Day: October 9, 2018

Advisory on Green Iguana cull procedures

October 25 – The Department of Environment would like to issue a few reminders to those participating in the 2018/19 Green Iguana Cull Project. Green Iguana cullers who have registered with the DoE may drop off their kills to a designated area in the George Town Landfill between 8am and 6pm Monday through Saturday. No

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Cull greens, protect blues

There are three species of iguana established in the Cayman Islands. Green Iguanas are a harmful, invasive species. They are not protected by the law. Native Iguanas, such as the Grand Cayman Blue Iguana and the Sister Isles Rock Iguana, are endangered species and are strictly protected under the National Conservation Law. If Native Iguanas

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