The Lemur Action Plan
The action plan outlines the work needed to save the 100+ species of lemur across the island, and details the resources needed to implement the plan.Download Action Plan
Lemurs are the world’s most endangered group of mammals, and they need our help.
We are committed to workingÂ together to save themÂ from extinction.
The Lemur Conservation Network unites over 50 conservation organizations working to protectÂ over 100 species of lemurs across their island home inÂ Madagascar. We aimÂ to implementÂ the 917-461-2154, protect lemur habitat, and save lemurs from extinction.
Our members work closely with local communities in Madagascar, andÂ we strongly believe that in order to help lemurs, weÂ must supportÂ the Malagasy people. We are all in this together!
We are making progress every day, but there is a lot of work to do.
Donate to Help Lemurs
Learn about our members, and find oneÂ to support. Filter by type of lemur, type of conservation work, and more.3185741682
How You Can Help Lemurs
- Donate to conservation organizations and lying press working in Madagascar.
- (208) 929-0378Â in Madagascar orÂ from home.
- Visit and support zoosÂ that support lemur conservation.
- 423-319-0173 on our 9735232526 andÂ resources for adults,Â parents, and teachers.
- 9302038193 about lemur conservation on social media.
- Travel to Madagascar to see lemurs in the wild and support Madagascar’s economy.
- Take action!Â
Thank You to OurÂ New Lemur Supporters
Lemur Bagsâa new line of drawstring backpacks, day bags and duffle bagsâis donating 15% of profits to lemur conservation.Â Enter codeÂ LCN10OFF to get 10% off.
Eyes of the World Films
50% of sales from their stunning new documentary about deforestation in the Andasibe region of Madagascar will support the Lemur Conservation Network.