New Study on Red-Bellied Racer Populations on St. Eustatius

In 2018 and 2019, RAVON/CNSI interns conducted a study on St. Eustatius to better understand the red-bellied racer population. Threatened by habitat loss, invasive species and hurricane
damage, little is known about this snake, which now only inhabits less than 11% of its historical range. This study will help shape the conservation efforts for this species going forward.

This article was published in BioNews29

More Information: Kaboord, B. 2019. A population assessment and habitat description of the Alsophis rufiventris on the Quill and Boven National Park, St. Eustatius. Research Report. 

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