Download our simple-to-make Barbary macaque hand puppet, plus the instructions for making it, below.
Download our 2016 Annual Report below.
Download our new infographic on the damage caused by using Barbary macaques as photo props.
Download our infographic on the illegal pet trade (in French) below.
Download our infographic on the illegal pet trade below.
Download the Story of Teshta, in French, below.
Download our Barbary macaque infographic in French here.
Download our Barbary macaque infographic in English here.
Download poster below.
Download paper below.
In spring 2017, we will be in a position to begin designing and constructing an assessment centre for Barbary macaques confiscated from the illegal pet trade. We are looking for a volunteer available in the spring to plan and supervise construction of the indoor and outdoor enclosures. We will need to be as flexible as […]
We are thrilled with our new Barbary macaque masks, designed for us by Morena Reggaiolli. You can download the mask below if you’d like to use it for fun Barbary macaque education sessions! You can also find a female Barbary macaque mask here.
We are thrilled with our new Barbary macaque masks, designed for us by Morena Reggaiolli. You can download the mask below if you’d like to use it for fun Barbary macaque education sessions! You can also find a male Barbary macaque mask here.
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.
Click here to access our latest newsletter, including details about our participation in International Macaque Day and a wildlife trade workshop in Rabat.
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.
The Barbary macaque is North Africa’s only primate; threatened by tourism, animal trafficking, cannabis cultivation and hunting.Dr. Sian Waters was amazed to learn that this primate, so close to Europe, was unstudied and lacked any effort to conserve it. She has developed a highly effective conservation program built on gaining the trust and support of […]
Following on from this article published in the L’Observateur earlier this year we can report that we are collaborating with our regional and national partners at the Haut Commissariat des Eaux et Foret and hunting associations in the region to raise awareness among hunters regarding protected species particularly the Barbary macaque. We hope this action will avoid further illegal and cruel killings of macaques. We will bring you more news on our activities in the next few weeks.