The Woolly Monkey Project: Status and Conservation of Primates in Amacayacu National Park (Amazonas Department, Colombia) - A Community-Based ProjectThis project will obtain information that will be submitted to the IUCN for their next reclassification, with the aim of providing accurate information on primate populations in at least one Colombian study site.It is important to note that while Amacayacu National Park is a protected area, it is also home to many human communities.
The Chimpanzees of the Bamenda Highlands: Integrating Field and Genetic Census TechniquesThe purpose of this work is to combine field studies and genetic analysis to estimate abundances of chimpanzees and gorillas in isolated forest patches in the Bamenda Highlands in a time-efficient manner.
The Woolly Haired Monkey, BrazilHabitat use of two groups of Muriquis in an Atlantic Forest fragment in Caratinga – Mina Gerais, Brazil
The Crested Black Macaque, IndonesiaStudy on Male Sulawesi Crested Black Macaque Dominance Style at Tangkoko-Batuangus Nature Reserve, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Endangered Primates in Southern NigeriaConservation Status of the Sclater’s Guenon (Cercopithecus slateri) in Southern Nigeria
Integrated Conservation and Development Project in Dja Faunal Reserve, Cameroon A project to develop a plan for sustainable hunting in an area critical to great apes in Cameroon.
Malagasy Littoral Forest, MadagascarEvaluation of the effect of lemur translocation on the conservation of a Malagasy Littoral Forest
The Tafi Monkey, GhanaCommunity empowerment and wildlife conservation – the Tafi monkey sanctuary, Ghana
The Woolly Monkey, BoliviaThe distribution and abundance of the woolly monkey in northern Bolivian Andean Montane forests
Spider Monkeys and Logging, BoliviaSpider Monkey conservation and reduced impact logging: The potential co-dependancy of spider monkeys and timber tree species in a lowland rainforest, Bolivia, South America