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Director: Mr Paul Masterton, Chief Executive Officer
Mission: The mission of the Wildlife Conservation Trust is to help preserve species threatened with extinction. The Trusts are in support of: 1) The propagation of rare and endangered species in captivity as an aid to their survival, 2) The reintroduction of rare and endangered species to their native habitats, and the restoration of these habitats to preserve the species in the wild, 3) Research on these species in captivity and in the wild, so that we may better understand their biology, ecology and behavior, and develop plans for their sustained management, 4) The education of all persons concerning the value of wildlife, particularly those from developing countries living in close association with rare and endangered species, 5) The professional training of zoologists and conservation biologists, particularly those from the developing countries of the world, 6) The formulation of strategies and policy activities for the conservation of endangered species and their habitats where appropriate.
Principal Research Programs: Behavioral ecology of "Hapalemur alaotrensis"; Biology and behavior of captive "Hapalemur griseus alaotrensis"; Biology and behavior of captive "Daubentonia madagascariensis"; Biology and behavior of captive "Saguinus bicolor bicolor"
Training Opportunities: International Training Centre runs a variety of courses for conservationists including the Durrell Endangered Species Management Graduate Certificate, Endangered Species Recovery, Island Led Species Action and Amphibian Biodiversity Conservation (check website or email email@example.com for further details)
Number of Staff: 90
Associated Field Sites: Mauritius, Dr. Carl Jones, Program Director; Madagascar, Richard Lewis, Program Director
Publications: "On The Edge" "Solitaire"
Last Updated: 2012-03-19
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