We are delighted to share with you the latest edition of Island Restoration News from the Gough Island Restoration Programme

“This issue opens with a welcome from Andrew Callender, Gough Island Restoration Programme Executive, who tells us more about the key objectives of the investigation to better understand why the eradication programme on Gough was unsuccessful.

On a very positive note, we are thrilled to be able to reveal the results from the annual round-island census. We would particularly like to highlight the breeding success for Tristan albatross which was a massive 75.5% in 2022! This is more than two-times the 2004-2021 average and a sign of what a mouse-free future could bring. Visit Twitter to read more about the announcements.

Within this issue we look to the future and share news of our unfolding plans to revisit Henderson.

I hope you enjoy reading the latest  Island Restoration News. If you have any feedback or questions, please get in touch as we are always keen to hear your thoughts.”