Friends of South Georgia Island

 

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Help us keep South Georgia wildlife flourishing


On 17 September 2021 the South Georgia Museum launched its free online exhibition marking the centenary of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s final expedition and his untimely death and burial in South Georgia. You can visit the exhibition on the South Georgia Museum website here.


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View our latest newsletter here.


South Georgia declared rodent-free!

World’s largest rodent eradication project a success.

Thank you to all our supporters – you made this possible!

read more here


who we are

We are dedicated to raising funds to protect and conserve the natural and cultural heritage of the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia, restore the ecological balance and return it to the incredibly rich and biodiverse island it once was.


 

what we do

ENVIRONMENTAL & SCIENCE PROJECTS


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Now that, thanks to all of your support in the Habitat Restoration project, South Georgia has been declared rodent free – we aim to keep it that way and so increase by millions the numbers of birds living there. Read more about our current projects here.

(Photo by Ingo Arndt).



CULTURAL HERITAGE PROJECTS


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We preserve, protect and promote an understanding of the historical heritage of South Georgia. Read more about our current projects here.

(Photo by Ingo Arndt).

Get Involved!

Please support Friends of South Georgia Island. Help to restore South Georgia’s environment and preserve its history.

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