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Director: Mary Pearl
Mission: Wildlife Trust conserves threatened wild species and their habitats in partnership with local scientists and educators around the world.
Principal Research Programs: Brazil - Black Lion Tamarin, Black Faced Lion Tamarin; Madagascar - Ring-tailed Lemur, Black and White Ruffed Lemur.
Training Opportunities: Through the Internation Training Center for Breeding and Conservation of Endangered Species in Jersey, Channel Islands, U.K., the Wildlife Trust accepts students from emerging countries for a training program.
Number of Staff: 16
Supported Species: Leontopithecus caissara (black-faced lion tamarin), Leontopithecus chrysopygus (black lion tamarin), Varecia variegata (black-and-white ruffed lemur)
Publications: "On the Edge" (newsletter, four times a year); "The Dodo" (journal, annual); "The Wild Times" at www.thewildones.org (website newsletter, two times, December - April)
Last Updated: 2005-09-06
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