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Progress of the local SARA project in New Caledonia

 17 October 2023
Progress of the local SARA project in New Caledonia
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Experiments are taking place on the Pouh and Yan'Dagouet islets, to encourage diamond tern colonies.

What are the objectives of the local Safeguarding, Restoration and Adaptation of Seabird Colonies and Associated Ecosystem Services (SARA) project?

Increase knowledge among populations of the ecology of seabirds and the ecosystem services they provide and to encourage the rational use of the islets in the area.

Improve the technical level of community officers in the project area and beyond.

To stabilise the islets used by local populations (food, recreational, cultural uses).

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