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Sifaka Conservation

Sifaka mother and child at the Bronx zoo. Photo by Julie Larsen Maher / Wildlife Conservation Society

Sifaka mother and child at the Bronx zoo. Photo by Julie Larsen Maher / Wildlife Conservation Society

A Coquerel's sifaka, born spring 2012, clings to its mother's back as she perches on a branch in the Madagascar! exhibit at the Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo.

A Coquerel's sifaka, born spring 2012, clings to its mother's back as she perches on a branch in the Madagascar! exhibit at the Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo.

This March 24, 2010 photo released by the Wildlife Conservation Society shows Ares, a male baby coquerel's sifaka, clinging to his mother Kate's back in the Bronx Zoo's Madagascar! exhibit.

This March 24, 2010 photo released by the Wildlife Conservation Society shows Ares, a male baby coquerel's sifaka, clinging to his mother Kate's back in the Bronx Zoo's Madagascar! exhibit.

My Sifaka images made the Sunday DailyMail UK yesterday. Great to see they also mentioned about the threats wildlife of Madagascar is facing such as deforestation.  #lemur #sifaka #madagascar #africa #wildlifephotography #shannonwild #dailymail #wildlife #wild #conservation

My Sifaka images made the Sunday DailyMail UK yesterday. Great to see they also mentioned about the threats wildlife of Madagascar is facing such as deforestation. #lemur #sifaka #madagascar #africa #wildlifephotography #shannonwild #dailymail #wildlife #wild #conservation

work as Conservation Director for Europe for The Conservation Land Trust (CLT) and also serve as scientific advisor to CLT's jaguar recovery efforts in Argentina. A veterinarian with a PhD in Conservation Biology. My work was instrumental in the recovery and re-introduction of the black-footed ferret in the US and in the conservation of the golden-crowned sifaka in Madagascar. In the past decade, I served as a central figure in the recovery program for the Iberian lynx.

work as Conservation Director for Europe for The Conservation Land Trust (CLT) and also serve as scientific advisor to CLT's jaguar recovery efforts in Argentina. A veterinarian with a PhD in Conservation Biology. My work was instrumental in the recovery and re-introduction of the black-footed ferret in the US and in the conservation of the golden-crowned sifaka in Madagascar. In the past decade, I served as a central figure in the recovery program for the Iberian lynx.

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