Galápagos pink land iguana (Conolophus marthae)


The Galápagos pink land iguana (Conolophus marthae) is categorised as Critically Endangered. The entire distribution of pink iguanas is within the protected area of the Galápagos National Park (GNP), which is managed by the Galápagos National Park Directorate (GNPD). This conservation and management plan (2022–2027) has the vision to ensure the long-term survival of Galápagos pink land iguanas in the wild, and as a general objective to establish a comprehensive conservation programme for Galápagos pink land iguanas that facilitates their recovery and persistence in the wild. The plan prioritises a set of strategies that will be addressed in the time frame set for this. Section three includes an overview of each strategy.