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allencay operational

Alifano, Aurora, R. Griffiths and W Jolley. 2012. Final Operational Report for the Removal of Introduced House Mice from Allen Cay, Exuma Islands, Bahamas. Island Conservation.

In May 2012, the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) together with Island Conservation (IC) undertook the removal of introduced House Mice (Mus musculus) from Allen Cay, Exuma Islands, Bahamas. The removal of mice was a necessary step in the restoration of the native environment of the cay, which is an important breeding and nesting site for […]

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allencay feasibility

Alifano, Aurora. 2012. Restoration of Allen Cay: A Feasibility Assessment for the Removal of Mice. Island Conservation.

Allen Cay, located in the Allen Cay’s of the Exuma Island Chain supports a breeding population of Audubon’s Shearwaters (Puffinus lherminieri lherminieri) and is home to the endangered Allen Cay Rock Iguana (Cyclura cychlura inornata). Currently the recovery of both of these species on Allen Cay is limited by the presence of introduced house mice […]

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allencay iguana

Alifano, Aurora. 2012. Operational Plan for Eradication of House Mice (Mus musculus) from Allen Cay, Exuma Islands, Bahamas. Island Conservation.

This Operational Plan (an Unpublished document prepared for Bahamas National Trust (BNT), Nassau, Bahamas) for the eradication of introduced House mice (Mus musculus) from Allen Cay in the Exuma Islands, Bahamas outlines the operational structure and individual tasks and responsibilities required to implement and fulfil the goal and objectives of the proposed project. A number […]

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Outline of the Mitigating the Threat of Invasive Alien Species in the Insular Caribbean (MTIASIC) Project Lionfish Pilot Project

The lionfish was first reported to be found off the east coast of the United States in the mid 1990s, by the summer of 2001, it was found along the Atlantic Coast of the United States from Florida to Long Island, New York. Currently the lionfish has invaded the Caribbean and is abundant in The […]

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