Lesser Antillean Iguana (Iguana delicatissima)
Mohamed bin Zayed Species project number 150510459
Accurately Estimating the Population Size of Iguana delicatissima on St. Eustatius, Caribbean Netherlands
STENAPA's mission is the acquisition, preservation, protection and administration of parcels of land/water on St Eustatius, worthy of preservation due to scenic beauty and/or the presence of flora and fauna important in scientific or cultural respects or valuable from a geological or historical point of view. Its purpose is the well-being, education and recreation of the St Eustatius population as well as that of visitors, observing the primary requirement of preservation. Objectives: Purchase or acquisition of individual areas of land/water and the buildings possibly constructed thereon; Administration, development and protection of these areas to do full justice to the preservation of nature, and scientific and cultural values and to the well-being of visitors; Making these areas accessible to persons and institutions, who wish to visit to perform scientific studies, or for educational or recreational purposes; Execution or stimulation of scientific research in these areas. Incorporated in the Netherlands Antilles 21st November 1988 and registered with the St Maarten Chamber of Commerce and Industry 28th August 1995. Target species: all endangered and CITES-protected species, as well as those found within the protected areas.
Project 150510459 location - Netherlands Antilles, North America