The 2021 Membership Challenge is of historic importance. We will soon launch the first expedition to Fernandina in the hopes of finding a mate for Fernanda, but we need your support. Your donation will be doubled by a generous donor to help reach our $120,000 goal!
Galapagos Conservancy has supported several projects spearheaded by US Universities and key faculty working on a variety of conservation issues in Galapagos.
We work closely with educators and researchers at the following universities:
- Brown University
- Massey University of New Zealand
- Southern Methodist University
- Stanford University
- State University of New York – Syracuse
- University of Vienna
- University of Washington
- Victoria University of Wellington
- Wake Forest University
- Yale University
We will continue to reach out to additional academic institutions in the US working in Galapagos, and we are seeking to work more closely with universities in Ecuador on mutual areas of conservation and biodiversity management.
08.27.21 AUGUST 27, 2021 Conservation action is urgently required with an estimated... More >
05.25.21 MAY 25, 2021 Urgent expeditions will be launched to find mate and save species.... More >
05.19.21 May 19, 2021 The Galapagos Islands have been the focus of perhaps the largest-scale... More >
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