Wildlife Centers

The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance’s member sanctuaries and wildlife centers are pioneers in wildlife conservation and they’re among the first organizations to successfully reintroduce great apes to the wild. Their leaders have decades of experience living in Africa and working with African cultures, governments, and communities, which ideally positions them to produce long-term changes to protect endangered species.

An Unforgettable Experience

You can experience the PASA wildlife centers in a number of ways. For an immersive experience, we recommend investigating opportunities to volunteer or to apply for employment. For those with less time to invest, a visit to a center can offer an unforgettable experience. You can contact the centers to discuss options for conducting research

 

PASA member sanctuaries and wildlife centers rescue and give lifelong loving care to almost 3,000 apes and monkeys rescued from the illegal wildlife trade and the illegal hunting of endangered species. Learn More >

PASA members make arrests of wildlife smugglers possible by rescuing the trafficked animals, and work with governments to patrol forests for poachers and snares. Learn More >

The wildlife centers collaborate with governments to protect vast tracts of critically threatened natural habitat as well as to establish new protected areas. Learn More >

PASA member organizations conduct education programs in schools and communities across 13 African countries and implement community development projects to reduce the exploitation of wildlife. Learn More >

PASA member sanctuaries and wildlife centers rescue and give lifelong loving care to almost 3,000 apes and monkeys rescued from the illegal wildlife trade and the illegal hunting of endangered species. Learn More >

PASA members make arrests of wildlife smugglers possible by rescuing the trafficked animals, and work with governments to patrol forests for poachers and snares. Learn More > 

The wildlife centers collaborate with governments to protect vast tracts of critically threatened natural habitat as well as to establish new protected areas. Learn More > 

PASA members conduct education programs in schools and communities across 13 African countries and implement community development projects to reduce the exploitation of wildlife. Learn More > 

Click here to meet PASA’s 23 member wildlife centers, which are pioneers in primate rescue and conservation.