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Protecting threatened Over-seas biodiversity
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The BIODIV’OM LIFE programme contributes to the conservation of five globally threatened species including three birds: the Reunion cuckooshrike, the White-breasted thrasher of Martinique and the Madagascar pond heron on Mayotte, and two fish: the Nassau and Atlantic goliath groupers. The programme will also help to protect a highly threatened habitat, the Guiana savannah.

The BIODIV’OM LIFE programme is the first LIFE project to implicate 5 French overseas territories and that is undertaken by 5 different nature protection organisations, a national park and a naturel regional parc.