My Conservation Work
Travel and Writing
In 2017 and 2019, I traveled throughout the south, east, and north of Madagascar to see the conservation work of Lemur Conservation Network's (LCN) member organizations first-hand. While traveling, I shared social media posts on LCN's social media channels about the organizations' work and the reserves, national parks, and communities I visited along the way.
I interviewed conservation leaders in Madagascar, photographed their work, and wrote blog posts on LCN's blog about their work.
- Inspire travel to Madagascar
- Encourage support of LCN member organizations' work
- Inform future blog and social media posts about their work
A sampling of this work is below.
- Conservation Fusion Partners with Schools in Kianjavato
- Reforestation in Kianjavato: Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership's Conservation Successes
- In Search of Aye-Ayes with the Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership
- Leading Conservation with Pascal Rabeson of Centre ValBio
- Spotting Sifakas and Ruffed Lemurs with Theo in Ranomafana National Park
- The Sakaviro Forest: A Hidden Gem Near Anja Reserve
- Hiking with Ring-tailed Lemurs at Anja Reserve
- Local Reserves in SAVA: Visiting Desiré Rabary’s Antanetiambo Reserve
- Local Reserves in SAVA; Visiting Jackson's Anolakely Reserve
- Hiking to See Silky Sifakas in Marojejy National Park
- Hiking and Camping in Anjanaharibe Sud Special Reserve
- Traveling South to the City of Antsirabe
- Visiting Anjozorobe Forest to See Wild Lemurs Near Antananarivo
View from Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership's Kianjavato Field Station, which I visited in 2017.
On a walk with three villagers. They show me the Sakaviro Forest, a rarely visited patch of forest with ring-tailed lemurs near the more popular Anja Reserve in southern Madagascar.