Possible new lemur species discovered!
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A species of fork-marked lemur believed to be new to science was discovered in the dry forests of Madagascar through a collaborative effort between Conservation International and Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership! – See more at: http://www.madagascarpartnership.org/blog/entry/1354171/possible-new-lemur-species-discovered#sthash.MEhZP3LK.dpuf   Click here to read … Read More

MBP’s Director has a new publication available!
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Dr. Louis Jr, the MBP director has co-authored another exceptional publication. The just-released third edition of Lemurs of Madagascar, from the Tropical Field Guide series of Conservation International is now available and is a must have for those who wish … Read More

Omaha Zoo formally announces the award winning Madagascar Biodiversity Project
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Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo received Top Honors for the Madagascar Biodiversity Program (MBP) in the Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ (AZA) 2010 International Conservation Award. The award recognizes exceptional efforts toward regional habitat preservation, species restoration and support of biodiversity … Read More

MBP wins the AZA International Conservation Award
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At the AZA Annual Conference, September 12-16, in Houston, TX, the Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership was named as the 2010 AZA International Conservation Award winner. This highly competitive competition compares a variety of conservation efforts around the world performed by a … Read More

New MBP Bamboo Lemur Photos!
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Bamboo lemur photos by Dr. Ed Louis, MBP director, are now on Primate Info Net: http://pin.primate.wisc.edu/factsheets/entry/bamboo_lemur  

The Plight of Malagasy Tortoises
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MBP works to protect numerous Malagasy species, such as the radiated tortoise. As you read the blog post below, you will understand why we want to help…   300 Madagascan tortoises confiscated at Kuala Lumpur Airport Radiated Tortoises formed the … Read More

Conservation Research Training
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On July 4th 2010, 18 Malagasy Animal Biology graduate students and their professors from the University of Antananarivo embarked upon a unique journey. The destination was to Kianjavato, a small community on the Madagascar’s southeastern coast, to participate in an … Read More

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