Thank you for your interest in the Duke Lemur Center! Located on 80 acres in Durham, NC, the Duke Lemur Center is home to the largest and most diverse population of lemurs in the world outside their native Madagascar. Tours are available by appointment. If you wish to unsubscribe from this newsletter, a link is provided at the end of this issue.


To our current donors and newsletter recipients in the NC, VA, SC and DC areas:

Mission: Madagascar event postponed due to Hurricane Florence - LAST CALL for registration! 

NEW event date is Saturday, October 6th
Join us for a great evening at the Duke Lemur Center
Register by THIS Friday, September 28th!

REGISTER NOW for Mission: Madagascar

The event we worked so hard to plan was forced to be rescheduled due to Hurricane Florence. The good news is that we are on-track for a wonderful evening for our fall benefit on Saturday, October 6th!

Don't miss out on this fun event at the Duke Lemur Center! Our goal is to raise much-needed funding for our Madagascar Conservation Programs! With a gift of $125 (admission for one), a gift of $250 (admission for two), and other recognition levels - including a VIP reception for gifts of $1,000 or more - you will enjoy an evening under the stars with lemurs and lemur-lovers alike! You get a glimpse of areas like our veterinary lab and kitchen that you won't see on the public tour path or at our Lemurpalooza events! Explore more about the event and register through the links below.



Photos of an indri (above) and a diademed sifaka (below), courtesy of Laura Branan.

Speaking of

Check out some great Madagascar photos and a our latest blog story about Patrick Ross! Patrick is a work-study student in the Education Department (he was an amazing DLC tour guide) and a member of our research team! A senior at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, Patrick left this August to study abroad in Madagascar. He promised to send us regular photo updates and WOW, has he delivered on that promise!
If you have questions about contributing to our work now or planning a gift for the future, please contact Mary Paisley, Development Officer, at 919.401.7252. Thank you!
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