mountain marmosets conservation program

surveys

Surveys are a critical part of the conservation program, the data collected is an essential part of the decision making process for prioritizing conservation actions. Surveys are often in rural habitat with a significant level of interaction with local communities. Local community awareness and involvement is key to expanding the strength and effectiveness of the conservation program.

Surveys identify the distribution of pure Buffy tufted-ear and Buffy headed marmosets, they also identify family groups that are in high risk situations with invasive or hybrid marmosets in close proximity...