The latest publication by BMAC staff is available to download below.
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We are very pleased that our work on reintroducing confiscated Barbary macaques has been featured in Global Re-introduction Perspectives from the IUCN. The case study explains the challenges facing Barbary macaques from the pet trade and the process of reintroducing infants to wild groups.
African Primates journal has just published results from our fieldwork on size and composition of our Barbary macaque study groups in Bouhachem forest. The group sizes are some of the largest documented for the species in Morocco.
A Note on the Effective Use of Social Media to Raise Awareness Against the Illegal Trade in Barbary Macaques
This brief communication, published in African Primates 8:67-68 (2013), explains Sian Waters’ and Ahmed El Harrad’s work on using social media to raise awareness against the illegal trade in Barbary macaques.
This poster, presented at the UFAW Animal Welfare Science Symposium in Barcelona in 2012, explains how the BMAC Dog Health Programme provides a benefit to people, their domestic animals and Barbary macaques.