Cousine Island Diary

We are eagerly awaiting our first turtle to nest on Cousine Island…. any day now! 🌴 We will keep you all posted #HawksbillTurtle #CousineIsland #Conservation ... See MoreSee Less

We are eagerly awaiting our first turtle to nest on Cousine Island…. any day now! 🌴 We will keep you all posted #HawksbillTurtle #CousineIsland #Conservation

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On Frégate we got 4 tracks so far..

2 weeks ago

Cousine Island - Seychelles

An update on our new Seychelles magpie robin chick:
At 15 days old, our little chick was ready to receive his jewellery! A metal ring with a unique number, combined with two colour rings, will allow us to identify him once he's fledged the nest. This newest addition brings our population of this Endangered species up to 41, the highest ever recorded on Cousine!
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An update on our new Seychelles magpie robin chick:
At 15 days old, our little chick was ready to receive his jewellery! A metal ring with a unique number, combined with two colour rings, will allow us to identify him once hes fledged the nest. This newest addition brings our population of this Endangered species up to 41, the highest ever recorded on Cousine!

The North Viewpoint on Cousine is the perfect place for our guests to experience the amazing natural beauty of this island. Watch the sun set as shearwaters, fairy terns and white-tailed tropicbirds swoop and glide down below. A rare opportunity to get a birds-eye view of the birds themselves! ... See MoreSee Less

The North Viewpoint on Cousine is the perfect place for our guests to experience the amazing natural beauty of this island. Watch the sun set as shearwaters, fairy terns and white-tailed tropicbirds swoop and glide down below. A rare opportunity to get a birds-eye view of the birds themselves!

3 weeks ago

Cousine Island - Seychelles

Meet our newest edition to Cousine Island - a five-day old Seychelles Magpie Robin chick, still featherless and being fed by mum and dad in its nest. This is great news for this endemic, Endangered species, of which there are only a few hundred. ... See MoreSee Less

Meet our newest edition to Cousine Island - a five-day old Seychelles Magpie Robin chick, still featherless and being fed by mum and dad in its nest. This is great news for this endemic, Endangered species, of which there are only a few hundred.

Meet the species of the Cousine Island House Reef!
Scissortail Sergeant (Abudefduf sexfasciatus):
Damselfish are typical of coral reefs with 75% of all known species found in the Western Indo-Pacific! Sergeants feed on a combination of plankton, filamentous algae and small invertebrates and tend to be very aggressive protectors of their home. As you can see, they are highly abundant in the Seychelles.
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Meet the species of the Cousine Island House Reef!
Scissortail Sergeant (Abudefduf sexfasciatus):
Damselfish are typical of coral reefs with 75% of all known species found in the Western Indo-Pacific! Sergeants feed on a combination of plankton, filamentous algae and small invertebrates and tend to be very aggressive protectors of their home. As you can see, they are highly abundant in the Seychelles.

In the Azure waters of the Indian Ocean there is an island like no other #CousineIsland ... See MoreSee Less

In the Azure waters of the Indian Ocean there is an island like no other #CousineIsland

This little one decided to make an appearance today ❤️ The white-tailed tropic bird often nest on the ground at the base of trees. Guests are lucky enough to see them breed all year round #CousineIsland #Conservation #FluffyChick ... See MoreSee Less

This little one decided to make an appearance today ❤️ The white-tailed tropic bird often nest on the ground at the base of trees. Guests are lucky enough to see them breed all year round  #CousineIsland #Conservation #FluffyChick