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Children of the Forest

Another film posted by James Jefferies, made while he and Erin Ranney were filming in Phana. This film gives a close-up view of the interactions between monkeys and humans in Phana. Unlike the relationship between these two sets of primates … Continue reading

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Identifying High-Ranking Female Macaques

Eliana Zuckerman and Hannah Rodgers, students at Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, came to Phana¬†to carry out their “winter term project”. They were ‘looking for a way to learn about primate behavior and contribute to environmental education’. After spending a little … Continue reading

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Educational Video Shorts 1: Grooming

While Erin and James were in Phana at the end of last year, they produced three short educational videos for us: Grooming, Feeding, and Infant Care. We put two sound tracks to each one, English and Thai. Here are the … Continue reading

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Butterfly Spotting and Identification in Don Chao Poo Forest, Phana

Butterfly Spotting and Identification in Don Chao Poo Forest, Phana By Helen Ford Introduction The forest here is full of biodiversity. You have the macaques, monitor lizards, birds of prey, ground squirrels and an abundance of different insects. My focus … Continue reading

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Feeding Monkeys in the Forest

New video produced by Phana Macaque Project This is the English-language version of a video we have produced. The target audience of the Thai-language version is Phana school students. We hope that they will gain a greater understanding of the … Continue reading

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Activity in the Forest: Page update

Why do these five monkeys appear on the recently updated page ACTIVITY in the FOREST? Visit the page to find out.  

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2013–The Year in Pictures–and a few words

As 2013 draws to a close, the Phana Macaque Project (aka Phana Monkey Project) looks back at the researchers and volunteers who have made this a wonderfully productive year for us. After the first four volunteer researchers helped us to … Continue reading

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