UPR Aguadilla expands ecological restauration in Isla de Mona

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Recientemente, regresó de Mona el primer grupo de voluntarios de Vida Marina luego de haber pasado una semana trabajando en la remoción de árboles invasivos (Casuarina equisetifolia) y en la limpieza del área de anidamiento de la iguana. (Suministrada)

Personnel and volunteers from the Center of Ecological Restoration and Conservation of the University of Puerto Rico at Aguadilla went on their first visit to Isla de Mona to collaborate on habitat restoration of the island's iguana (Cyclura stejnegeri). This work was done in collaboration with the non-profit organization Island Conservation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Department of Natural and Environmental Resources of Puerto Rico.

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