Breeding season update on the conservation of the Critically Endangered Mangrove Finch

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Scientists from the Charles Darwin Foundation together with park rangers from the Galapagos National Park Directorate documented 12 breeding pairs of the Mangrove Finch, the most critically endangered bird in Galapagos.
This is part of the result of the annual monitoring that is carried out to follow up on the protection of this species.
Since 2007 the Mangrove Finch Project, a bi-institutional initiative of the Charles Darwin Foundation and the Galapagos National Park Directorate, has carried out conservation management to protect this highly threatened species. This has included the effective control of introduced rats that previously predated many nests. Go to the complete article