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We believe that lemurs can be saved from extinction if we all work together.

Lemurs are the world’s most endangered group of mammals. In fact, 98% of lemur species are at risk of extinction and 31% are critically endangered. But together with communities in Madagascar and lemur fans around the world, we can help.

The Lemur Conservation Network (LCN) unites over 60 conservation organizations and connects them with people around the world. We support this network through communications, education, and the empowerment of Malagasy organizations and individuals. Members of our network all work closely with local communities in Madagascar. We are all in this together!

Coquerel's Sifaka. Photo: Lynne Venart.

Learn about Lemurs

Learn how lemurs are unique, discover interesting facts, and find out how endangered they are on the Red List. And, find teaching and professional resources from LCN and others.

Planet Madagascar team.
Photo: T. Steffens.

Our Members

Our network includes over 60 members. Browse conservation organizations by type of lemur. Learn about our business, zoo, and individual members. And, find Malagasy students and professional members for collaboration.

A group of five adult ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) relaxing in the grass. Photo by Mathias Appel.

Join the Network

Join as an individual, conservation organization, zoo, or business. Membership is free for conservation organizations, Malagasy students and professionals, and Bronze zoo members. Supporting Members financially support our outreach work.


Check out our blog to learn about lemur conservation, get updates from LCN members, read about being a scientist and working in Madagascar, and more.