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Native and endemic species


Introduced animals


Introduced plants


Island Control and Monitoring


Applied marine research


Fisheries Management


Marine control and surveillance


Site and Naturalist Guides


Visitor Management System


Quotas and patents of operation


Naturalist Guides Area


Environmental management in populated areas


Special use for protected areas


Agricultural development

     The danger of

   introduced plants

                                              for ecosystems in Galapagos

More than 230 islands, islets and rocks born of volcanoes make up the archipelago. Their isolation, during million years, has created ecosystems, unique, on Earth.

Today, these ecosystems are the sustenance of the local people and visitors who come, and benefit from them.


Control and eradication of introduced plants

For more information contact:
Danny Rueda Córdova, Mg., +593 (0)5 252 6189 Ext. 145, drueda@dpng.gob.ec

Introduced invasive plants follow a relentless advance through the island territory, if not controlled, they will become more dangerous to the flora and fauna native and endemic to the Galapagos.







Our work
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS






Santa Cruz: "Media Luna", "Los Gemelos",
"El Chato", "Zona de Pampas", and the road
to Baltra




San Cristóbal: control of blackberry and guava in "El Junco"





Isabela: control of blackberry, higuerilla, guava and cabuya




Floreana: control of supirosa, guava and kalanchoe





Santiago: control of blackberry and poleo




NATIONAL PARK



Native and endemic species




Introduced animals




Introduced plants




Island control and monitoring





INSTITUTION

Directory, regulation, management, finances, etc.


NEWS

SERVICES

CONTACT

NATIONAL PARK

Management of native
and endemic species


Control and eradication
of introduced animals


Control and eradication
of introduced plants


Island control and monitoring


MARINE RESERVE

Applied marine research

Management and support for fisheries

Marine control and monitoring


TOURISM

Visitor sites
and naturalist guides


Visitor management
system


Local participation,
quotas y patents



DEVELOPMENT

Environmental management
in populated areas


Special use
of protected areas


Agricultural development


SCIENCE

Approved projects, applications, field
protocols, etc..