At a wonderful launch evening at Rackams CBlue restaurant in Grand Cayman, hosted by Greenlight Re, “The Little Blue Book – a short history of the Grand Cayman Blue Iguana” has been launched and is now available.
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Our three-week structured survey of the released Blue Iguanas in the Salina Reserve this year, has been finished ahead of schedule and exactly as planned. The weather was helpful, the team carried through valiantly, and we have a data set which should contain answers to key questions, and no doubt a few surprises too.
One surprise [...]
The Salina Blues team are now into the third and final week of this year’s Blue Iguana population survey. If the weather holds, we will complete the formal line survey work on Sunday, and then will use some of the remaining days before the team members start heading home to resolve a few remaining mysteries, [...]
Week one of the Salina Blues survey has been successfully completed, with 35 Blue Iguanas recorded so far on the survey routes.
The Salina Blues population survey teams are now fully geared up and ready to go: the survey kicks off tomorrow morning, 2nd March 2010.
Last December’s sixth annual release of young Blue Iguanas brought the total we have released into the Salina Reserve on Grand Cayman, over the 300 mark.
It is time now to take a detailed look at how all those iguanas are doing. We know they started breeding in the wild in 2006, but how successful has natural breeding been in raising the total wild population even further?
“The Little Blue Book – a short history of the Grand Cayman Blue Iguana” will be launched in mid April 2010. Pre-ordering is now available at www.IRCF.org/LBB/
Cayman Islands’ conservationist is the first winner of JNCC’s Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies Nature Conservation Award
Cayman News Service
Posted on Wed, 10/10/2009
(CNS): He may be cold blooded, but Gorgeous George, one of Cayman’s best known Blue Iguanas, will be extending a warm welcome to the Cayman Islands to everyone who passes through Owen Roberts international. With the help of local legal firm Walkers, the National Trust has created a stunningly attractive [...]