The Countdown to World Lemur Day 2023 has Begun!
Lemurs are the world’s most endangered mammals, with a staggering 98% of them facing extinction. Shockingly, 31% of lemurs are critically endangered, meaning there’s a 50% chance that they will vanish within a decade unless we act.
Join us for the World Lemur Festival on Saturday the 28th of October, and Sunday the 29th of October, to celebrate these unique creatures, raise awareness, and make a difference.
The Urgency of Lemur Conservation
Lemurs, native to Madagascar, play a vital role in maintaining their ecosystem’s balance. But habitat loss, climate change, and illegal wildlife trade threaten their survival. It’s time to take action!
What to Expect at the World Lemur Festival
- Lemur-Themed Activities: Enjoy interactive and fun activities for all ages, from colouring to crafts.
- Inspiring Stories: Join us in our Safari Marquee for some delightful storytelling sessions.
- Educational Displays: Explore the significance of lemur conservation and their role in Madagascar’s biodiversity.
- Games: Test your lemur-like abilities with our fun games.
Supporting Conservation with Feedback Madagascar
Our conservation partner, Feedback Madagascar, will be on-site to share their work and sell handmade Madagascan products, supporting lemur conservation.
Win Great Prizes
You could be in with a chance to get your hands on some bespoke artwork by Arla Kean, a mini experience with our lemur keepers, and other lemur-themed goodies.
Don’t miss this opportunity to make a meaningful impact. Let’s make World Lemur Day 2023 unforgettable!