Give us 5!

Give us 5!

Our growing GIVE us 5!-community is proving that small monthly donations amount to big projects. With a broader financial support system, projects such as the succesful red howler monkey and woolly monkey release, will become more frequent and easier to finance.

It can be daunting to think of the conservation issues we face as a planet. But if we have learned one thing at Merazonia, it is that one individual can make a difference. And that many individuals united can bring change. Becoming part of our GIVE US 5!-community will help us fix a broken cage, buy the baby formula for a new neonate monkey, and so on! $5 might not seem like a lot, but if we all stick together, it starts adding up, and it will make Merazonia stronger, better, fitter, happier, healthier, fatter, greener, sexier, furrier, in short: on top of the world! Join us!

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Over the past years we have had great results and rehabilitated and released many animals combining passion and professionality. The list of successful rehabilitations now include groundbreaking projects such as the red howler monkeys and woolly monkeys (2018) releases, but also a blue-headed parrot release. Over the years we released several groups of tamarin monkeys (4 groups), three and two toed sloths (around 120), kinkajous (23), a Neotropical otter (see documentary), several felines (margay, ocelots and oncillas), agoutis, anteaters, armadillos, boas and coatis.

Rehabilitation programs

We will continue to responsibly rehabilitate and release animals. We never know what tomorrow brings and sometimes we suddenly have to focus our time and energy on a new arrival, especially if it has a good prospect of being released and time is of the essence. Nonetheless, we achieved two long term goals in 2018: the release of a group of woolly and red howler monkeys. Rehabilitation of social and intelligent animals such as primates, take a lot of investigation, observation and money and we could not have done this without the support of many donors and volunteers!

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