Emas National Park, Goias, Brazil in 1996. -Leandro Baumgarten, 2009 Fellow


“Colophon” comes from the Greek word “κολοφων” or "kolophon," which means "summit" or "finishing touch." It is a description of the details and methods behind a publication and is often found on the last few pages of books.


This site utilizes @font-face tags to enable unique typography on the web. Titles and headers are set in DIN Condensed and Proxima Nova; the body text is set in Merriweather. 


All of the photos on this site were taken by Kinship Conservation Fellows.

Site Design and Development

Neoteric Design designed and developed this site in 2015. Neoteric partners with innovators, start-ups, universities, and not-for-profits to craft engaging websites and applications. Guided by lean startup principles and user-centered design, Neoteric Design takes a multidisciplinary approach to uncover how customers use and understand products and services.


Illustrator, Photoshop, and Atom Text Editor were used in the creation of this site. The site runs on Ruby on Rails and its content is maintained using a custom CMS from Neoteric Design. It is authored using HTML5, and complies with web standards as set by the W3C.