Celebrate World Parrot Day with PASA!
This World Parrot Day, we are celebrating four of our amazing member sanctuaries that offer a second chance to rescued parrots!
What is an Endangered Species?
This article explains what it means to be “endangered” and explores how human activities can threaten species. It also highlights how Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA) member centers rescue, rehabilitate, and conserve endangered primates and their habitats.
Celebrate 23 Years of PASA in 2023
PASA turns 23! It’s 2023 and we’re asking you to help us celebrate our 23 member sanctuaries and our 23 years of protecting primates. To mark this day, we are launching our Primates Forever Campaign to ensure magnificent great apes and monkeys remain wild and protected.
Viruses in Sanctuary Chimpanzees Across Africa
New research finds that sanctuary chimpanzees are infected with viruses previously found in wild chimpanzees. Additionally, it suggests that, like in the wild, sanctuaries experience reverse zoonotic respiratory virus transmission.
Women in Conservation: Two Wildlife Heroes in West Africa
This International Women’s Day, celebrate the dedication and achievements of two women working to protect wildlife and inspire the next generation in West Africa.
Rewilding Bonobos: 14 Bonobos Return to the Wild
After years of planning and preparation, 14 bonobos are back where they belong in the lush rainforest of equatorial Africa!
Social Media and Wildlife Trafficking
Social media enables a cycle of cruelty and suffering for primates and other wildlife. But you can help protect animals.
Wildlife Policy Overview: What is CITES and how does it help primates?
CITES, an international trade agreement, has a big impact on PASA members’ work. Here’s how it shapes wildlife policy and sanctuary practice.
Wildlife Crime Won’t Stop Him
Héritier Mpo helps PASA members in DRC rescue apes and monkeys. After wildlife criminals torched his offices he must rebuild.