Aruba Wild 2008 gives nature a voice

Aruba Wild 2008 manifesto

Aruba Wild 2008 manifesto

Aruba Wild 2008, the 1st national congress for the preservation of Aruba’s wildlife is taking place on the island with open-to-the-public symposiums at La Cabana Beach & Racquet Club and specific workshops held at the Radisson Aruba Resort Casino & Spa.

The three day congress devoted to the island’s natural heritage, its flora and fauna dedicates academic level discussions to Aruba’s marine ecosystems as well as on-land ecological concerns.

Among themes elaborated upon reptiles and amphibian fauna, the ecology and conservation of the Aruba’s island rattlesnake and the ecology and management of invasive species; observed activity and conservation concerns of the Aruba Mammal Foundation dedicated to dolphin protection, and the observed activity and conservations concerns of Turtugaruba, dedicated to sea turtles protection, as well as nature in general from frog to bats to birds.

Castro Perez, Public relations executive of the Aruba Tourism Authority is the host of the congress in conjunction with various government ministries and NGOs.    

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August 28, 2008
Rona Coster