2012 was a fantastic and very busy year at REGUA! To read Nicholas and Raquel’s account of all the exciting developments, click here.
The last REGUA newsletter of 2010 is now available online to download. In this issue Nicholas Locke gives the latest news on all areas of the REGUA project and looks ahead to 2011. Click here to download it.
Our project manager Nicholas Locke, has recently returned from a trip to the remote Caratinga Biological Station located in the Reserva Particular do Patrimônio Natural – Feliciano Miguel Abdala (RPPN-FMA) in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. The reserve is run by Preserve-Muriqui – a charity dedicated to protecting the critically endangered Woolly Spider Monkey or Northern Muriqui Brachyteles hipoxanthus. The Muriqui is the largest endemic mammal in Brazil and one of the 25 most threatened primates in the world. It is estimated that only around 500 remain in the wild and about a third of these are found at RPPN-FMA. Preserve-Muriqui offer opportunities for researchers and volunteers. For more information go to the Preserve-Muriqui website. To read more about Nicholas’ visit see the March 2009 newsletter.
The latest newsletter is now available. Nicholas Locke, our project manager, reports on the very latest developments across all areas of the REGUA project, including: school visits, the Young Rangers programme, Agenda 21, tree planting, reintroduction and tourism. Click here to download it.
The December 2008 newsletter is now available. In this issue, project managers Nicholas and Raquel Locke, report on their time at the BirdLife International World Conservation Conference in Buenos Aires last September, as well as the latest on protection, restoration, reintroduction, education, research and tourism. Click here to read it.