In Galapagos we have many different projects and all of them have the same objective, which is to restore the flora and fauna of this archipelago. On Santiago Island, the Galapagos National Park has been working for about three decades, and although it has been a challenging path, the results are amazing. In 2001, we declared the island free of pigs and in 2005, free of goats. At the same time, we started collecting Santiago giant tortoise eggs for artificial incubation, taking care of the babies and releasing them into the wild.

These are just a few examples of the many successful conservation stories in Galapagos.