Diguois prove Vev expertise

A series of four focus group meetings held on La Digue – the last island refuge of the Seychelles Paradise-flycatcher – have proved local people’s knowledge of and attachment to the threatened species.
Conducted as part of an ongoing campaign, locally led by Nature Seychelles, to rehabilitate the flycatcher, the meetings grouped a wide range of Diguois and environmental experts, who debated the issues impacting on the island’s flagship species.

Guide to the wild side

Nature Seychelles has launched a new guidebook to the wildlife of Seychelles written thanks to international collaboration between environmentalists, donor organisations and a major international publisher.

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