Insects in the city

An intrepid Nature Seychelles team took a break from the country’s forests, wetlands and coral reefs and ventured into that most dangerous habitat, central Victoria, to transplant a bee hive from an abandoned building plot to the association’s gardens.

The fine art of conservation

Artist and sculptor Sarah Wood jetted from the south of France to Seychelles last week to volunteer for local environmental organisation Nature Seychelles and add art to the conservation cause.
Ms Wood, who studied in the UK and Cyprus, before relocating to France, is spending four weeks with Nature Seychelles, painting a range of murals for display at the Roche Caiman Wetland Sanctuary, under the organisation’s Volunteers International Programme for Seychelles (VIPS).

Hands on wetlands work fires youngsters conservation enthusiasm

Making World Wetland’s Day relevant to young environmentalists was the main aim of activities taking place at Nature Seychelles’ 2.7 hectare Roche Caiman Wetland Sanctuary on February, 3rd.
50 school aged members of Nature Seychelles’ partner NGO, Wildlife Clubs of Seychelles, met at the wetland, where, rather than inflicting a series of speeches and dry lectures on them, Nature Seychelles staff led a day of pond-dipping, bird watching, vegetation surveys and wetland painting.

Role of the DICE is always a winner

Ever aware of the importance of creating links between conservation driven bodies the world over, Nature Seychelles enjoys close ties with a diverse range of non-governmental organisations, universities and other environmentally focused groups in many different countries.

And while some of our strongest links are with partner organisations based in the Indian Ocean islands and the ocean’s East African rim, geographic proximity is far from being the defining factor in the importance placed on these international partnerships.

Our History

Since 1998.

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