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Madagascar Fauna Group (MFG)
Conservation Agency
Web Site:

Director: Dr. Eric Miller
c/o Saint Louis Zoo, #1 Government Drive, St. Louis, Missouri 63110-1395 UNITED STATES
Affiliations: Ivoloina Environmental Information Centre

Mission: The Madagascar Fauna Group (MFG) is an international consortium of zoos and related institutions working together to conserve Madagascar's lemurs and other spectacular wildlife.

Principal Research Programs: Restocking "Varecia" and monitoring released lemurs in Betampona Reserve;
Student and adult education about sustainability without depleting primate habitat; agricultural training.

Training Opportunities: Educational opportunities available for Malagasy biologists on an informal basis through staff exchanges and sponsorship to attend classes and conferences

Number of Staff: 20+

Associated Field Sites: Parc Ivoloina: Forestry Station, Sustainable Agriculture, Student Education

Betampona Reserve: Research, monitoring, conservation

Dr. An Bollen, Programme Manager

Madagascar Fauna Group
BP: 442 Toamasina (501)

Office is +2615330842
Parc Ivoloina Zoo +2615393168
Training Centre +2615398561

Supported Species: Prolemur simus (greater bamboo lemur), Varecia variegata variegata (black-and-white ruffed lemur)

Publications: Quarterly newsletter available through website.

Last Updated: 2009-06-15

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