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GC's Partners

Flightless Cormorants, endemic to Galapagos, show off their unmistakable turquoise blue eyes. Photo by Theresa Baldwin

The success of any conservation program requires the development of strong partnerships with a wide range of organizations to create a multifaceted approach toward a united goal.

Galapagos Conservancy’s conservation successes would not be possible without the guidance and support of many partners, including environmentally-conscious travel companies, national and international government organizations, academic institutions and students, and dedicated NGOs. Click on the partnership area below to learn more about these how Galapagos Conservancy works with these important organizations.

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