Blue Iguana Conservation: A Trip Down Memory Lane
Participants: (from left to right)
Luke Harding, BIC; Bella Rooney, Moderator-Conservationish; John and Sandy Binns, IRCF
Paule Calle, WCS; Tandora Grant, SDZWA; Fred Burton, DOE
The IRCF peer reviewed “Journal Reptiles & Amphibians, Conservation and Natural History” has migrated!
All of our back issues are also available for your perusal.
Volume 1 No. 1 (1990) through Volume 27 No. 3 (current issue), 30 years of publishing!
Click on each title for the group of issues.
Authors are also encouraged to register and make their submissions online at journals.ku.edu/reptilesandamphibians/about/submissions.
Our work targets species that have been neglected by other conservation groups or government institu...
The Sisters Island Rock Iguana is to be found solely on Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.
C. ricordii is considered to be critically endangered by the IUCN. Decline in numbers and decline...
The Lesser Antillean Iguana is quickly and quietly disappearing from the Caribbean.
Award-winning conservation biologist Fred Burton has released a fascinating new book about saving one of the most endangered reptiles on earth. “The Little Blue Book: A Short History of the Grand Cayman Blue Iguana” is a true story about the rescue of a noble and charismatic iguana that almost suffers extinction. An engaging read and a beacon of hope for conservation of reptiles. Published by IRCF.
Due to a limited supply we are allowing a maximum of 2 copies per individual customer.