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Dr. Jane Goodall’s Message for Educators

PEN’s Executive Director Amy Clanin recently spoke with Jane Goodall, Ph.D., DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, and UN Messenger of Peace.  She asked Dr. Goodall to share her message for educators and here’s what she had to say…

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Wild Futures: Rescuing, Campaigning, and Educating

PEN is delighted to feature and congratulate Wild Futures on celebrating their 50th anniversary!  Special thanks to Paul Reynolds for this blog submission. Wild Futures is a UK charity founded upon almost five decades of experience as a leader in the

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Last-minute gift ideas that support primate education!

Still looking for the perfect gifts for your family and friends?  Here are some ideas that support Primate Education Network (PEN) and our partner organizations! Donate in honor of a loved one This year, you can give the gift of

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Tangkoko Conservation Education Programme: Learn from nature, act for nature!

The purpose of the Tangkoko Conservation Education Programme is to preserve the flora and fauna of Sulawesi, especially in the Tangkoko-Duasaudara-Batuangus Nature Reserves. The Tangkoko-Duasudara Nature Reserve in North Sulawesi, Indonesia is home to the endemic crested macaque (Macaca nigra),

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July Educators of the Month: Hilda María Díaz-López & Ricardo Collado-Torres

This month, we are featuring two exceptional primate educators: a married couple, who work as a team.  Congratulations to Hilda María Díaz-López and Ricardo Collado-Torres on being selected as PEN’s July Educators of the Month.  Special thanks to Francisca Vidal-García

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Slow Loris Pride Days Is A BIG Success

Greetings from Little Fireface Project’s (LFP) mountain perch in lovely West Java, Indonesia!  We are entering the second year of our field studies concerning the Javan slow loris.  We are getting better acquainted with the local primate (human and loris!) populations

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PEN Celebrates Slow Loris Pride Days

This week, the Little Fireface Project is hosting Slow Loris Pride Days in Cipaganti, West Java, Indonesia.  They are organizing school visits, a kite flying contest, children’s parade, adult football tournament, and an official closing ceremony with traditional music.  Slow

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