Conserving the islands
Find out about the exciting work that we are involved with to help conserve this incredible archipelago.
The Galapagos Archipelago is a unique and pristine ecosystem. The Islands provided the inspiration for Charles Darwin’s ground-breaking theory of evolution and became the first ever UNESCO World Heritage Site.
At the Galapagos Conservation Trust, we recognise the importance of conserving this natural wonder. By supporting pioneering projects across science, education and culture and raising awareness of Galapagos in the UK, we work towards a Galapagos that is protected into the future for the benefit of its unique wildlife and for humankind.
With less than 100 remaining, the mangrove finch is the most critically endangered bird in Galapagos. Will you help to save them from extinction?