Maintained by the Wisconsin Primate Research Center Library at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, Primate Info Net provides a wide range or information on non-human primates including fact sheets, publications, news and media resources, and career opportunities in Primatology.
Primate Info Net's job posting board where organizations with positions available or individuals seeking positions may list postings.
Maintained by the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center and the Washington National Primate Research Center, this database includes primatology related scientific literature, spanning all formats, from the 1940s to present.
Searchable listing of job and internship opportunities by members of the Association of Zoos & Aquariums.
Originally funded by the National Science Foundation, this organization provides primate biomaterials to researchers in order to stimulate and facilitate research in primate genetics.
Society whose members include both scientific primatologists and those who wish to support the field. Includes information on grants, conservation, research, and current issues in primatology.
World's leading organization for physical anthropologists. Site includes information on finding funding, research, and career opportunities in Physical Anthropology.
Network of zoo and aquarium professionals, organizations and suppliers world-wide. All share a commitment to wildlife conservation, education, science and animal care.
Non-profit scientific society, with open membership. Contains information on films, research, resources and funding for those studying animal behavior.
The International Primatological Society focuses their efforts and funding on primate research, conservation, education, and the treatment of captive primates.
The North American Primate Sanctuary Alliance (NAPSA) was founded in 2010 by the directors of seven of the leading chimpanzee sanctuaries on the continent. The mission of NAPSA is to advance the welfare of captive primates through exceptional sanctuary care, collaboration and outreach.
Directory of information such as demographics, maps, photographs and research pertaining to chimpanzee, gorilla and bonobo field research sites in Africa.
Ape Action Africa is committed to ape conservation in Africa - protecting Cameroon’s great apes through direct action, including rescuing orphaned gorillas, chimpanzees and monkeys, giving them a safe forest sanctuary home where they can live with their own kind.
Non-profit organization working to conserve the lives and habitat of bonobos in the Congo Basin.
The Task Force aims to eliminate the illegal bushmeat trade. Their primary goals are to gather and share information and to educate nations, organizations, scientists and individuals.
Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest (CSNW) is currently home to seven chimpanzees released from biomedical research. This group, the Cle Elum Seven, arrived at the sanctuary on June 13, 2008.
Not-for-profit foundation founded by Dian Fossey in 1978 which continues its dedication to gorilla conservation and research.
The primary objective of the Fauna Foundation is to create a protected environment for neglected, abused farm and domestic animals and former biomedical research chimpanzees. It also aims, through education, to foster a better understanding of all animals while exploring our ethical responsibility as humans for the well being of all earth’s creatures.
The non-profit organization works towards education and research to improve human and non-human relationships.
Non-profit facility in Santa Clarita, California dedicated to research and conservation of gibbons, as well as public and professional education.
The main goal of this site is to provide information about gibbons. It contains links to gibbon research sites, publications, films, and video and audio recordings.
Grass-roots non-profit organization aimed at protecting all endangered primate species. The IPPL also maintains a gibbon sanctuary in South Carolina.
The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ provides taxonomic, conservation status and distribution information on plants and animals that have been globally evaluated using the IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria. This system is designed to determine the relative risk of extinction, and the main purpose of the IUCN Red List is to catalogue and highlight those plants and animals that are facing a higher risk of global extinction (i.e. those listed as Critically Endangered, Endangered and Vulnerable). The IUCN Red List also includes information on plants and animals that are categorized as Extinct or Extinct in the Wild; on taxa that cannot be evaluated because of insufficient information (i.e., are Data Deficient); and on plants and animals that are either close to meeting the threatened thresholds or that would be threatened were it not for an ongoing taxon-specific conservation programme (i.e., are Near Threatened).
Jane Goodall's non-profit organization created over thirty years ago to conserve primate land, educate the public, promote the well-being of captive and free-living primates, and expand non-invasive research on chimpanzees.
Non-profit organization, founded by Dr. Birute Galdikas, dedicated to the conservation of wild orangutans and their habitats.
The world's oldest and largest global environmental network, including government officials, organizations and volunteer scientists worldwide. The IUCN's Red List assesses the conservation status of species, providing taxonomic and distribution information of species, along with their conservation status, ranging from "Not Evaluated" to "Extinct."
Dr. Sofi Bernstein will present research on communication in Tibetan macaques in Dean Hall 102Extramural Grant Presentation: Feb. 7th
Dr. Lori Sheeran will be give a presentation on extramural grant funding in Dean Hall 102 on FebruarPAN Meeting: Jan. 23
The next Primate Awareness Meeting will be January 23rd @ 6pm in the 3rd floor lounge