North Seymour Island – Home to the Largest Colony of Frigatebirds in the Galápagos

North Seymour Island is a small, flat island with a land surface of approximately two square kilometres. It is a well known nesting site for frigatebirds and blue footed boobies. The island is also home to nearly 2,500 land iguanas… [click to read more]

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