Lemur Park - Madagascar
Lemurs Park à Antananarivo réserve privée de lémuriens à Madagascar
A coté d' Antananarivo (Tana ou Tananarive) la capitale de Madagascar, Lemurs'Park est une réserve privée de lémuriens, oeuvrant pour la conservation de l'environnement Malgache. A 25 km de TANA ville, Lemurs'Park est la seule réserve de Madagascar où vous pouvez observer 9 espèces de lémuriens en totale liberté.
Ce n'est pas un Zoo, néanmoins un parc botanique complètera votre visite écotouristique.
L'endroit idéal pour sortir de Tana, le temps d'une journée.
Dedicated to the preservation and conservation of the primates of Madagascar through captive breeding, scientific research, and education.
Limbe Wildlife Centre
The Limbe Wildlife Centre (LWC), a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation project situated in the South West Region of Cameroon, was started in 1993 by the Pandrillus Foundation, a conservation NGO, and the Government of Cameroon. Since this time it has become home to a variety of critically endangered wildlife species including the ellioti chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes ellioti), the drill monkey (Mandrillus leucophaeus), the western lowland (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) and Cross River (G.g.diehli) gorillas, several species of long-tailed monkeys, including the locally endemic Preuss’s guenon (Cercopithecus preussi), and various reptile and bird species.
Cameroon has one of the most diverse ranges of plant and animal species of any country in the world. However many people are not aware of how special the flora and fauna of this country is nor are many people aware of how rapidly much of it is being lost for ever.
The Limbe Wildlife Centre plays an active role in local conservation efforts by being actively involved in the implementation of the national wildlife protection laws and by providing a solution of where to place animals seized by law enforcement agencies. Additionally, by protecting and caring for the wild animals of Cameroon, the project provides one of the few opportunities for local people to see and learn about their own precious natural heritage and how they can take steps to ensure its conservation.
Loris & Potto Conservation
The loris and potto conservation database is part of a loris conservation project which is charitable as a project of Quantum Conservation*, tax no. I/385 (Finanzamt / revenue office Suhlingen, Germany).