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  • Education Programs for the Schools Children and General Public.

    Education programmers’ targeting the schools in the close proximity to the Southern Purple-faced Leaf Monkey ranges is being conducted highlighting its importance and its endemism. Encouragement to plant and protect their feeding plants and foliage is being done while its contribution to seed dispersion and pollination is also highlighted to the community.  Five such education programs have been conducted in the last five months.

  • Rescue and Rehabilitation.

    Purple-faced Leaf Monkeys that are injured, babies that have been abandoned by their parents are treated and rehabilitated before being released to their natural habitats; Once released they are monitored in the habitat for at least 3 months. Eight such cases have been attended to during the year.

  • Habitats Restoration Program.

    From the research data that have been collected up to now the identified fodder pants are now being planted in the Hiyare nursery for distribution. Over 1000 such plants have been planted with the assistance of the community. It is expected to minimize the human monkey conflict this way.  

 





Rescue and treatments for Purple-faced leaf Monkey.



Rescue and feeding for Purple-faced leaf Monkey Juvenile.



Rescue and treatments for Purple-faced leaf Monkey.



Rescue and treatments for Purple-faced leaf Monkey.



Rescue and treatments for Purple-faced leaf Monkey.



Rescue and treatments for



Rescue and treatments for Purple-faced leaf Monkey.



Rescue and Feeding for Juvenile Purple-faced leaf Monkey.



Rescue and Treatment for Purple-faced leaf Monkey.



Rescue and Treatments for Purple-faced leaf Monkey.



Rescue and treatments for Purple-faced leaf Monkey.