UNITE THE COMMUNITY

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ADVOCATE FOR PRIMATE WELFARE

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COLLABORATE AND LEARN

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RETIRE YOUR PRIMATE

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The NAPSA Mission

NAPSA unites the primate sanctuary community, builds capacity to provide sanctuary for captive nonhuman primates, and advocates to eliminate primate exploitation.

Workshop 2020

 

The next NAPSA Workshop will take place in San Diego in June. Attend, network and learn from primate and sanctuary experts as we explore topics from the practical to the theoretical – all to ensure the highest quality of care for captive nonhuman primates. This time around, we are focusing on the needs and strengths of caregivers, who are the true backbone of primate sanctuaries!

Visit the NAPSA Workshop 2020 webpage to learn more!

Retire Your Primate

 

Are you seeking sanctuary placement for a primate?

NAPSA member sanctuaries are located throughout North America and provide lifetime care for monkeys and apes retired from entertainment, laboratory research, and private ownership.

Go to Retire Your Primate

Advocacy

 

Since its inception, NAPSA has remained committed to using the united voice of its members to defend and enhance the welfare of captive primates. NAPSA has developed Position Statements and Educational Resources on a growing number of topics relevant to primate exploitation and primate welfare in the hopes of initiating and supporting change.

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NAPSA Statistics

Chimpanzees

Capuchins

Squirrel Monkeys

Tamarins

Primate sanctuaries are more in demand than ever before. As animals are retired from captive situations, exact data about NAPSA member sanctuaries and their residents constantly change.
Over 800 nonhuman primates live at NAPSA member sanctuaries.