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FINAL STAGES OF PREPARING FOR THE FROGS’ ARRIVAL

Pond construction - update 2 Having scrubbed the pond liners clean the next stage was to actually fix them to the wooden frames. This was a big job and it took us a little time...

PREPARING FOR THE FIRST RELEASE

Pond construction - update 1 As part of the mission to save the critically endangered mountain chicken, our first milestone is to bring the captive bred mountain chickens back to Montserrat, as part of a...

NEW YEAR, NEW START

Preparing for the next phase of saving the mountain chicken A new three year plan funded by the Darwin Initiative is now in place to aid the long-term survival of the mountain chickens on Montserrat....

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