Meet our Newest Volunteer!
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Let's all welcome Pascal!    May 24, 2018             Introduction Blog written by Pascal   Introducing our newest Volunteer, Pascal   Hi there! I am Pascal, 24 years old and from Germany! If you are reading this, then I … Read More
National Endangered Species Day
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Today is National Endangered Species Day and its important to acknowledge all the critically endangered species out there, including the lemurs. Madagascar is considered a biodiversity hotspot and has only about 10% of its original habitat left. Human activity pressures … Read More

One year with MBP…
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Blog by MBP Volunteer, Sam   It’s crazy to think that I arrived 1 year ago at the beginning of September to start my volunteership with MBP. I was a volunteer for the reforestation project and was just learning the … Read More

Welcome Rikarlo!
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The newest addition to the MBP Aye-aye family has a name! It’s Rikarlo! This name comes from a combination of the Aye-aye teams’ names – Richard, Kaway, Richard kely, and Laude. This little guy ws born to Tsinjo in Torotorofotsy. … Read More

Thank you 2013/14 Volunteers!
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The Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership would like to send out a “Thank You!” to all of our volunteers leaving KAFS over the next few weeks. As Dr. Frasier put it, “It has also been our pleasure to work with you these past … Read More

The Malagasy Ferry
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A Blog from Dr. Frasier Taxibrousse trips often warrant blog posts. Who can forget being driven by a man who plainly believes himself to be a demi-god? How else can one explain his certainty that the opposing lane of traffic … Read More

One Year Later…
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Blog from MBP Volunteer, Abby   Photo courtesy of Abby   Being back in Tana 1 year after arriving is slightly surreal… there’s so much everything I haven’t been able to access easily for so long, i.e. all sorts of … Read More

“You’re Doing What?”
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Blog from Hilary, MBP Reforestation Team   I’m going to Madagascar to work on a reforestation and lemur conservation program. Is this really happening!? Following my interview, I had to do everything in my power not to think about the … Read More

Raining Voapaka Seeds
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Blog from MBP Reforestation Volunteer, Tessa   Lalas, one of MBP’s core nursery team, cut off a piece of Voapaka root as we entered the primary forest of Vatovavy. It was a fairly narrow piece of root, no thicker than … Read More

Playful Fossa Family
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If you are coming to visit the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, I highly recommend visiting the Madagascar Exhibit in the morning. We recently went down there to see the baby fossas and their mother. They were so playful and … Read More

The Taxi-Brousse Chorus
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Blog by MBP Volunteer, Nina On one of our taxi brousse-rides back to KAFS from Mananjary (a coastal town about 2 hours from KAFS) early in March, Sara and I had some very unusual company for a good 45-minute stretch … Read More

International Women’s Day
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Here’s a blog post on the groups of women that work with MBP. I figured this would be good timing for International Women’s Day on March 8th which, of course, the Ambalahosy women are preparing a celebration for and even … Read More

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