IUCN Conservation Status:
Seeing this Species
These are the lemurs one probably imagines when dreaming of Madagascar. Though so familar aesethically, there sound: a catlike meeeeeeeew, will certainly surprise you. The
Anza Reserve Villageoise, Madagascar--Not far from the relatively large, regional hub of Ambalavao, Anza is a straightforward trip from Ranomafana. The reserve sits in a small, remnant forest nestled between a sudden explosion of granite in the midst of the Malagasy highlands. The landscape looks like a misplaced Yosemite. The lemurs are everywhere and visible, tucked into caves, leaping between rocks, feeding in the bushes, sunning on the tops and cuddled up grooming on softer spots.
Probability of Success: ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◇
Berenty-- See page on Verraux's Sifaka
Page Last Updated: 22 February 2014