Minor theft, major problem

The success of a three year € 200,000 conservation project has been left in the balance after the theft of 60 metres of standard issue green chain link fencing. The fence was cut out of the 700 metre boundary of the Nature Seychelles-managed Roche Caiman Sanctuary, a small fresh water wetland area, just two kilometres from Seychelles’ capital Victoria, which is nearing the end of a three year restoration project.

Frontline first aid for first class tourism trip

Cousin Island Special Reserve is more ready than ever to welcome eco-tourists and scientists thanks to a recent two day first aid training course for all of the island’s conservation staff.
Run by the Red Cross, the training session was held at the Island Conservation Centre, Praslin, where the Cousin Island Wardens and other Nature Seychelles staff were put through their paces in a series of medical emergency role-playing exercises.
The first aid course – a refresher exercise for most of the staff, but a new experience for some – focused on how to give frontline CPR and deal with general medical emergencies, such as broken bones, bleeding and heart attacks.

By-catch commitment wins environmental backing

The latest commitment by Indian Ocean industrial fisheries managers to curb levels of by-catch has been warmly welcomed by Nature Seychelles and other environmental groups which have been campaigning for improvements in fishing techniques to cut non-target species fatalities.

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