PASA members have collaborated with scientists around the world to investigate questions about primates that are difficult to answer in the wild.
We stand unequivocally on the side of wildlife conservation.
Get a glimpse of how PASA members use enrichment to improve the quality of life for the primates in their care.
A second career in anthropology made all the difference for PASA.
Sitting alone, I look longingly out the window as I the first sunny days of Spring slip by while I’m stuck indoors. In Oregon we have been ordered to stay home to decrease the spread of COVID-19. Already, I find myself wondering when life will return to some semblancy of normal…
Ape Action Africa successfully releases an adult lowland gorilla back to the wild.
March is Women’s History Month, and Pan African Sanctuary Alliance is fortunate to have so many women leaders …
Torn from their mothers, pet primates are deprived of the natural life they deserve.
The Harvard primatologist and long-time PASA board member believes wildlife centers have a crucial role to play in the protection of endangered primates.