Lemur Research in Madagascar
This fascinating country has a lot of gorgeous sights to offer, from its incredible animals, including lemurs, colourful chameleons and wild cats called fossa, to fantastic beaches, azure sea and breathtakingly beautiful coral reefs. This is a great programme for anyone looking to combine adventure with very rewarding conservation volunteering.
The Fort Dauphin area in Madagascar and its vast variety of animal species has been immensly affected by deforestation in recent years. This project offers its volunteers the opportunity to go trekking through the forest to discover the exotic species and monitor the lemur population’s distribution, size, behaviour and diet. The research gained this way is used to make decisions about the management and development of the habitat, in order to preserve the island’s lovely and very unique animals.
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