ISSN 2054-2070

Journal of the MSc Primate Conservation

Canopy is an in-house publication with contributions from staff, students and visiting speakers about their research. The aim of Canopy is to provide the wider primatology and conservation community with a representation of current and past works undertaken by MSc students and acts as a medium for communication between past and present students, those working in primatology, and those with a general interest in the topics covered in these issues.

Current issue

Volume 23, Issue 1, Winter 2022

Front cover of current issue

This Canopy issue is a special issue on primate studies in captivity, and the specific topics covered in this issue are:

  • The effects of various enrichment methods on the engagement and inter-group behaviour of captive chacma baboons
  • Enclosure use and behaviour of a pair of captive Colombian black spider monkeys: Does visitor presence matter?
  • Role of vocalisation and impact of auditory enrichment for captive gibbons
  • Does primate personality affect enrichment engagement and behaviour in L’Hoest’s monkeys?
  • How BIAZA accredited zoos shape people’s perception of primates on Facebook: The pros and cons of post popularity
  • Interview with Elizabeth Jennings – working with primates in captivity

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Past issues