News from the Phana Monkey Project

Some changes have been made recently to our web presence. Firstly, we have changed the name of our Facebook Page to Phana Monkey Project. You can find it HERE.

Two young French students from EMLYON (based in Lyons, France) recently spent two months with us in Phana. Here they are in the forest in front of the Chao Poo shrine:

At the shrine.JPG

And here they are at work in our study centre:

at work.JPG

They left us with many changes / additions that we are very grateful for. Here are five of them:

our new logo:

Phana Monkey Project Logo.jpg

New signage for our litter bins:

Bin signage.JPG

We have many bones and skulls of long-tailed macaques, including some complete skeletons, but this is the first standing exhibit, now taking pride of place in the study centre exhibition:

standing skeleton.JPG

Then there is a video, which we hope will get the “put litter in the bins” message across. See it on our youtube channel Watch now.

And finally, they set up a new website for us. It has lots of information about the Phana Monkey Project, about Phana and how to get here, the forest, the monkeys and lots more. It is active HERE. Please make a note of the address, too:

http://www.phanamonkeyproject.org

For all of which, and more, we are really grateful. Thank you, Denis and Victor!

 

About isantraveller

I have been in and around North-East Thailand for more years than I can recall. I now live here permanently. I have travelled in 32 countries on 3 continents (Europe, Asia, Africa) so I am a bit of a traveller.
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