The RSPB-led £9.1m project which aims to eradicate mice from Gough Island has started. This will be the RSPB’s largest ever single undertaking, and one of the most ambitious island restorations ever attempted by anyone anywhere in the world. For full details: https://www.tristandc.com/wildlife/news-2020-03-04-grpupdate.php Read more...
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Read about the great work being done in the Overseas Territories. Pitcairn’s citizen scientists highlight the coral reefs of the Pitcairn Islands as a biodiversity superpower. Turks & Caicos Islands are working hard to ensure effective marine protection in their waters and read about the highlights from the DY159 expedition as they survey the marine […] Read more...
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