The ex situ population is a potential future source to build up (long-term) populations for reintroduction in Madagascar.
• Conservation Education (in range)
by working together with AEECL (Lemur Conservation Association) in range and aims to research, protect, and restore the vital ecosystems of the species, by collaborating with local communities and authorities to establish a sustainable and biodiverse habitat for the future.
Providing financial support to in situ projects. All holders are encouraged to support the work of AEECL. This organisation is the only one focusing on blue-eyed black lemur conservation.
In October 2021 the Blue - eyed black lemur EEP had 24 animals in 10 institutions
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