Natural History in Galapagos

During the various geological successions that have taken place, the Galapagos has been colonized by many species of quite different origins with surprisingly adaptive capacities. The succession of various marine currents within the archipelago seasonally mark changes in climate, influencing water temperatures and the renewal of the vegetation cover. These two factors regulate food availability

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LET’S GIVE THE EARTH A REST, #STAYATHOME

In these days of quarantine, which could well be understood as a demand from the earth in the face of human activities and unconscious resource extraction, it is important to be responsible to our community and to respect #IStayAtHome. That is why from Nature Experience we want to recommend you different free activities, so that

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LET’S GIVE THE EARTH A REST, #STAYATHOME

LET’S GIVE THE EARTH A REST, #STAYATHOME   I can’t leave the house? I’m confined? What does that mean? Now, how do I entertain myself? These are probably some of the questions that are on your mind these days. It’s a pretty new situation, one we’re still adjusting to. Confinement is the forced isolation, for

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B. Dendrobatidis in Ecuador Frogs

The Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, also known as Bd is a chytrid fungus, which already affects more than 35% of the world amphibians, without sparing the frogs of Ecuador or any of the geographical areas hosting Anurans, Salamander and Amphibian. Climate change, alteration and reduction of the natural habitat of these areas are apparently the main reasons

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A tool for herpetological tours in Ecuador

Thanks to the geographical location and geological past, the neo-tropics are home to a wide diversity of reptiles and amphibians, amongst the richest in the world. Ecuador is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist destinations for Herpetological travel. We have, as such, excellent news for all lovers of herping tours, and especially for enthusiasts

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1680 bird species in Ecuador

On 02 August 2016, Oscar Campbell, made a very unusual ornithological observation. During a cruise in Galapagos with Ecuador Experience, he noticed an adult male Ruff (Calidris/Philomachus pugnax). This observation constitutes a first register in Galapagos and increases the list of bird species in Ecuador to1680. A possible observation on the peninsula of Santa Helena

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