Welcome to Madagascar, Kenneth!
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WELCOME NEW VOLUNTEER    May 24th, 2018            Introduction Blog written by Kenneth    Introducing our newest Volunteer, Kenneth!    Hello, my name is Kenneth! Originally from the Houston, Texas, I am currently a student in the Europe-Africa … Read More
Superstar Volunteer
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Welcome New Volunteer    April 17, 2017             Introduction Blog    Everyone Meet Edyta!    Everyone meet new volunteer, Edyta! Originally from Poland, Edyta has traveled ALL the WAY from Sweden to help us out! We are … Read More
VOLUNTEER IN MADAGASCAR
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The Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership is currently seeking Volunteers for the January 2018 cohort Are you ready for a life-changing experience?   Become part of the solution and help us provide a future for the many endemic and endangered species whose lives are at stake. … Read More
Meet our Newest Volunteer
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Welcome New Volunteer   October 17, 2017             Introduction Blog written by Jake    Introducing New Volunteer, Jake     My name is Jake, and I am a recent graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where … Read More
Varecia Volunteer
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WELCOME NEW VOLUNTEER   Aug 3, 2017             Introduction Blog written by Megan    Introducing our newest Volunteer, Megan!    During my undergraduate studies in anthropology, I had the opportunity to take part in Field School in Belize … Read More
Let’s Welcome Zach!
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Please welcome one of our newest volunteers, Zach! With his passion for primates and conservation, this ‘anthropologist-in-training’ will be joining the varecia Monitoring Team!  Learn more about him in his intro blog below!     “Hello! My name is Zach, and I’m a … Read More

Tales from the Field- Visiting Graduate Student, Peggy
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Peggy is a visiting graduate student in Zoology from University of Wisconsin-Madison. She was able to take the opportunity to send us a little photo update from the field. Here is a picture of a Madagascar harrier-hawk, which she has seen twice now. This photo … Read More

Conservation Fusion’s Lemur-O-Rama
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Blog from MBP Volunteer, Abby   I am now 2 months into my stay in Madagascar and it’s been a whirlwind. We were lucky enough to be in Kianjavato for “Lemur-O-Rama”, meticulously planned by Susie McGuire of Conservation Fusion(one of … Read More

Thanks for Voting!
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Thanks to all of you who helped during the 2011 Zoo Boise Conservation Fund open voting session. Unfortunately, the MBP was not selected as one of the top four candidates for funding. Although this is a disappointment, we are honored … Read More

Watch Our Video and Vote!
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Here’s a little video that explains our project for consideration by the 2011 Zoo Boise Conservation Fund. Our proposal “Lemurs Rebuilding Madagascar’s Forest – Let’s Doo-Doo It!” is asking for funding to further strengthen our community-supported reforestation program that uses … Read More

MBP Candidate for Zoo Boise 2011 Conservation Fund
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Here’s an easy way YOU can help the lemurs and forest of Madagascar! We’ve been selected as one of the top 8 candidates by Zoo Boise’s 2011 Conservation Fund. In this competition, the public gets to vote on which conservation … Read More

Tracking Greater Bamboo Lemurs in Madagascar
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Check out this video of Dr. Louis and our field team tracking one of the world’s most endangered primates, the Greater Bamboo lemur, in Kianjavato Madagascar.    

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