From Madagascar with love. Praying mantis.
Today my son Zeno found a beautiful Praying mantis on a shrub. He continued searching for new species and found 3 different […]
So tiny, yet so delicate
Many Reedfrogs live their adult lives on a Water Banana. During the day they hide in one of the axils of the […]
Zazamalala is planning to double the number Baobabs!
The Grandidier Baobab is the biggest and best known of the 6 baobabs of Madagascar. All baobabs in the famous Baobab Alley […]
From Madagascar with love, snake in bathroom
Living in a nature reserve provides wonderful opportunities to enjoy wild animals, but occasionally encounters are disturbing. When Jocelyne took a shower […]
From Madagascar with love: A lot of frogs
There are a lot of women and girls coming to Zazamalala to bring us frogs. It is the result of a flyer […]
Our Swamp-loving Trees
Zazamalala is a dry deciduous forest, but due to the presence of a few natural ponds, there is quite some variation in […]
From Madagascar with love: Iguanas
The iguanas are lizards from the New World, but Madagascar is once again an exception. On our island we find several iguana […]
From Madagascar with love; wading birds.
The Zazamalala area has always been the habitat of egrets and other wading birds. Due to the recent drought, most ponds and […]
Zazamalala zoekt vrijwilliger Social Media
Zazamalala is een herbebossingsproject in West-Madagaskar, in 2000 ontstaan uit bezorgdheid over de desastreuze ontbossing van dit Afrikaanse land. Inmiddels is er […]
Why do some plants have zigzag branches?
There are 3 rare plants with remarkable zigzag branches in the Zazamalala botanical garden. They are not related and belong to different […]
From Madagascar with Love – an update from our founder
After an 18-hour trip by taxi-brousse (Malagasy public transport) from Antananarivo, I arrived both exhausted and relieved at Zazamalala. We lost 2 […]
We built new latrines for 600 schoolchildren
There are more than 1000 children living in the surroundings of the Zazamalala forest that have no access to latrines or toilets […]