Falklands Conservation is a local membership non-governmental organisation that works on behalf of our members and in partnership with the local and international community to conserve the natural environment of the Falklands for future generations. We carry out practical conservation action, promote conservation ambition with decision makers, and undertake community outreach. Our priority areas are; strengthening bio-security and invasive species policies and procedures, ensuring best practice for onshore and offshore developments, terrestrial habitat restoration and enhancing marine management.
Falklands Conservation is a partner of BirdLife International, a worldwide network which aims to conserve wild birds, their habitats and global diversity.
We post daily updates, photos and snippets of news from the Islands to our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Lower Plants Fieldwork
A Visit to Steeple Jason
Watch Group News
Download from our Library via the following link: Newsletter 2016
Our Board of Trustees undertake a review of the charity's acheivements and financial activities on an annual basis.
Staff and Board Updates
Highlights of the Year
Plans for the Future
Thanks and Acknowledgements
Please download the highlights for the period running July 2014 to June 2015 from our Library: Annual Review 2015
Local Champions for Nature
Monitoring Falklands Seabirds
Lower Plants Survey
New Build Update
Striated Caracara Population Estimates
Download from our Library via the following link: Magazine Issue 22