South Georgia Habitat Restoration Project:Final Phase
Professor Anthony Martin
South Georgia Heritage Trust
Host Country Institutions:
South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands
South georgia will be free of rodents for the first time since shortly after the discovery in 1775, and the spread of rodents to other parts of South Georgia, due to the rapid retreat of glacial barriers, will be prevented. Rodent-inflicted damage to the island's native flora and fauna will cease.
Related Projects: River dolphin conservation in Brazil and Pakistan
, South Georgia Habitat Restoration Project: Post-Baiting Phase