If we don’t act now, we risk losing lemur species for the first time in two centuries. The importance of the projects in the IUCN lemur action plan simply cannot be overstated.
The Lemur Conservation Network is one of those projects, it unites organizations who are working to save Madagascar’s lemurs from extinction with people who want to support the cause.
Sainte Luce Reserve are proud members of the Lemur Conservation Network. Find us there :)
We publish our newest news on our facebook page on a regular basis, with a focus on fresh conservation news about Madagascar, and of course, we publish live updates from the reserve, wildlife spottings, and photos from our volunteers.
Our facebook page is a great place for you to see what life is like as a volunteer at the reserve by having a good look through our volunteer albums.
We would love it if you would follow us there to stay up-to-date with our latest information.
Sainte Luce Reserve offers places to keen volunteers who want to make a real difference to conservation.
You can help us to protect local biodiversity using direct habitat protection while developing and enhancing ecotourism attractions, promoting environmental education, and improving the well being of the local population.
The reserve – and the forest that it protects – is part of the last and most intact section of coastal forest in southeastern Madagascar.
Please have a good look around our website and if you have any questions, please feel free to message us on our facebook page or send an email to us via our contact page. We look forward to hearing from you :)
We recommend that you start on our MISSION page to get a good understanding of who we are and what we do...
Watch this space for lots of news about development at the reserve during 2015. We have some extraordinary changes planned but we are keeping them under our hat for the time being. Our facebook page is the best place to keep abreast of the news as it happens.