Threatened Primates of Nigeria: Conservation of Sacred Monkeys in Igboland and a Relict Population of Chimpanzees in the Niger DeltaThis project, which covers three sites in south-eastern Nigeria, aims to continue to promote the conservation of two sacred populations of Sclater’s monkey in Igboland, and to obtain baseline data needed to raise awareness about and initiate conservation measures for a relict chimpanzee population in the Niger Delta.
Ex Situ Conservation of Tarsius Bancanus Saltator on Belitung Island, Indonesia: A Pilot Project Near their Natural HabitatThe aim of the project is to study the enclosure design and enrichment of the captivity, provide information of the diet consumption, feeding behaviour and increase the awareness of the local people and local authorities of Tarsius bancanus ssp saltator in captivity, in order to promote conservation area in Belitung Island
Kapany Lemurs ProjectThis project aims to determine the taxonomic status of the Kapany lemurs, which present an intermediate morphology beetwen Eulemur macaco (the black lemur) and Eulemur flavifrons (the black blue-eyed lemur). This will help to enable the red-listing of this potentially threatened lemur taxon by the IUCN.
Galagoides Rondoensis Conservation in Saadani National Park, TanzaniaThe project will map the population distribution of Galagoides rondoensis in the Park and facilitate to draft conservation management plans at local and national level.
Bonobo Conservation and Habitat Protection via the Power of Wildlife MediaThe aim of the project is to promote the urgently needed protection of a critically important forest area by producing a training film to increase capacity to monitor bonobos (Pan paniscus) and other endangered species. The other aim is to prepare the making of a bespoke conservation film which will be widely disseminated.
Investigating Ecological and Anthropogenic Factors that Determine the Distribution and Conservation of the Critically Endangered Cross River GorillaThe projects aims is to determine the ecological and anthropogenic causes of the current patchy
distribution of Cross River gorillas, and determine the quantity and location of suitable habitat where conservation action can be focused.
Ecology and Conservation of the Critically Endangered Ka'apor Capuchin Monkey (Cebus kaapori) in the Brazilian AmazonThe ka’apor capuchin (Cebus kaapori) ranks among the most endangered primates in Brazil. The goal of this project is to study the ecology, behaviour and distribution of this species, increase awareness of its conservation status and establish a small reserve at the eastern edge of its distribution.
Population and Habitat Viability Analysis for the Pig-Tailed Langur (Simias concolor) in the Mentawai Archipelago, W. Sumatra, IndonesiaThe project aims to provide detailed information on size and location of the remaining primate habitat on Siberut Island, data on density and abundance of the island’s primate population and an estimate of species population viability in the future.
Locally Based Monitoring of Wildlife Utilisation at the Colombian-Peruvian Border: Enforcing International Wildlife Trade Regulations This project aims to assess the conservation status of overharvested species in the Amazonian frontier between Colombia and Peru. We aim to tackle the illegal trade of night monkeys for biomedical research, throughout the implementation of locally-based management initiatives.
Conservation of Isolated Populations of Lion-Tailed Macaque in Anamalai Hills of Western Ghats, IndiaThe project aims to interlink the isolated populations of Lion-tailed macaque living in the forest fragments in Anamalai hills by identifying the potential wildlife corridors between the forest fragments and adjacent protected area. A matrix of variables from ecology, economics, sociology and politics will be considered while delineating the corridors.