A nice article about Galapagos Hawks from our friends at GCT.Galapagos hawks mainly feed on invertebrates such as giant centipedes and locusts, but also eat snakes, rodents, lizards, young iguanas, turtle hatchlings and other birds. Learn more https://goo.gl/ZmGSzQ #WednesdayWisdom ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago
Great news about the reintroduction of Floreana tortoisesGREAT NEWS: Tortoises from the new Floreana breeding program have started to hatch! Since nesting began over the summer, Park staff have collected 124 eggs and placed them in incubators. Last week, the first six began to hatch...a major step in the long-term process of repopulating Floreana with giant tortoises with partial ancestry of the species from that island. The original Floreana tortoise species went extinct approximately 150 years ago. Read more: http://bit.ly/2AYNegc. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago
News from our friends at Galapagos Conservation Trust.Our #Galapagos Matters magazine is now on our website! To read up on our latest project successes, check it out here: https://goo.gl/cvdr3y ... See MoreSee Less