2022 ISG Meeting

We are pleased to welcome ISG Members and friends to the 2022 Annual Meeting!

Our meeting will be held at the Jungle Bay Resort in Dominica (https://www.junglebaydominica.com). The ISG Meeting will be followed by an Iguana delicatissima conservation workshop (invitation only).
 
Accommodation at Jungle Bay will be in their Villa rooms or suites (with king bed or single beds) and will include full breakfast. Our discounted rate will be honored both before and after the scheduled meeting dates. Further details regarding optional field trips are still in progress.
 
A preliminary and growing list of attendees is here
Download Draft Agenda and Abstracts
 
Registration is now closed.
 
WORKING SCHEDULE:
Sunday, 6 November: Arrive Dominica, evening icebreaker
Monday, 7 November: ISG Meeting presentations; evening ISG Travel Fund Auction
Tuesday, 8 November: ISG Meeting presentations; evening Caribbean cooking class at Jungle Bay
Wednesday, 9 November: ISG Business/discussion items (am) and field trip (pm); evening Group Dinner by Chez Wen at Champagne Bay.
 
Thursday, 10 November, and Friday, 11 November:

Depart; Enjoy Dominica on your own; OR Iguana delicatissima Conservation Workshop (invitation only because of working constraints).

 
Saturday, 12 November: Departure for all

Currently, there is a direct morning flight to Dominica (DOM) from Miami (MIA). Transportation to and from the airport to Jungle Bay has been graciously supported by the Dominica Ministry of Tourism.

Preliminary Attendees

The following people have registered to attend the 2022 ISG Meeting.
An * denotes a presentation title.

Please find a draft version of the Agenda and the Abstracts here. Please bring your own hard copy to the meeting if desired.

 

Allison Alberts – EcoLeaders, LLC, California, USA (LinkedIn; ResearchGate; EcoLeaders)

Jacqueline Andre – Forestry, Wildlife & Parks Division, Dominica
Baptiste Angin – Ardops Environnement, Guadeloupe, French West Indies

“Demography of the Lesser Antillean Iguanas Throughout its Range”

Melvin Beatrix – Office National des Forêts, Fort de France, France

Kelly Bradley – Fort Worth Zoo, Texas, USA

“Conservation Update for the Anegada Rock Iguana (Cyclura pinguis)”

Jeanelle Brisbane – WildDominique, Dominica, West Indies (homepage)

“Overview of Iguana Conservation Efforts in Dominica”

Joe Burgess – Gulf Islands National Seashore, USA

Gordon Burghardt – University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA

“Dragon of the Trees”, video documentary

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