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Lemur Bioblitz, March 27-28, 2020, Maromizaha forest
Do you like adventure? Interested in learning about lemurs? Are you passionate about protecting the environment? Are you a student who has no background in conservation but wants to get involved? Then this program is for you! Come join both professionals from Lemurs Portal and passionate people alike on March 27-28, 2020 in the Maromizaha forest and learn how to get involved! Lemurs are an iconic image for Madagascar helping make our country the most biodiverse place in the world so it is important to protect them.Lemurs Portal is a project that has been working on a database that is available to the public and has made huge strides in lemur research, conservation and decision making. We created this event Bioblitz to give everyday citizens the opportunity to contribute to lemur conservation scientifically. It is a lot easier than you think it is! All that is required is for you to go to the forest with us and then learn about cataloging and describing lemurs.If you want to apply, please follow the link below and fill in the application form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd0Pt4e9Fk0Rj33ETzO-SMW0u_C9fXtcxqMQHjaoPvOfACbYw/viewform The deadline is March 19, 2020 at 12 pm Who doesn’t want to spend a couple days in a beautiful forest?

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Do you like adventure? Interested in learning about lemurs? Are you passionate about protecting the environment? Are you a student who has no background in conservation but wants to get involved? Then this program is for you! Come join both professionals from Lemurs Portal and passionate people alike on March 27-28, 2020 in the Maromizaha forest and learn how to get involved! Lemurs are an iconic image for Madagascar helping make our country the most biodiverse place in the world so it is important to protect them.Lemurs Portal is a project that has been working on a database that is available to the public and has made huge strides in lemur research, conservation and decision making. We created this event Bioblitz to give everyday citizens the opportunity to contribute to lemur conservation scientifically. It is a lot easier than you think it is! All that is required is for you to go to the forest with us and then learn about cataloging and describing lemurs.If you want to apply, please follow the link below and fill in the application form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd0Pt4e9Fk0Rj33ETzO-SMW0u_C9fXtcxqMQHjaoPvOfACbYw/viewform The deadline is March 19, 2020 at 12 pm Who doesn’t want to spend a couple days in a beautiful forest?
Do you like adventure? Interested in learning about lemurs? Are you passionate about protecting the environment? Are you a student who has no background in conservation but wants to get involved? Then this program is for you! Come join both professionals from Lemurs Portal and passionate people alike on March 27-28, 2020 in the Maromizaha forest and learn how to get involved! Lemurs are an iconic image for Madagascar helping make our country the most biodiverse place in the world so it is important to protect them.Lemurs Portal is a project that has been working on a database that is available to the public and has made huge strides in lemur research, conservation and decision making. We created this event Bioblitz to give everyday citizens the opportunity to contribute to lemur conservation scientifically. It is a lot easier than you think it is! All that is required is for you to go to the forest with us and then learn about cataloging and describing lemurs.If you want to apply, please follow the link below and fill in the application form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd0Pt4e9Fk0Rj33ETzO-SMW0u_C9fXtcxqMQHjaoPvOfACbYw/viewform The deadline is March 19, 2020 at 12 pm Who doesn’t want to spend a couple days in a beautiful forest?