The Aspinall Foundation

02/03/2020

The Fate of Madagascar's Rainforest Habitat

Aspinall Foundation conservationists contributed to a recent publication in the high impact journal "Nature Climate Change" entitled "The fate of Madagascar’s rainforest habitat". We provided 456 geo-referenced observations of black-and-white...

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23/12/2019

Our Year in Madagascar 2019

In addition to our work with lemurs across several protected sites in Madagascar some of our most exciting discoveries in 2019 have occurred at one of our newer projects - the wetlands of the AmbatoBoeny/ Maevatanana region. Thanks to funding...

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31/08/2019

Madagascar - More Than Lemurs

Madagascar truly is unique, with so many species on the island found nowhere else in the world.

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29/07/2019

Celebrating 10 years of conservation work in the "Land of Lemurs"

In June 2019 The Aspinall Foundation reached a milestone in our Madagascar conservation programme when we celebrated 10 years of committed conservation work on what is probably the most unique and beautiful island in the world in terms of...

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29/03/2019

Work Continues on our Ambato-Boeny/Maevatanana Project

By Tony King, Conservation & Reintroduction Coordinator, The Aspinall Foundation.

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30/01/2019

Madagascar Report

By Matt Ford, Howletts Section Manager Primates, Javan Gibbon EEP Coordinator and EAZA Gibbon TAG Vice Chair.

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29/11/2018

Developing Community-based Conservation in the Ambato-Boeny-Maevatanana Forests & Wetlands

Tony King, Conservation & Reintroduction Coordinator, The Aspinall Foundation

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