Humankind and Nature


Saving the Scalesia Forest in the Galápagos with the Charles Darwin Foundation

Photo of a Vermillion Flycatcher - Source: Charles Darwin Foundation - © Juan Manuel Garcia

You did it!
Thanks to the generosity and involvement
of the Azimuth World Foundation community,
the Sign-Up and Matching campaign
supporting the Charles Darwin Foundation's
Scalesia Forest Initiative
reached its fundraising goal. 

The mission of donating more than $10,000 USD to the Charles Darwin Foundation has been accomplished! Soon, on our News & Stories tab, we'll share details about how this campaign contributed to recovering the Scalesia Forest in the Galápagos. 

The Scalesia Forest is a giant endemic daisy-tree forest and home to many native species (including Darwin's finches). This contribution will help stop its severe decline due to invasive plants. With this support, Charles Darwin Foundation's scientists will be able to save this extraordinary habitat. 

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