Third Phase of the K9 Project in the Galapagos Completed

The construction of the dog kennel on Isabela Island has been completed and the guides and dogs have been transported to the island. The dogs will commence their inspection on Isabela, which has the highest level of poaching in the Galapagos, in an effort to reduce crime there.

Construction on Isabela on the day it was completed

Construction on Isabela on the day it was completed

Construction had been delayed due to lack of funds for months and would still be on hold if it weren’t for the incredible efforts of Sea Shepherd volunteers from Fremantle, Australia.

Construction had been delayed due to lack of funds for months and would still be on hold if it weren’t for the incredible efforts of Sea Shepherd volunteers from Fremantle, Australia.

For months they have been organizing extra fundraising events specifically aimed to raise the money for the construction.

he Fremantle group from left to right: Leith, Craig, Paul, Louis, Shaun, Jasmin plus Brandy the Dog

he Fremantle group from left to right: Leith, Craig, Paul, Louis, Shaun, Jasmin plus Brandy the Dog

The Fremantle group from left to right: Brita, Michael, and Jess

The Fremantle group from left to right: Brita, Michael, and Jess

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About Rene

About Ecuador, Galápagos, the Hospitality & Tourism industry, Conservation and personal Tidbits from a Swiss Hôtelier working in Ecuador & Galapagos and committed to supporting and encouraging local youngsters in Education, Sports and Environmental protection via my Foundation "Nova Galápagos."
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