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This site aims to provide you with information about the Iguana Conservation efforts on Utila as well as volunteering opportunities at the station.
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BEST PLACES IN THE WORLD !!!
The Guardian Magazine placed the Iguana Station on the top ten (out of a hundred) best places in the world to volunteer for the conservation of endangered wildlife.
See also current article in german newspaper Abendblatt.de
About the Project
The spiny tailed Utila Iguana (Ctenosaura bakeri) lives only in the 8km2 Mangrove Forest on the small Island Utila... more
Volunteering on Utila is not just a tropic - ecological course, with your work you help the practical protection of an endemic species... more
The Iguana Station, a short walk away from Utila Town's main road, plays a crucial role in the conservation of the Utila Iguana, also known as the 'Swamper' or 'Wishiwilli'... more