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2011

AUGUST 2011: DLC annual report, becoming a volunteer tour guide, the Lemur Center’s threefold mission (Research, Conservation, Education), ruffed lemur Amor, trip to Madagascar, scent research in ring-tails and sifakas, and work with Madagascar Fauna Group

NOVEMBER 2011: Strategic planning, teacher training in Madagascar, new Director of the Division of Fossil Primates, addition of Research Coordinator to DLC staff, tribute to crowned lemur Meritaten

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2010

MARCH 2010: How lemurs got to Madagascar, government instability in Madagascar, training program for mothers and infants, veterinary reference books transported to Madagascar, birth season and infants’ birth weights, fossil specimens “a resource for researchers”

MARCH 2010

Partial Index of Topics

Research: dwarf lemurs and hibernation (SEPT 2012, SEPT 2013, MAR 2015), online data (OCT 2014, JAN 2013), genome sequences show how lemurs fight infection (JULY 2014), 3D digital imaging of fossils (FEB 2014, OCT 2015), mouse lemurs (SEPT 2012, JAN 2013), Duke Initiative for Non-invasive Neural imaging (DINiNi, JUNE 2013 and SEPT 2013), training for research (JAN 2013), scent/scent marking (AUG 2011), color vision (MARCH 2016), part of DLC’s threefold mission (AUG 2011), addition of Research Coordinator to DLC staff (NOV 2011), Charlie Nunn/spread of infectious disease (JUNE 2013), hormones (MARCH 2012, OCT 2015), how lemurs reached Madagascar (MARCH 2010), aye-ayes (WINTER 2017)

Infants: birth season (MARCH 2010, MARCH 2012, JUNE 2013, JULY 2014), baby weights (MARCH 2010, SEPT 2013), sifaka birth (JAN 2013), how infants are named (JULY 2014), breeding (SEPT 2013), training program for voluntary infant removal (MARCH 2010), teaching captive aye-ayes how to breed (WINTER 2017), Angelique the aye-aye (WINTER 2017)

Species: aye-ayes (WINTER 2017, JUNE 2013), blue-eyed black lemurs (FEB 2014), ruffed lemurs (AUG 2011, SEPT 2013, MARCH 2016), mouse lemurs (SEPT 2012, JAN 2013, JUNE 2013), fat-tailed dwarf lemurs (MARCH 2015, JAN 2013), sifaka (MARCH 2010, AUG 2011, JAN 2013, MARCH 2015), red-bellied lemurs (MARCH 2015), ring-tails (AUG 2011, OCT 2015), diademed sifaka (MARCH 2012), crowned lemurs (NOV 2011)

Conservation: rosewood (MARCH 2010, JAN 2013), SAVA (NOV 2011, SEPT 2012, SEPT 2013), 15 years later (SEPT 2013), trips to Madagascar (AUG 2011, MARCH 2012, JAN 2013, JUNE 2013, FEB 2014), Malagasy colleagues (NOV 2011, OCT 2015), donations (JULY 2014), Madagascar Fauna Group (NOV 2011), government (MARCH 2010, FEB 2014), lemurs named most threatened mammals on earth (SEPT 2012), aye-ayes imported from Madagascar (WINTER 2017)

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