowhere else in the world. Males are brightly colored and are one of the favorite sightings for many visitors to the Galapagos Islands, if lucky.


Bronze package

You will receive: - Personalized certificate of sponsorship (digital) - Welcome letter (digital) - Information leaflet on the species (digital)
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Silver package

You will receive: - Everything from the Bronze Package, PLUS - A set of 5 digital postcards of a species in a printable format
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Gold package

You will receive: - Everything from the Silver Package, PLUS - CDF coffee mug (US addresses only)
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How your adoption helps

Find out more about our work
Little Vermilion Flycatcher populations are declining at a rapid rate due to the impacts of invasive species, particularly on the island of Santa Cruz where only 30 breeding pairs are found. By adopting a Little Vermilion Flycatcher you will help us restore their habitats and reduce the impacts of invasive species. Your donation will also enable us to investigate ways to recover the species on the islands where it has disappeared.

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