Virtual Attendees 2021

The following people are registered to attend the 2021 Virtual ISG Meeting and their presentations are noted.
Group Discussion topics will include:
— Inclusion and Gender in Conservation
— Future Access and Benefits Sharing Within Range Countries
 
Download the final versions of the Agenda and Abstracts

 

Allison Alberts – International Iguana Foundation, California, USA (LinkedIn; ResearchGate; EcoLeaders)

Baptiste Angin – Ardops Environnement, Guadeloupe, French West Indies

“Small-scale Mapping as a Tool to Identify High Priority Areas for the Conservation of Iguana delicatissima

Steve Anstey – Ahura Resorts, Nadi, Fiji

Daniel Ariano – Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, Guatemala
Lauren Augustine – Saint Louis Zoo, Missouri, USA
Daniel Felipe Barrantes Murillo – Auburn University, Alabama, USA
Chuck Becker – Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, Utah, USA
John Bendon – IUCN-UK, Somerset, UK
John Binns – International Reptile Conservation Foundation, California, USA (homepage)
Kelly Bradley – Fort Worth Zoo, Texas, USA

“Anegada Rock Iguana 2020-21 program update”

Michel Breuil – Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France
Jeanelle Brisbane – WildDominique, Dominica, West Indies (homepage)

“Iguana Conservation Actions in Dominica”

Tom Brown – Kanahau Wildlife Conservation Organisation, Útila, Honduras
Judith Bryja — Sea Dog Animal Training, Texas, USA
Sandra Buckner – Independent, Nassau, NP, The Bahamas
Simon Busuttil – Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Turks & Caicos Islands and UK

“Strengthening Biosecurity to Help Turks and Caicos Island’s Iguana Islands”

Paul Calle – Wildlife Conservation Society, New York, USA (homepage)

“Veterinary Support as an Essential Component of Iguana Conservation Programs: Grand Cayman Blue Iguana (Cyclura lewisi) Conservation Experiences and Outcomes from a Long-Term Veterinary Health Program”, presented with Kenneth Conley

Jorge Carrión – Galápagos Conservancy, Galápagos Islands, Ecuador

Devon Carter – Anguilla National Trust, West Indies

Paula Castaño – Island Conservation, Galápagos Islands, Ecuador (ResearchGate)

“Galapagos Pink Land Iguana (Conolophus marthae): Conservation and Management Plan 2021–2026″

Giuliano Colosimo – San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance, USA (homepage)

“Population Size Estimates and Range Distribution Modeling of Conolophus marthae using Long-term Mark-recapture and Remote Sensing Data”

Kenneth Conley – Wildlife Conservation Society, New York, USA (homepage)
Steve Conners – Independent, Florida, USA

Christina De Jesús Villanueva – University of Rhode Island, USA & USFS International Institute of Tropical Forestry, Puerto Rico, USA (homepage)

“Impact of the Invasive Common Green Iguana on 20 Farms in Puerto Rico”

Kevin de Queiroz – National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., USA (homepage)

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