Fernanda is the 26th critically endangered mongoose lemur born at LCF in our 26-year history. With wild populations decreasing and their native habitat facing increasing threats, the mongoose lemurs found at LCF and at accredited institutions around the world serve as a genetic safety net against possible extinction in the wild.Continue Reading
2021 Annual Report
Curious to know what went on with our Foundation in 2021? Here is your chance! Click the link below to see our full report: 2021 Annual ReportContinue Reading
September 29th, 2022 Hurricane Ian touched down over our reserve in Myakka, FL. The reserve lost power the day before around 9:45am and flooding had already begun in the area. Thankfully, all lemur buildings made it unscathed and all individuals were safe and sound! The same could not be said for our main office, the…Continue Reading
2022 World Lemur Festival Art Gallery
Lemurs need our help, and artists around the world have taken action to put a spotlight on Madagascar’s endangered primates. Visual arts convey powerful messages and instill a sense of awe in ways that numbers and statistics alone cannot.
Art is one of the core principles of LCF’s mission statement, and each year we invite artists to participate in the World Lemur Festival Juried Art Exhibition to truly inspire, raise awareness, and take action to protect lemurs and their fragile habitats.Continue Reading