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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. But together with communities in Madagascar and lemur fans around the world, we can help.

The Lemur Conservation Network (LCN) unites and supports over 60 conservation organizations and connects them with people around the world. We create spaces for inspiration, education, empowerment, and collaboration for the lemur conservation community, Malagasy people, and lemur fans. 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
Credits: T. Steffens

Our Member Organizations

Our network includes over 60 conservation organizations, research groups, and zoos that are working to save lemurs from extinction.

The author Lynne Venart on her first trip to Madagascar in 2012. Photo taken by Christine Venart in Ankarafantsika National Park.

How You Can Help

Find out how you can help lemurs by donating, volunteering, traveling to Madagascar, making sustainable choices at home, and switching your search engine!


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.