Fernandina Island, also known in Spanish as Isla Fernandina and less commonly by its English name of Narborough Island, is one of Galapagos Islands of Ecuador. It is the largest pristine island in the archipelago, with no introduced species. It is also the youngest of the islands, with La Cumbre Volcano having erupted most recently in April 2009.
Fernandina is the youngest island in the archipelago, with the 4900 foot La Cumbre volcano having erupted most recently in April 2009. The island is the third largest in the archipelago with a total area of 248 square miles. The island is also well-known for being the largest pristine island; no rats, goats, or other non-native species have (yet) been introduced.
See the Galapagos wildlife page for more information on the flora and fauna of the islands.
The closest islands to Fernandina is:
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