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Professor of Physical Anthropology State University of Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY Russ Mittermeier Ph D President, Conservation International; Chairman,IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist Group; President, Margot Marsh Biodiversity Foundation. John Oates Ph D Professor of Anthropology Hunter College in New York, NY. Carel Van Schaik Ph D Professor of Biological Anthropology at Duke University, Durham, ...
Endangered Primate Rescue Center
The following organizations and individuals have supported us in the year 2006. Support exceeding 10.000 US$ has been received from: Frankfurt Zoological Society, Germany Arcus Foundation, USA Margot Marsh Biodiversity Foundation, USA Zoo Leipzig, Germany Zoological Society for the Conservation of Species and Populations, Germany Zoological Society San Diego, USA Support exceeding 5000 US$ has ...
New Group of Endangered Lemurs Found in Madagascar
Torotorofotsy area. A collaborative effort between the Malagasy nongovernmental organization MITSINJO and the Henry Doorly Zoo in the United States, supported by the Margot Marsh Biodiversity Foundation and Conservation International, resulted in researchers finding and immobilizing several of the rare lemurs to attach radio collars for further monitoring. The researchers believe ...
Gunung Palung Orangutan Project
We thank the following local and international sponsors for their support of the Gunung Palung Orangutan Project: Margot Marsh Biodiversity Fund, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Conservation Food & Health Foundation, Center for Research in Development & Biology (PPPB), Universitas Tanjungpura (UNTAN) - Pontianuk, Directorate of Nature Conservation (PHKA), Gunung ...
LIPU-UK -> Working in Britain for Birds in Italy - The Hoopoe
Unlike many charities, we appeal to our supporters only once a year and this year ... relationship between human beings and nature in our ever more crowded cities. Urbanisation generally reduces biodiversity over a whole range of living beings, though sadly, current research pays little attention to ...