INDICIT project has conducted two new workshops to standardize data collection protocols on stranded turtles in the Canary Islands.

The INDICIT Partner University of Las Palmas (ULPGC) conducted in the end of January two new workshops in collaboration with regional councils (Cabildo Insular de La Palma and Cabildo Insular de Fuerteventura) responsible of the stranding networks in La Palma and Fuerteventura Islands respectively.

 

 

One workshop took place in Santa Cruz de La Palma on 25th January.

Different institutions involved in sea turtle strandings in the Island attempt the event:

Environmental Agents and technical staff of La Palma Regional Government (Cabildo Insular), City Councils, Local and National Police, Firemen, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The other workshop was conducted in Puerto del Rosario on 30th January, where different institutions involved in sea turtle strandings were present:

Environmental Agents and technical staff of Fuerteventura Regional Government (Cabildo Insular), City Councils, Police, Ports Agents, and other collaborators.

 

 

 

 

Both Regional Government are pleased to be involved in INDICIT Project as collaborators and started to use the INDICIT standardize protocols from the beginning of 2018. This workshops are part of INDICIT actions in Canary Islands, and was implemented by INDICIT staff in collaboration with the NGO ADS Biodiversidad.

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