In a cause very close to Walkers' heart, the National Trust for the Cayman Islands Blue Iguana Recovery Programme has received a boost from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB).
The RSPB has bought 10 acres of land adjacent to the Salina Reserve, where Grand Cayman's endangered blue iguanas are now flourishing in the wild. The land is to be leased in perpetuity to the National Trust.
Walkers has been supporting conservation efforts and raising awareness about the preservation of this unique species for almost two decades, so this is excellent news for Cayman and the community as we work together to save our iconic blue iguana.
The Blue Iguana programme is getting a helping hand from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds with the purchase approximately 10 acres of land adjacent to the National Trust’s Salina Reserve in East End. ... The land will be leased in perpetuity to and protected by the National Trust, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds’ in-territory partner.