Fernandina is the most volcanically active and pristine island in the Galapagos. It is most famous for its continuing series of volcanic eruptions, the latest ones which occured in May 2005 and April 2009. Nowadays, the island has one visitor site while the rest of the island has been kept in its pristine condition. In this dry landing site that is Punta Espinoza, visitors can take a short walk along the peninsula or a longer walk inland to the edge of a large aa lava flow. Fernandinda has flourishing wildlife such as marine and land iguanas, sea lions and penguins. It is also one of the few places home to the Flightless Cormorant.