The Galapagos Islands are one of the most studied places in the world, and there is a wealth of information to be found about them. In conjunction with one of our priority conservation areas over the next several years, Knowledge Management for Galapagos, we will also aim to consolidate all the disparate materials and resources into one user-friendly portal here on our website. In addition to the scientific research and technical papers about the flora and fauna of Galapagos, we’ve also included several publications created by GC that provide both historical and the latest news and progress updates on conservation programs underway in the Islands.
Using the navigation along the left-hand side, you can download past issues of our biannual newsletter Galapagos News, utilize several classroom resources for students learning about the Islands, or view our Annual Reports and current and past financial statements.
02.26.14 February 24, 2014 First confirmed report of an introduced snake in Galapagos... More >
02.11.14 February 11, 2014 The summit of Wolf Volcano, the highest volcano of Galapagos... More >
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