Join Yvonne Harrison as she shares her adventure – swimming with seals and sharks and trekking amongst the indigenous animals . She visited 12 of the 19 volcanic islands 1000 km west of Ecuador following in the footsteps of Darwin almost 175 years later. Since 1959 the islands form Galapagos National Park, dedicated to preserving the many unique species that live there — animals such as the huge 200 kg Galapagos Tortoise, land and marine iguanas, frigate birds, and the comical bluefooted booby. These enchanted islands are truly a magical place ! When: Wednesday, May 26 from 1:00pm to 2:00pm. Where: Uxbridge Public Library Lower Meeting Room.