The Mountain Marmoset Conservation Program/Programa de Conservação dos Saguis-da-serra is part of PREA NGO and works with specific focus on species conservation.
The Program is focused on the conservation of two endangered marmosets found in the mountainous areas of South-eastern Atlantic Rainforest, Brazil; the Buffy headed marmoset (Callithrix flaviceps) and the Buffy tufted-ear marmoset (Callithrix aurita) and adopts its own Brazilian and International logo and maintains a program specific website to assist with public and stakeholder recognition and engagement with the mission to conserve two very special and endangered marmoset species.
In the wild, both species face similar threats and although there were concerns highlighted about the species conservation status's more than 30 years ago, it was only more recently that these two species have become a conservation priority.
To restore the biodiversity of the Atlantic Rainforest
by conserving endemic primate species
To conserve viable populations of Callithrix aurita and Callithrix flaviceps in their naturally occurring area, for the prosperity of the environment and
present and future generations
Surveys, conservation breeding, environmental education and community engagement initiatives
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GET INVOLVED WITH THE MMCP
There are many ways to support the Mountain Marmosets Conservation Program and you don't have to live in Brazil to help...
ABOUT THE MMCP
Find out how the MMCP became established and a few of our milestones and achievements...
MMCP TEAM & PARTNERS
This collaborative conservation program is led by Dr. Rodrigo Salles de Carvalho. There are many institutions and individuals from many disciplines who are involved with saving these two species from extinction
MMCP CONSERVATION STRATEGIES
We are committed to researching and progressing conservation actions to conserve two important and endangered primate species