Seychelles: $78,000 Donation for Nature Seychelles Will Rebuild Cousin Island Research Centre

Press/Media: OtherProfessional

Description

Nature Seychelles has received $78,000 to construct a new research centre on Cousin Island special reserve which has helped save the once critically endangered bird the Seychelles warbler, the environmental organisation said on Monday.

The funds were donated by the Seychelles Warbler Research Group -- a team of biologists from the European universities of East Anglia, Groningen and Sheffield Under -- and will help finance a campaign called 'Building back better in the age of COVID.'

Period7-Oct-2020

Media coverage

2

Media coverage

  • TitleSeychelles: $78,000 Donation for Nature Seychelles Will Rebuild Cousin Island Research Centre
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletAllAfrica
    Media typeWeb
    CountrySouth Africa
    Date07/10/2020
    DescriptionNature Seychelles has received $78,000 to construct a new research centre on Cousin Island special reserve which has helped save the once critically endangered bird the Seychelles warbler, the environmental organisation said on Monday.

    The funds were donated by the Seychelles Warbler Research Group -- a team of biologists from the European universities of East Anglia, Groningen and Sheffield Under -- and will help finance a campaign called 'Building back better in the age of COVID.'
    Producer/AuthorSeychelles News Agency
    URLhttps://allafrica.com/stories/202010070564.html
    PersonsJan Komdeur, Hannah Dugdale
  • Title$78,000 donation for Nature Seychelles will rebuild Cousin Island research centre
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletSeychelles News Agency
    Media typeWeb
    CountrySeychelles
    Date07/10/2020
    DescriptionNature Seychelles has received $78,000 to construct a new research centre on Cousin Island special reserve which has helped save the once critically endangered bird the Seychelles warbler, the environmental organisation said on Monday.

    The funds were donated by the Seychelles Warbler Research Group -- a team of biologists from the European universities of East Anglia, Groningen and Sheffield Under -- and will help finance a campaign called 'Building back better in the age of COVID.'
    Producer/AuthorBetymie Bonnelame
    URLwww.seychellesnewsagency.com/articles/13659/%2C+donation+for+Nature+Seychelles+will+rebuild+Cousin+Island+research+centre
    PersonsJan Komdeur, Hannah Dugdale