Primate Education Network (PEN) was thrilled to participate in the Wildlife Conservation Expo in San Francisco, California. At our table, we sold "The Chorus of Kibale" children's books, showcased our Regional Coordinators' Voices from the Field interviews, and hosted a photo booth! Visitors to PEN's table enjoyed learning more about our work, listening to exclusive audio recordings, and participating in our photo booth by using our message board and photo props, including an emperor tamarin mustache, proboscis monkey nose, chimpanzee nose and lips, gorilla nose, and cotton-top tamarin hair!
We were honored with the opportunity to present a Certificate of Appreciation to Jane Goodall, Ph.D., DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace. The certificate was proudly awarded to Dr. Goodall in recognition of her outstanding dedication and commitment to global primate conservation education and outreach. Eric Losh, PEN's partner and the author of "The Chorus of Kibale", designed this beautifully illustrated certificate.
Thank you, Eric, for contributing your talent and passion to our work! Special thanks also goes to WCN for organizing this incredible event and to everyone who visited and supported us.
We hope you enjoy our pictures from the event below!