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Andasibe: A Film on Deforestation in Madagascar

Directed by Denise and Marc Dragiewicz In the small village of Andasibe in eastern Madagascar, a dedicated group of individuals, both locals and transplants, are working together to halt the destruction of the natural environment.  Time is not on their

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Andasibe: A Film on Deforestation in Madagascar

Directed by Denise and Marc Dragiewicz In the small village of Andasibe in eastern Madagascar, a dedicated group of individuals, both locals and transplants, are working together to halt the destruction of the natural environment.  Time is not on their

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Notes from the Field, Part III: Final Thoughts

In the Duke Lemur Center’s new “Notes from the Field” series, we follow DLC researcher and SAVA Conservation Project Coordinator Marina Blanco on a field expedition to Madagascar. This is the final entry in our multi-part series. Woolly lemur (avahi) Furry-eared dwarf lemur

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Notes from the Field, Part III: Final Thoughts

In the Duke Lemur Center’s new “Notes from the Field” series, we follow DLC researcher and SAVA Conservation Project Coordinator Marina Blanco on a field expedition to Madagascar. This is the final entry in our multi-part series. Woolly lemur (avahi) Furry-eared dwarf lemur

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#MadagascarMonday World Lemur Festival 2016 was a big hit in Andapa. More than…

#MadagascarMonday World Lemur Festival 2016 was a big hit in Andapa. More than 1,500 people participated in the event, which included a parade, speeches, dance contest, presentations, a radio quiz show, a drawing contest, and prize giveaways—all about lemurs! LCF

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#MadagascarMonday World Lemur Festival 2016 was a big hit in Andapa. More than…

#MadagascarMonday World Lemur Festival 2016 was a big hit in Andapa. More than 1,500 people participated in the event, which included a parade, speeches, dance contest, presentations, a radio quiz show, a drawing contest, and prize giveaways—all about lemurs! LCF

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2016 World Lemur Festival Events Calendar

The World Lemur Festival is for everyone—lemur fans and conservation leaders, scientists and artists, teachers and students, kids and parents, and YOU!  If there isn’t an event in your area, check out this blog post for ideas on how you can celebrate wherever you

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2016 World Lemur Festival Events Calendar

The World Lemur Festival is for everyone—lemur fans and conservation leaders, scientists and artists, teachers and students, kids and parents, and YOU!  If there isn’t an event in your area, check out this blog post for ideas on how you can celebrate wherever you

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How My Experience with Tiny Tim Inspired Me to Save the Lemurs

I first started loving lemurs when I went on my fourth grade class field trip to The Giraffe Ranch in Dade City, Florida. We got to see a bunch of cool animals and have encounters with wildlife. We saw a

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How My Experience with Tiny Tim Inspired Me to Save the Lemurs

I first started loving lemurs when I went on my fourth grade class field trip to The Giraffe Ranch in Dade City, Florida. We got to see a bunch of cool animals and have encounters with wildlife. We saw a

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Home School Academy Student Logan blogs about Aye-Aye and Coquerel Sifaka lemurs

July, 2016 — During the spring session of the Lemur Learning Homeschool Academy, students wrote about two of their favorite lemur species. They compared and contrasted their physical characteristics, behavior (social systems, breeding, communication), and habitat in the wild. They

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Home School Academy Student Logan blogs about Aye-Aye and Coquerel Sifaka lemurs

July, 2016 — During the spring session of the Lemur Learning Homeschool Academy, students wrote about two of their favorite lemur species. They compared and contrasted their physical characteristics, behavior (social systems, breeding, communication), and habitat in the wild. They

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Dr. Erik Patel on how LCF’s work protecting the ASSR

In a recent post, we chatted with Zoological Manager Caitlin Kenney about the Lemur Conservation Foundation’s work in the United States at their lemur reserve in Florida. Today, we talk with Dr. Erik Patel, LCF’s Conservation Program Director, about LCF’s

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Dr. Erik Patel on how LCF’s work protecting the ASSR

In a recent post, we chatted with Zoological Manager Caitlin Kenney about the Lemur Conservation Foundation’s work in the United States at their lemur reserve in Florida. Today, we talk with Dr. Erik Patel, LCF’s Conservation Program Director, about LCF’s

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Lemur Conservation Network

This man travelled the length of Madagascar, fourth largest island in the world, on foot. Lemur Conservation Network has the story. Lemur Conservation Network In this week’s blog post, we speak with Ash-Dykes about the last leg of his journey:

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Lemur Conservation Network

This man travelled the length of Madagascar, fourth largest island in the world, on foot. Lemur Conservation Network has the story. Lemur Conservation Network In this week’s blog post, we speak with Ash-Dykes about the last leg of his journey:

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The Duke Lemur Center, Durham, North Carolina – The Everywhereist

The Everywhereist wrote about a visit to the Duke Lemur Center! They hit all the high points, cute lemurs and exciting research. Not so sure about the Sir Didymus part though. Check it out. The Duke Lemur Center, Durham, North

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The Duke Lemur Center, Durham, North Carolina – The Everywhereist

The Everywhereist wrote about a visit to the Duke Lemur Center! They hit all the high points, cute lemurs and exciting research. Not so sure about the Sir Didymus part though. Check it out. The Duke Lemur Center, Durham, North

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Planning Your First Trip to Madagascar

As a tourist, it can be intimidating to plan your first trip to Madagascar. It seems so remote and exotic! Plus, it’s large, with a less-than-stellar road system, and the plane tickets are expensive, so you want to do it right the

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Planning Your First Trip to Madagascar

As a tourist, it can be intimidating to plan your first trip to Madagascar. It seems so remote and exotic! Plus, it’s large, with a less-than-stellar road system, and the plane tickets are expensive, so you want to do it right the

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Homeschool Academy student blogs about lemurs!

February 2, 2016 — During the fall session of the Lemur Learning Homeschool Academy, students wrote about two of their favorite lemur species. They compared and contrasted their physical characteristics, behavior (social systems, breeding, communication), and habitat in the wild. They

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Homeschool Academy student blogs about lemurs!

February 2, 2016 — During the fall session of the Lemur Learning Homeschool Academy, students wrote about two of their favorite lemur species. They compared and contrasted their physical characteristics, behavior (social systems, breeding, communication), and habitat in the wild. They

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Homeschool Academy student Madeline blogs about lemurs

February 10, 2016 — During the fall session of the Lemur Learning Homeschool Academy, students wrote about two of their favorite lemur species. They compared and contrasted their physical characteristics, behavior (social systems, breeding, communication), and habitat in the wild. They

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Homeschool Academy student Madeline blogs about lemurs

February 10, 2016 — During the fall session of the Lemur Learning Homeschool Academy, students wrote about two of their favorite lemur species. They compared and contrasted their physical characteristics, behavior (social systems, breeding, communication), and habitat in the wild. They

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