About the IRCF

The IRCF is a member-based organization that actively pursues the conservation of reptiles and amphibians and the natural habitat and ecosystems that support them in a variety of capacities depending on the project or program. IRCF support may include funding, mobilization of volunteers, and/or logistical assistance.

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abronia blog

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Abronia Project Update 10-17-2011

October 17, 2011 -Land owner farm into an ecological park called Parque Ecologico Forestal Cerro Alto (PEFCA), which is now starting to produce charcoal from pine instead of oak trees so the natural habitat of A. campbelli can be preserved.

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heloderma blog

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Heloderma Facility Update 09-25-2011

September 25, 2011  I am writing with a short but very important update. Yesterday Gilberto saw a pair of Beaded Lizards copulating in one of the enclosures.

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Updates and News

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Brac Iguana count 2012

Throughout the month of January 2012, a team of local and international volunteers will be attempting to survey the iguanas around Cayman Brac.

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Cayman Brac Iguana Count

The Big Brac Iguana count will take place JAN-FEB 2012.

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Sister Islands Rock Iguana Habitat Fund

This fund has been established by the National Trust for the Cayman Islands to purchase nesting habitat for the Sister Islands Rock Iguana (Cyclura nubila caymanensis) on Little Cayman.

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Gecko Symposium 2011

This free event is sponsored by Exo Terra in conjunction with the National Reptile Breeders Expo, which is being held at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Florida.

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Blue Iguana Volunteer Daniel Hamilton

As reported by authorities recently in local media, a young international volunteer with the Blue Iguana Recovery Programme passed away suddenly last Friday.

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