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Paazab

The African Association of Zoos and Aquaria (PAAZAB) was formed in 1989 at the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa as an organization aimed at representing the interests of bona fide zoos and aquaria on the African continent. PAAZAB currently represents a total of 70 institutional, affiliate and associate members in 12 African countries.

The association upholds modern zoo best practice in the provision of supportive environments for the animals, personnel and public; active involvement in the maintenance of biodiversity; management for the wider benefit of the community and the provision of education opportunities for learning about animals and their environments.

Pacific Primate Sanctuary

Where the suffering stops and the healing begins.

Pasa

PASA was formed in 2000 to unite the primate sanctuaries and define mutual areas of interest and to work together and find solutions to common problems, working for the protection of wildlife. They collectively care for over 670 chimpanzees, 80 gorillas, 40 bonobos, 200 drills, baboons and other endangered primates.

People For Animals

An organisation which maintains animal hospitals, ambulances and refuges all over India for domestic animals. The wildlife wing of PFA, Save Our Wildlife (SoWL), runs a 24 hour service for rescue and rehabilitation of urban wildlife.

Peta

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and its affiliates are dedicated to the protection of animals worldwide.

Pieter Dickinson Zoo News

Pieter Dickinson Worldwide Zoo News

Primarily Primates

Primarily Primates, Incorporated is a non-profit sanctuary in Bexar County, Texas that operates to house, protect, and rehabilitate various non-native animals. The private refuge currently houses several hundred nonhuman animals, and, as the name implies, focuses primarily on caring for apes and monkeys. Many are cast-offs from the pet trade and biomedical research institutions. Individuals who have been accepted into the refuge include chimpanzees once used in space training and testing protocols by the United States Air Force and Oliver, a chimpanzee once paraded on television shows as the "humanzee" due to a habit of walking upright.

Primarily Primates was founded in 1978. Its current board, structured in 2007 under an agreement with the Attorney General of the State of Texas, includes a long-time sanctuary facilitator with extensive primate experience, and the president of the animal-advocacy group Friends of Animals.

Primarily Primates (ppi)

Primarily Primates, Incorporated is a non-profit sanctuary in Bexar County, Texas that operates to house, protect, and rehabilitate various non-native animals. The private refuge currently houses several hundred nonhuman animals, and, as the name implies, focuses primarily on caring for apes and monkeys. Many are cast-offs from the pet trade and biomedical research institutions. Individuals who have been accepted into the refuge include chimpanzees once used in space training and testing protocols by the United States Air Force and Oliver, a chimpanzee once paraded on television shows as the "humanzee" due to a habit of walking upright.

Primarily Primates was founded in 1978. Its current board, structured in 2007 under an agreement with the Attorney General of the State of Texas, includes a long-time sanctuary facilitator with extensive primate experience, and the president of the animal-advocacy group Friends of Animals.

Primate Conservation International

Primate Conservation, Inc. (PCI), is an all-volunteer, nonprofit 501(c)(3) private foundation dedicated to studying, preserving, and maintaining the habitats of the least-known and most endangered primates in the world. One-third of all primates (123 species) are endangered or critically endangered. The tropical forests where most primates live are disappearing at an alarming rate, and poaching is a major problem for most of these species.

Jane Goodall and many others who have done field studies of primates in their natural habitat have shown that dedicated individuals are one of the keys to successful conservation. PCI provides grants to support the next generation of researchers and conservationists in the field. These grantees research the needs of species and focus the attention of local people and the world on those needs.

Primate Conservation, Inc.

Primate Conservation, Inc., (PCI) is an all volunteer not for profit foundation [501(c)(3)] dedicated to studying,  preserving and maintaining the habitats of the least known and most endangered primates in the world. Over 100 species, approaching half of all primates, are threatened or endangered.

Primate Info Net

Primate Info Net (PIN) is maintained by Lawrence Jacobsen Library staff at the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center (WNPRC), University of Wisconsin-Madison. Jacobsen Library programs are and have been supported by grant numbers RR000167 and RR015311, National Primate Research Centers Program, Office of Research Infrastructure Programs and previously the National Center for Research Resources, the National Institutes of Health.

Primate Rehabilitation And Conservation Farm

Bambelela is a privately owned and operated wildlife rehabilitation and conservation farm in the Waterberg district. It is well known and especially well regarded for its exceptional work with Vervet monkeys. Bambelela offers a volunteer programme and Field Guide Assosiation of Southern Africa [FGASA] based courses for theory and practical studies.

Bambelela also has three 4-star [accredited by TGCSA] exquisite self-catering chalets available for rental, which provide guests with the opportunity for a wonderful luxury experience in the heart of the rugged bushveld. The special privilege is to share the environment with the free living Vervet Monkeys which have been rehabilitated here. You will also have the opportunity to watch other wild animals such as various antelopes, zebras, warthogs, porcupines and many different bird species which are attracted to the Groot Nylsoog River and its marsh passing through Bambelela.

Our guests can join us at Nappy Hour and play with some of the orphans in our kindergarten.
Day Visitors are welcome to book our 2h guided wildlife tour to gain knowledge about the fauna & flora of this region, our work and meet the animals in our care with great and close up photo opportunities.

With your visit you will directly support our wildlife care.

We look forward to welcoming you, soon

Primate Taxonomy And Characteristics

The Taxonomy and General Characteristics of Prosimians, Monkeys, Apes, and Humans

Primates: These Guys Need Your Help

These vervets and baboons desperately need your help.

Project Titi

Proyecto Tití is a multi-disciplinary in situ conservation program that combines field research, education initiatives and community programs to make the conservation of natural resources economically feasible for local communities in Colombia. The program is designed to provide useful information to assist in the long-term preservation of the cotton-top tamarin and to develop local community advocates to promote conservation efforts in Colombia.

Proyecto Titi

Cotton-top tamarins are an endangered species of primate found only in the tropical forests of Colombia. Weighing about 1 pound, this tiny monkey needs our help in order to survive. Proyecto Tití is a conservation program that works to study cotton-top tamarins in their tropical forest habitat as well as educating local communities about the need to protect the biodiversity of Colombia. But, to make conservation economically feasible for many local communities, we have developed some innovative strategies to empower local people to get involved and benefit from conservation activities. You too, can help to support the conservation of cotton-top tamarins by learning more about this amazing animal and contributing to our program.

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