Tag Archives | Terrestrial conservation


Shifting Sands

Beaches are created by tides and currents which bring in sediment and debris; however the tides and currents can also destroy beaches by taking the sediment away.  This movement of sand is natural and varies throughout the year with differing seasons and weather. But one of the most significant threats to beaches is coastal erosion. […]

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Vets help save paradise islands’ wildlife

Vets help save paradise islands’ wildlife Video: http://bit.ly/1y9rwhv Pictures for downloading: http://bit.ly/1rM2H9F The Big Give Christmas Challenge project site (to donate through): http://bit.ly/1wr0MDj Fund-raising this week through The Big Give Christmas Challenge will help save some of the Indian Ocean islands’ rarest creatures from the threat of extinction. A British veterinary charity Wildlife Vets International […]

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The Four Seasons Resort Seychelles Sustainability Committee with students from Baie Lazare Primary School

Conserving the land!

Contributed by Rosie Fisher:  As part of my role here at the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles, I am an active member of the Sustainability Committee. We have been tackling environmental issues such as turning off lights when they’re not in use and helping to reduce the amount of plastic water bottles used by departments. Something […]

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