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Conyers Staff Release Endangered Species into the Wild

December 2008 Updated on 25 March 2010

Cayman law firm Conyers Dill & Pearman recently participated in the release of its sponsored Blue Iguana into the protected parklands of the National Trust Salina Reserve.

Conyers staff member, Tracy Cuff, delivered Connie to her new home in East End. The firm also held a dress down day earlier in the year which raised CI$500 in donations for the Blue Iguana Recovery Fund, of which the firm is a Platinum Sponsor.

Connie was named by Janelle Syms, daughter of a Conyers employee, and is one of only a few hundred critically endangered Grand Cayman Blue Iguana species left in the world.

Ms. Cuff said: "Not only was this a once in a lifetime experience for me, but how satisfying to know that you are a small part of this wonderful Recovery Program and the reinstatement of these lovely blue iguanas back into the wild. The Conyers community as a whole has a very keen interest in this program."

 

This article originally appeared in the Cayman Compass on Tuesday, 9th December 2008.

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Conyers Staff Release Endangered Species into the Wild

01 December 2008 Updated on 25 March 2010

Cayman law firm Conyers Dill & Pearman recently participated in the release of its sponsored Blue Iguana into the protected parklands of the National Trust Salina Reserve.

Conyers staff member, Tracy Cuff, delivered Connie to her new home in East End. The firm also held a dress down day earlier in the year which raised CI$500 in donations for the Blue Iguana Recovery Fund, of which the firm is a Platinum Sponsor.

Connie was named by Janelle Syms, daughter of a Conyers employee, and is one of only a few hundred critically endangered Grand Cayman Blue Iguana species left in the world.

Ms. Cuff said: "Not only was this a once in a lifetime experience for me, but how satisfying to know that you are a small part of this wonderful Recovery Program and the reinstatement of these lovely blue iguanas back into the wild. The Conyers community as a whole has a very keen interest in this program."

 

 

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