Saving endemic and threatened species
Nature Seychelles Science Programme involves research, monitoring and management of threatened endemic wildlife and their habitats. As a Birdlife International Partner we concentrate on threatened endemic bird conservation, but more recently, and in line with other conservation needs of Seychelles, we have expanded our focus and are working on other taxa including mammals, reptiles, insects and marine species. We increase the quantity and quality of our research by conducting much of our research in partnership with institutes such as Universities.
We have undertaken research on coral reefs and the effects of bleaching, reef fish assemblages, marine turtles, Sooglossid frogs, Sheath tailed bats, Seychelles fody, Seychelles magpie-robin, Seychelles warbler, Seychelles Kestrel, seabirds, introduced white-flies.
Partnership for Seychelles iconic bird
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