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October 15th, 2014
Before and after photos of native tree species and two new island residents!

September 3rd, 2014
A look at our impact from 2013 to present, as told first-hand by our staff!

September 3rd, 2014
Journalist Rachel Nuwer searches for pockets of land and water free from invasive species, only to find that they are few and far between. IC's Director of Science Nick Holmes delivers the good news about restoring islands by removing invasive species.

June 24th, 2014
New paper identifies every island worldwide where seabirds are threatened by invasive species.

May 21st, 2014
New Publication Released for International Day for Biological Diversity

January 29th, 2014
New Collaboration for Caribbean Island Iguana Conservation

January 29th, 2014
Nueva Colaboración para la Conservación de la Iguana Insular del Caribe

November 25th, 2013
What stories will you tell at this year's holiday parties?

October 23rd, 2013
Rat Island makeover more than just a name change

October 15th, 2013
Parks Canada and the Haida Nation, with partners Island Conservation and Coastal Conservation, completed a project on Oct. 2, 2013 to remove invasive rats from an island ecosystem to protect and restore critical seabird habitat.

July 24th, 2013
Pinzón Giant Tortoise and rare Rábida land snails expected to thrive on rat-free islands in the Galápagos.

July 24th, 2013
Tropical rodent eradication review team launched to improve success rates of island eradications to save species.

June 11th, 2013
Three islets of the Tahanea Atoll, French Polynesia (South Pacific Ocean) were declared rat-free today by conservation project partners Island Conservation, Simon Fraser University (Canada), the Polynesian Ornithological Society (BirdLife French Polynesia) SOP-“Manu”, and the Faaite Atoll community.

June 11th, 2013
Trois îlots de l'atoll Tahanea en Polynésie Française ont été déclarés exempts de rats aujourd'hui par les partenaires d’un projet de conservation impliquant Island Conservation, l’Université Simon Fraser (Canada), la Société d’Ornithologique de Polynésie ‘Manu’ (représentant BirdLife) et la communauté de l’atoll Faaite.

June 11th, 2013
Protecting a culturally and biologically significant population of Ancient Murrelets on islands in Gwaii Haanas by removing invasive rats in September 2013.

June 4th, 2013
Allen Cay, The Bahamas was declared free of damaging, invasive house mice today by a partnership restoring the Cay’s natural environment, seabirds, and Endangered iguanas.

May 16th, 2013
Island Conservation’s work to save species in the Galapagos featured in the journal Nature.

February 14th, 2013
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed plans on Friday to remove the Island Night Lizard from its current listing as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.

February 14th, 2013
Ten years after removing nonnative rats the ecosystem on Anacapa Island, including rare seabirds, is showing profound results of recovery.

January 14th, 2013
Island Conservation profiled in The Atlantic’s Premier eBook!

January 14th, 2013
Palmyra Atoll is rat-free one year after a major effort to remove these invasive predators, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, The Nature Conservancy, and Island Conservation announced today.

December 8th, 2012
In support of work led by the Galápagos National Park, Island Conservation, Charles Darwin Foundation, The Raptor Center, and Bell Laboratories announce that several Galápagos Islands are confirmed free of invasive rodents.

December 8th, 2012
IC announces new office in Hawaii to strengthen its biodiversity conservation partnership and projects in the region.

July 31st, 2012
$9 million committed to protect Australia’s World Heritage-listed Lord Howe Island by removing all invasive rodents

July 31st, 2012
Island Restoration Project in French Polynesia Officially Declared a Success.

July 31st, 2012
Agreement signed to protect native biodiversity of Pacific islands by removing invasive species.

June 14th, 2012
Island Conservation supports the Million Dollar Mouse Campaign as part of our new initiative to restore Sub-Antarctic islands (and their species)

May 31st, 2012
Now free of invasive rats (for over four years!), Rat Island has formally had its name restored to its original Aleut name - Hawadax!

October 31st, 2011
Native seabirds continue to reclaim their island home on Rat Island, Alaska since the removal of invasive rats in 2008. Listen in...

05/2012 Restoring Wildlife Habitat on Desecheo Island
05/2012 Restauración del Hábitat del Refugio Nacional de Vida Silvestre de Desecheo
02/2012 Native Species on San Nicolas Island are Now Free to Reclaim Their Island Home
09/2011 Meet Dr. Ray Nias
09/2011 Palmyra: No Place for Pessimists
09/2011 Palmyra Atoll Restoration Project Completes Operational Phase to Remove Non-native Rats
07/2011 Island Hopping: Saving Species in the Tropical Pacific
04/2011 Meet our new Caribbean Regional Director!
03/2011 The Surfer's Journal meets Island Conservation
03/2011 Galapagos Restoration Partners Release Hawks Back to Islands
03/2011 Socios a cargo de la restauración de Galápagos liberan a veinte gavilanes en las islas
01/2011 Galápagos Restoration Project Achieves Conservation Milestone
12/2010 Island Conservation's 2009 Annual Report
12/2010 Island Conservation's Annual Report
08/2010 Rat Island is officially rat-free!
08/2010 IC helps Robinson Crusoe Island residents with tsunami recovery
05/2010 Meet our new South America Regional Director!
05/2010 Author David Quammen speaks on behalf of Island Conservation
03/2010 2010 International Year of Biodiversity
12/2009 Island Conservation's 2008 Annual Report
09/2009 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Publishes Priority List for Restoration of Islands with Invasive Species
05/2009 Island Conservation Honored with Department of Interior Partners in Conservation Award
12/2008 Saving Seabirds in the Aleutians
04/2008 IC and Galapagos and Machalilla National Parks unite to protect Waved Albatross on Isla de la Plata

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