David Anchundia is an ornithologist for the Galapagos Landbird Conservation Program at the Charles Darwin Foundation. Initially, he worked in the Galapagos supporting research on sea lions and fur seals. David received his Master of Science working with the blue-footed booby, incorporating GPS tagging, bird counts on coastlines, and feeding ecology. Currently, his research focuses on the iconic Darwin’s finches and flycatchers in Galapagos. The Landbird Conservation Program aims to provide basic information about population sizes of birds across Galapagos and to gain scientific information on poorly documented species like the Vermilion flycatcher. David’s research aids in efforts to save Galapagos birds from an invasive parasitic fly.