NAPSA in the News
Featured: Kareen from Project Chimps | Photo by: Fred Rubio
NAPSA is proud to share the collective expertise of its members in national and global news media.
Responsible Animal Sanctuaries Don’t Exploit Primates or Put People at Needless Risk
A guest column written by NAPSA Program Director Erika Fleury responded to misleading messages in a recent Ocala StarBanner article about a pseudo-sanctuary engaging in harmful practices
The Importance Of Primate Sanctuaries And Helping Monkeys
A one-hour radio show was co-hosted by Erika Fleury, Program Director of NAPSA, and Amy Kerwin, Founder of Primates Incorporated, who answer the most commonly-asked questions about sanctuaries and the need to help monkeys retiring from labs and the pet trade.
Animal Concepts’ Podcast Interview
NAPSA’s Program Director was interviewed on Animal Concepts’ podcast. She shares information on markers of a true sanctuary, as well as how important it is to explore and use your talents, and how this can benefit primates. She also discusses the Chimpanzees in Need fundraiser to secure a stable future for chimpanzees remaining at a closed animal refuge, highlighting the importance of continued collaborations despite unique perspectives.
Prime Mates Podcast, Episode 99B: More Monkey Business (With NAPSA’s Erika Fleury)
Erika Fleury from the North American Primate Sanctuary Alliance (and author of Monkey Business) is back to finish what she started last week. In this episode we hear more about a current campaign NAPSA is working on and Erika answers more of your questions!
Prime Mates Podcast, Episode 99: Monkey Business (With NAPSA’s Erika Fleury)
Erika Fleury from the North American Primate Sanctuary Alliance (and author of Monkey Business) is back by popular demand. In this episode we hear about a current campaign NAPSA is working on and Erika answers your questions!
Primate Sanctuary Advocates Promote Monkey Retirement
A group of monkey rescue employees and enthusiasts from across the country took a tour of Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary. NAPSA’s Program Director Erika Fleury spoke with the reporter about why monkey retirement is so important, and why it was the focus of the NAPSA Workshop. Note: This is an archived article. As of June 2021, Jungle Friends is no longer a member of NAPSA.