Like many islands the Falklands have been affected by the introduction of rats, mice and cats. Introduced feral cats alone have contributed to at least 14% of all global bird, mammal and reptile extinctions and invasive vertebrates remain a significant threat. Two of the three Falklands endemic bird species cannot persist in the presence of rats. Given that less than 1% of the total Falkland Islands landmass remains rodent free, the invasion or re-invasion of rodent-free sites would have significant consequences. Falklands Conservation undertakes rodent eradications and works with stakeholders to raise awareness of biosecurity measures to prevent rodent invasion.