Reinforcing conservation activities for the long-term survival of the Critically Endangered Blue-eyed black lemur
Image credit: C. Guy and H. Randriatahina
Project

Ensuring the Long Term Survival of the Critically Endangered Blue–Eyed Black Lemur

Duration
2015 - 2016
Location
Madagascar
Species protected
Blue-eyed Black Lemur Eulemur flavifrons

Project objectives

Three outcomes include a decrease in the human pressure on the Anabohazo area. Secondly a decrease in the threats in this area by 50%. Finally, conservation work will increase the number of local communities members that gain the benefit of jobs and alternative livelihoods by 50%.

This project is implemented by Association Européenne pour l’Etude et la Conservation des Lémuriens.

Threaths

Habitat loss & degradation

Poaching