Santiago Island

Nov 28, 2018 - National Geographic Endeavour II


This Island has a rich human history in the Galapagos. It has been visited by explorers, whalers, pirates, and of course the most famous Galapagos visitor, Charles Darwin. Due to so many visitations, the introduction of non-native animals to the island has had quite an impact on the ecosystem, often influencing the surroundings in a negative way.  

Today we had the opportunity to see the amazing restoration work carried out by the Charles Darwin Station and the Galapagos National Park Service.  

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About the Author

Walter Perez

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

Walter was born in a very small town on the mainland of Ecuador. His first trip to the Galápagos was when he was 12 years old, visiting friends and aunt, who had moved to the islands. From the first moment he saw the Islands, he fell in love with them and knew then where his future home would be.

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