Blog by Amelia Greenberg
Blog from MBP Volunteer, Jack Anyone flying into Madagascar for the first time can expect to feel more than a little nervous. The excitement of planning your trip to the jungle and see the unique wildlife and endearing lemurs will by then have subsided only to be replaced by a sense of trepidation. What is this barren moonscape the plane is flying over? Not a single lemur or chameleon waving to greet me from its … Read More
The dancing Tenrec of Vatovavy, Madagascar, video by Sophie Malone, a research volunteer with the Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership. This video features a cute baby lowland streaked tenrec.
Blog by MBP volunteers, Sophie and Megan All was going well for team Varecia at Vatovavy. Lemurs were being followed and data meticulously collected. Until one day in late November when an old faithful Lemur, Manga Be (blue collar), appeared to have gone off radar. After many searches of his usual terrain around the lower foothills of Vatovavy, morale was beginning to hit an all time low. What could have happened… predation? Untimely health issues? … Read More