Native to Southeast Asia, the long-tailed macaque is a flexible and adaptable species particularly threatened by trade. As an international collaborative charity, we work towards capacity building to promote its survival and preserve its ecological and cultural roles.
Following the IUCN Red List 2022 Assessment, the synanthropic and ecological contributions of the long-tailed macaque and its subspecies make their management and protection key for human, animal, and environmental health.
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We are always looking for new collaborations across the globe with primatologists, research organizations, sanctuaries, enthusiastic volunteers, and more! Please reach out to us if you are interested in joining the project.
We aim to conduct population surveys and explore human-macaque interfaces across South and Southeast Asia. We are a registered charity and your generous gift will help fund our upcoming studies.
Our project team consists of individuals from all corners of the globe. We share a common passion for the conservation of the long-tailed macaque and their habitats.