Proyecto Titi | Conserving Colombia's Wildlife
Proyecto Tití:
Conserving the
Cotton-top Tamarin
in Colombia
Cotton-top Tamarin
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Our Partners

Proyecto Titi, Inc. is our U.S. based non-profit organization that raises funds to help to support our conservation work in Colombia

Fundación Proyecto Titi is our Colombian based non-profit organization that manages our field and community education programs in Colombia

CARDIQUE (Corporación Autónoma Regional del Canal del Dique) is our Colombian partner that helps to facilitate our work in Colombia. We gratefully acknowledged their assistance over the many years and for their stated goals to protect wildlife and habitat in Colombia. (www.cardique.gov.co)

Hacienda El Ceibal graciously hosts our team to study the cotton-top tamarins on their privately owned forested area. We congratulate the owners of Hacienda El Ceibal for their continued commitment to wildlife conservation in Colombia.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom provides generous support and staff expertise in helping us to continue our efforts to conserve cotton-top tamarins in Colombia.

Zoologico de Barranquilla is our partner in various public awareness campaigns and urban education programs. They are true conservation leaders exemplified by their long-term commitment to the conservation of Colombia’s biodiversity and educating the public in this region. (www.zoobaq.org)

Wildlife Conservation Network is leading the way in helping to protect wildlife around the world. We are so grateful for their generosity and expertise in developing effective conservation campaigns. (www.wildnet.org)

Wellington Zoo is our newest partner supporting the efforts of the Proyecto Titi team.  We look forward to working together to conserve cotton-top tamarins in Colombia.  (www.wellingtonzoo.com)

We gratefully acknowledge the contributions of many organizations over the years:

AAZK Chapter of Greater Philadelphia, Agencia Presidencial de Cooperación Internacional de Colombia, Akron Zoological Society, Alma Park Zoo, American Society of Asociación Colombiana Primatologists, Asociación de Parques Zoológicos y Acuarios – Acopazoa, AZA Conservation Endowment Fund, Battersea Park Children’s Zoo, Brevard Zoo, Buffalo Zoological Society, CARDIQUE, CARSUCRE, Central Florida Zoological Park and Botanical Garden, Chesapeake Chapter of the American Association of Zookeepers (AAZK), Chicago Zoological Society, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, Conservation International, Cotton-top Tamarin SSP, CRA, Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Animal Programs, Disney’s Latinoamerica, Disney’s Online Studios, East Bay Zoological Society, El Paso Zoo, Elmwood Park Zoo, Fossil Rim Wildlife Center, Friends of Paradise Wildlife Park, Fundación Botánica y Zoológica de Barranquilla, Furuviksparken, Hogle Zoo, INDERENA, Institute for Museum Services, International Primatological Society, IUCN Small Grants for the Conservation of Nature, John Ball Zoo Society, Margot Marsh Conservation Fund, Ministerio de Ambiente y Desarrollo Sostenible de la República de Colombia, Minnesota Zoo Conservation Fund, Missouri Botanical Garden, Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund, National Geographic Research and Exploration, National Science Foundation, Oakland Zoo, Parc Zoologique de La Barben, Parken Zoo, Phoenix Zoo, Pittsburgh Zoo, Redken Laboratories Inc., Rhode Island Zoological Society, Roger Williams Park Zoo, Safari West, Salisbury Zoological Park, Sea World & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund, South Lakes Wild Animal Park, The Wilds, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Universidad del Norte, University of Wisconsin, USAID, Wellington Zoo, Wildlife Conservation Network, Wildlife Protection Foundation, World Wildlife Fund, Zoo Beauval, Zoo Boise, Zoo de La Palmyre, Zooland Park, ZooParc de Beauval, Zoologico de Barranquilla.