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The mampam website has been running for 25 years and aims to provide full details of projects at no charge. All out of print books and multimedia guides are provided here and full image archives are being developed for each project. This will complete the website's mission.



April 2012. Savannah Monitor Lizards now available as ebook 

December 2009. The Mampam Conservation Award for Cruelty to Reptiles, the Mampam Conservation Award for Mishandling and Abusing Reptiles and the Mampam Conservation Award for Disgraceful and Shameful Behaviour in Front of Impressionable Youth all go to Doctor Brady Barr of National Geographic. Congratulations to Doctor Brady Barr for his outstanding contributions in all these categories. Doctor Bardy Barr is invited to pick up his award, and hear his congratulatory speech, at a mutually convenient time and place. 

Savannah Monitor book. The price of this book will increase to $20 on 1st December 2009. 

1st September 2009 For sale: large collection of animal trapping equipment; camera traps, mist nets; sherman traps and more, email for list.

10th March 2008. A new range of sleeveless shirts available now!

22nd February 2008. The  Polillo Project Report - Wildlife and Conservation in the Polillo Islands is now online 

15th February 2008. The Polillo Butaan Project 2007 report is now online 

1st November 2007. The Bats of Madagascar - A field and echolocation guide is now online

25th October 2007.  Disclaimer re. Mario Lutz, herpaworld and the paradise reptile zoo 

Our new website was designed and made possible by Phil Black/VaranusWeb 



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William Oliver

William Oliver. Champion of biodiversity and its students. So many of us benefited from his advice and expertise. What a character. RIP.


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The Butaan Project
Videos from the Butaan Project
butanvideo1.jpgA small collection of videos made by the Butaan Project. It took us three years to get the first moving images of wild butaan. Some recordings are made using camcorders tied to trees and triggered by passive infrared monitors, others are made by volunteers from camouflaged hides.


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