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The David & Lucile Packard Foundation
Supporting seabird conservation through island restoration! Check out their terrific infographic explaining the process.
For the past 50 years, the David & Lucile Packard Foundation has supported and promoted positive, lasting change for the environment, science, children, reproductive health, and their local community. 
Over the course of the year, they are celebrating their five decades of giving by sharing stories of successful work and grantees supported by the Foundation, including Island Conservation! 
The David & Lucile Packard Foundation is committed to protecting seabirds by restoring island habitat through removal of invasive species. 
Click here or on the infographic image below to learn more about our cost-effective approach to prevent seabird extinctions, preserve biodiversity and restore island ecosystems, including a case study on Anacapa Island!

We are so grateful for our strong philanthropic partnership with the David & Lucile Packard Foundation. Together, with your support, we are protecting seabirds. 

You can help raise awareness by sharing this infographic via Facebook or Twitter. 
A Laysan Albatross taking off in the Aleutian waters near Hawadax Island, Alaska. Photo: Rory Stansbury, Island Conservation

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