Quelle: Merco Press
The minefields around the Falkland Islands capital, Stanley, dating back to the South Atlantic conflict, have remained largely untouched for most of nearly 35 years, due to the restrictions in place around access to the minefields. Over this time, they have become a haven for Falkland’s wildlife.
The fact that following the demining process, these areas will be opened to the public by Falkland Island Government, albeit allowing for suitable habitat recovery, generated interest amongst stakeholders involved in the Darwin + Coastal Habitat Mapping project currently underway within the Falklands and South Georgia
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