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Lemur Conservation

$2,670
53%
Raised toward our $5,000 Goal
36 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on March 31, at 11:59 PM EDT
Project Owners

Terry

Seeley

$100

Mar 29, 2017

Amy

Salazar

$20

Mar 28, 2017

Leah

Wersebe

$10

Mar 28, 2017

Tim

King

$10

Mar 27, 2017

Daniel

Hribar

$5

Mar 22, 2017

Corey

Earle

$25

Mar 21, 2017

Anonymous

$50

Mar 20, 2017

Kat

Hadfield

$20

Mar 20, 2017

Patty and Pat

Seeley

$100

Mar 20, 2017

Joanne

Beccarelli

$50

Mar 20, 2017

Maryangela

Buskey

Undisclosed Amount

Mar 19, 2017

Buckets of

Blarney

$25

Mar 18, 2017

Barbara

Wolfe

$100

Mar 15, 2017

Amelie

Mathieu

$25

Mar 14, 2017

Leigh

Clayton

Undisclosed Amount

Mar 13, 2017

Kelly

Saverino

$25

Mar 13, 2017

David

Evans

$250

Mar 12, 2017

Ryan

Goupil

$50

Mar 12, 2017

Michael

Barrie

$50

Mar 11, 2017

Diana

DiBernardo

Undisclosed Amount

Mar 11, 2017

Patricia

Moschitta

$100

Mar 10, 2017

Sean

Mazer

$150

Mar 09, 2017

Sarah

Mazer

$250

Mar 08, 2017

Marisa

Shlomo

$25

Mar 07, 2017

Sean

Mazer

$150

Mar 06, 2017

Grandma Pat

Seeley

$100

Mar 06, 2017

Amy

Moschitta

$30

Mar 05, 2017

Justin

Blesy

$50

Mar 04, 2017

Alice

Rogers

$100

Mar 03, 2017

Ashley

Edes

$75

Mar 02, 2017

Anonymous

$25

Mar 01, 2017

Lynda

Seeley

$100

Mar 01, 2017

Caitlin

Russell

$75

Mar 01, 2017

Anonymous

$100

Mar 01, 2017

Anonymous

$100

Mar 01, 2017

Jan

Ramer

$25

Mar 01, 2017
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$5

Ring-tailed Lemurs

Ring-tails are one of the most common species kept in zoos. They are highly social living in large groups of 10-20 individuals.

$10

On an Isle Far Away

The island of Madagascar, which is the only place that lemurs live in the wild, is almost 10,000 miles from Columbus, Ohio.

$25

Indri

Indri lemurs are one of the largest species of lemur. They are monogamous and stay with the same partner for life.

$75

Lemurs in Trouble

There are approximately 103 lemur species on the island of Madagascar. 75 of these species are considered to be either endangered or critically endangered

$100

So Many Species

Currently there are over 100 species and subspecies of lemurs on the island of Madagascar.

$150

Sifaka Lemurs

These lemurs were named by the Malagasy people by the sound of their call, shif-auk.

$250

Aye-aye

This elusive species of nocturnal lemurs has long fingers that they use to tap on logs to find termites. They are the topic of many Malagasy folk stories

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