Tag Archives: Positive

Galapagos Preservation Society

Link…

Posted in Environment Conservation | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The Galapagos K-9 Police Unit Detects Wildlife Crime

Source…Sea Shepherd News En Español The K-9 unit of the Ecuadorian Environmental Police recently prevented an illegal exportation of two marine iguanas, an emblematic species of the Galapagos archipelago that has been protected since 1959. On September 30, 2010, the … Continue reading

Posted in Environment Conservation | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Galapagos : Deep in Ecuador’s Rainforest, a Plan to Forego an Oil Bonanza

0°00’00” Latitude South…

Posted in Positive News | Tagged , | Leave a comment

BU Abroad: Finding the Galapagos (Must-See Video)

Source : BU Abroad.  A must to check the short video in the original text or in (YouTube) where Jaclyn Aliperti (CAS´10) explains why the Galapagos Islands are every naturalist´s must-see. Congratulations, Well Done! Rene A visit to the islands … Continue reading

Posted in Environment Conservation, Marinelife Wildlife Fauna, Positive News | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Galapagos : Hydrokinetic Energy for Electric Power Production

Source MSR… How Hydrokinetic Energy Works Waves crashing on the beach and rivers rushing through a sloping valley are forces of nature. The power of moving water is obvious to anyone who has stood amidst breaking waves or struggled to … Continue reading

Posted in Environment Conservation, Positive News, RED FLAG !!! | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Giant endangered tortoises released on Pinta Island, Galapagos

Quito – Officials of the Galápagos National Park announced the release of 39 giant tortoises on Pinta Island in the Ecuadorian Galápagos archipelago where the animals had disappeared since 1972. According to the agency, the relocation of these endangered reptiles, … Continue reading

Posted in Positive News | Tagged , | 1 Comment

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 … Continue reading

Posted in Positive News | Tagged | Leave a comment

Galapagos in danger…(well written and so true…RH

By John Herzfeld…Go To Source… John Herzfeld, a teacher at Louisville Collegiate School, returned in December from studying in the Galpagos I was snorkeling in 15 feet of cool ocean water, pursuing a parrotfish, when instinct made me turn my … Continue reading

Posted in Environment Conservation | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

New Zealand wildlife photographer Tui de Roy releases a new book this month, featuring the fascinating and fragile ecosystem of the Galapagos Islands.

Go To Source…

Posted in Book, Photography, Positive News | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Rediscovering Diving In The Galapagos

Posted by admin on 1/28/09 • Categorized as Dive Reports Sometimes, what I’ve known gets in the way of what I could learn. I realized that what I knew just stood in my way when I first moved to Panama.  … Continue reading

Posted in Positive News, Scuba Diving Snorkeling | Tagged , | Leave a comment