Blog from MBP Volunteer, Annie Along with tracking specific animals in two forest fragments, we are also trying to get a sense of the lemur population density of all the fragments in the area. So, we are now doing transect surveys, where we walk along pre-measured lines and record any lemurs that we see. Starting out the surveys was a bit of a trick, because the lines do not follow set trails. Instead, they … Read More
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.