Fort Worth Zoo Conservation Expedition

Travel to the British Virgin Islands to help the Anegada Iguana (Cyclura pinguis)
Dates: Session 1: May 19-27 2013
Session 2: May 28-5 June, 2013
Session 3: July 9-17 2013
Where: Anegada, British Virgin Islands (BVI)

Cost: $1,375 for one session

Group size: Seven to 10 participants plus a project leader and assistant leader
The Fort Worth Zoo is seeking participants to provide support for its Anegada iguana conservation project.
As a participant you will:
• Learn field research methods such as distance sampling, mark-recapture, and GPS
• Assist in taking morphological data on iguanas in the headstart facility
• Set and maintain live traps daily to capture iguanas
• Assist in taking morphological data on any captured wildlife
• Assist researchers with camera-trapping surveys
• Conduct feral cat surveys
Cost Includes: 1 night on Tortola, BVI; 1 round-trip ferry ticket from Tortola to
Anegada; 7 nights on Anegada; meals on Anegada; field supplies; transportation
on Anegada; and all routine expenses on Anegada
Cost does NOT include: Airfare to Tortola, BVI; meals on Tortola; cab fare to and
from the airport
For more information, please contact Kelly Bradley, Conservation Biologist, Fort Worth Zoo, at or 817-759-7173.