Ring-tailed Lemur
Ring-tailed Lemur
  • Animal Advocate - $25 Donation
    • Personalized certificate of adoption (animal photo not included)
    • Acknowledgement letter
    • To/from card
    • Free shipping (some restrictions may apply)
    • Full charitable tax receipt for donor

  • Conservation Crew - $50 Donation
    • Personalized certificate of adoption (featuring colour photo of adopted animal)
    • Acknowledgement letter
    • Animal fact sheet
    • To/from card
    • FREE shipping (some restrictions may apply)
    • Full charitable tax receipt for donor

  • Species Ambassador - $100 Donation
    • Personalized certificate of adoption (featuring colour photo of adopted animal)
    • Acknowledgement letter
    • Animal fact sheet
    • Recipients name displayed as a Species Ambassador on our website for one year
    • Pack of collectible Wildlife Cards (5 cards total)
    • To/from card
    • FREE shipping (some restrictions may apply)
    • Full charitable tax receipt for donor

  1. Our Adopt Packages start at $25.00. If you would like to make a one time donation, please visit https://www.wildlifeconservancy.ca/donate
  2. If you are giving this as a gift - please select the "In Honour" option on the form and select that you would like us to send a physical card/package on your behalf. This will prompt you to include all of the recipient’s information so that we can mail out the Adopt package.
  3. If this is a gift for you - please let us know by adding a note in the private message box stating that this is a gift for you.
  4. Please note that we do not ship outside of Canada and the United States of America (shipping rates will apply).
  5. Expected delivery time is 5-7 Business days.

The ring-tailed lemur is known for the alternating black and white rings on its long furry tail, which is longer than its entire body. Ring-tailed lemurs can only be found in Madagascar, where they prefer to spend their time in gallery forests (forest along riverbanks). Sadly, ring-tailed lemurs are an endangered species, according to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Populations in the wild are significantly impacted by habitat loss and hunting.

IUCN STATUS:
IUCN status: endangered

Adoption Form

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