Here is an Ex-Military Officer named Tata Rolland explaining how the MBP and the Arbor Day Foundation have benefited his community. He also talks about the destruction of the Sangasanga and why its important to be conscious and responsible for the forests.
Blog by MBP Volunteer, Colleen Photos courtesy of Katherine It is Varecia baby season here at KAFS. I was lucky enough to witness mating season back in July and now am delighted to see the results. In October we began to see the females nesting and tiny Varecia slowly emerged. There are four collared females in Sangasanga with 1 baby each. In addition, we have seen 1 non-collared female with 1 baby and another with … Read More
Blog by MBP Volunteer, Danielle On 8th June, the field team, led by Ed Louis emerged from the forest of Sangasanga with a young female fossa. The fossa had been successfully caught after weeks of preparation to enable a radio collar to be fitted. On closer inspection, the team found that the animal had a thin rope digging into the skin around her neck, which had caused an open and infected wound. It is … Read More