We recommend these Web sites for those interested in the subjects shown on the program. All links are valid as of August 16, 2001.
Fact sheets and links from the Rolling Hills Wildlife Refuge near Salina, KS.
Lemur Home Page
Lemur sights and sounds, including a “lemur chorus,” are the main features of this page.
Duke University Primate Center
Extensive information on lemur conservation efforts and extensive links.
Information on Madagascar conservation efforts from Conservation International.
A Jewel in the Crowd
This site from Adrian Warren, producer and cinematographer of A LEMUR’S TALE, features a section on the making of the film and a photo gallery of the ring-tailed and other lemurs.
Photo Essay: Madagascar Biodiversity and Conservation
179 stunning and informative photographs from David R. Parks.
The Madagascar Fauna Group
A Lemur gallery and Madagascar conservation information from this consortium of zoological parks.
Information on a project to return Ruffed Lemurs to the wild.
For those interested in learning more about the subjects shown in A LEMUR’S TALE, we recommend the following print articles and books.
Lasky, Kathryn and Christopher Knight. SHADOWS IN THE DAWN: THE LEMURS OF MADAGASCAR. New York: Gulliver Books, 1998.
Mittermeier, Russell A., and Ian Tattersall, et al. LEMURS OF MADAGASCAR FIELD GUIDE. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1995.
Powzyk, Joyce Ann. IN SEARCH OF LEMURS: MY DAYS AND NIGHTS IN A MADAGASCAR RAIN FOREST. Washington, DC: National Geographic Books, 1998.
Russell, Robert Jay. THE LEMUR’S LEGACY, THE EVOLUTION OF POWER, SEX, AND LOVE. New York: Putnam Books, 1993.
Tattersall, Ian. PRIMATES — LEMURS, MONKEYS, AND YOU. New York: Millbrook Press, 1995.
Wolfe, Art and Russell A. Mittermeier. PRIMATES: THE AMAZING WORLD OF LEMURS, MONKEYS AND APES. New York: Chronicle Books, 1997.