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The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA) is the largest association of wildlife centers in Africa. Our 23 member organizations in 13 countries secure a future for Africa’s primates and their habitat.

The combination of PASA’s global network and our members’ local expertise uniquely positions the Alliance to protect chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, and monkeys from extinction.

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Come join Lola Ya Bonobo and Wildlife Conservation Network at the 2019 Wildlife Conservation Expo!
 
Wildlife is in crisis. Animals around the world are threatened by habitat destruction, poaching, and trafficking incidents. 
 
If you want to make a difference for wildlife, now is your chance to join Lola in San Francisco on October 12th to hear from conservationists, like Dr. Jane Goodall (the Jane Goodall Institute), who are dedicating their lives to protecting endangered wildlife. 
 
Lola would love to meet you! Stop by their booth to dive deeper into your love for bonobos and conservation in the Congo. It’s an event you won’t want to miss!
 
Visit http://bit.ly/30j2ail to get your ticket and learn more.

Come join Lola Ya Bonobo and Wildlife Conservation Network at the 2019 Wildlife Conservation Expo!

Wildlife is in crisis. Animals around the world are threatened by habitat destruction, poaching, and trafficking incidents.

If you want to make a difference for wildlife, now is your chance to join Lola in San Francisco on October 12th to hear from conservationists, like Dr. Jane Goodall (the Jane Goodall Institute), who are dedicating their lives to protecting endangered wildlife.

Lola would love to meet you! Stop by their booth to dive deeper into your love for bonobos and conservation in the Congo. It’s an event you won’t want to miss!

Visit bit.ly/30j2ail to get your ticket and learn more.
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Every primate deserves to grow up surrounded by love and family!

Donations to PASA help us fight the bushmeat and illicit pet trades responsible for ripping hundreds of animals from their homes. Your support makes all this work possible! Help save a life today: https://pasa.org/donate/

Every primate deserves to grow up surrounded by love and family!

Donations to PASA help us fight the bushmeat and illicit pet trades responsible for ripping hundreds of animals from their homes. Your support makes all this work possible! Help save a life today: pasa.org/donate/
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PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance

Meet the 17 Owl faced monkeys and their new habitat at Lwiro Primates! This new habitat will hopefully be only a stopover until they are all released back into the wild.

Great video!

Lwiro Primates
Lwiro is home for 17 Owl faced monkeys (C. hamlyni); all of them victims of poaching and bushmeat. Thanks to Australasian Society of Zoo Keeping in collaboration with SOS Primates we just inaugarated a new habitat for this endangered specie! Mululu, Lomami, Pangui, Mapimo, Tuline and Katuzi, are the first six inhabitants of this new "small forest". The integration of the group will be completed in four phases. We were all so happy to see them in this new enclosure which provides a proper enviroment for their rehabilitation. Hoping that their next home will be the wild, into the forest were they belong. Thanks again to Australasian Society of Zoo Keeping for making this possible. #notwithoutyou #ASZK #SOSPrimates #Lwiro_Primates #savinglives #providinghope #rehabilitation #stoppoaching #primatesarenotpets #conservation #DRC #endangered
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Come join Lola Ya Bonobo and Wildlife Conservation Network at the 2019 Wildlife Conservation Expo!
 
Wildlife is in crisis. Animals around the world are threatened by habitat destruction, poaching, and trafficking incidents. 
 
If you want to make a difference for wildlife, now is your chance to join Lola in San Francisco on October 12th to hear from conservationists, like Dr. Jane Goodall (the Jane Goodall Institute), who are dedicating their lives to protecting endangered wildlife. 
 
Lola would love to meet you! Stop by their booth to dive deeper into your love for bonobos and conservation in the Congo. It’s an event you won’t want to miss!
 
Visit http://bit.ly/30j2ail to get your ticket and learn more.

Come join Lola Ya Bonobo and Wildlife Conservation Network at the 2019 Wildlife Conservation Expo!

Wildlife is in crisis. Animals around the world are threatened by habitat destruction, poaching, and trafficking incidents.

If you want to make a difference for wildlife, now is your chance to join Lola in San Francisco on October 12th to hear from conservationists, like Dr. Jane Goodall (the Jane Goodall Institute), who are dedicating their lives to protecting endangered wildlife.

Lola would love to meet you! Stop by their booth to dive deeper into your love for bonobos and conservation in the Congo. It’s an event you won’t want to miss!

Visit bit.ly/30j2ail to get your ticket and learn more.
... See MoreSee Less

Every primate deserves to grow up surrounded by love and family!

Donations to PASA help us fight the bushmeat and illicit pet trades responsible for ripping hundreds of animals from their homes. Your support makes all this work possible! Help save a life today: https://pasa.org/donate/

Every primate deserves to grow up surrounded by love and family!

Donations to PASA help us fight the bushmeat and illicit pet trades responsible for ripping hundreds of animals from their homes. Your support makes all this work possible! Help save a life today: pasa.org/donate/
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Help animal please

3 days ago

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance

Meet the 17 Owl faced monkeys and their new habitat at Lwiro Primates! This new habitat will hopefully be only a stopover until they are all released back into the wild.

Great video!

Lwiro Primates
Lwiro is home for 17 Owl faced monkeys (C. hamlyni); all of them victims of poaching and bushmeat. Thanks to Australasian Society of Zoo Keeping in collaboration with SOS Primates we just inaugarated a new habitat for this endangered specie! Mululu, Lomami, Pangui, Mapimo, Tuline and Katuzi, are the first six inhabitants of this new "small forest". The integration of the group will be completed in four phases. We were all so happy to see them in this new enclosure which provides a proper enviroment for their rehabilitation. Hoping that their next home will be the wild, into the forest were they belong. Thanks again to Australasian Society of Zoo Keeping for making this possible. #notwithoutyou #ASZK #SOSPrimates #Lwiro_Primates #savinglives #providinghope #rehabilitation #stoppoaching #primatesarenotpets #conservation #DRC #endangered
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