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         Sanctuaries Animal:     more books (89)
  1. Just for Elephants by Carol Buckley, 2006-11-15
  2. The Mountain and the Migration: A Guide to Hawk Mountain by James J. Brett, 1991-10
  3. A physical and biological inventory of streams in the South Slough estuarine system (NOAA technical report ORCM/SPD) by Larry S Stone, 1987
  4. The Horses of Proud Spirit by Melanie Sue Bowles, 2003-10
  5. River of Bears by Tom Walker, 1993-04

121. The Fauna Foundation | La Fondation Fauna - Sanctuary
sanctuaries remove animals from their current situation with the promise of sanctuaries act on behalf of the animals, and the caregivers work under the
Welcome to Sanctuary, the largest area of the Fauna site. Understandably, as providing sanctuary lies at the core of what we do, there's a lot to talk about. We've subdivided this area into quite a few sections based upon the different backgrounds that our many residents have come to us from: factory farming (the agricultural industry), biomedical research , the entertainment industry domestic homes and the wild (this information is shared with our environment site area). In addition, we've given our most popular residents, the chimpanzees , a site area all their own. What is sanctuary at Fauna? Sanctuary at Fauna means providing a place of absolute refuge for animals who have come to us from all sorts of places including the wild, private homes, the biomedical industry, the agricultural industry, and the entertainment industry. We provide an environment of preservation and protection from the use and abuse our culture commonly inflicts upon creatures that are generally considered objects of ownership, sources of food, and tools for use in human interests.

122. Primate Info Net: Sanctuaries
sanctuaries. Alan Mootnick I had been caring for animals for 15 years and had a great deal of firsthand practical experience maintaining a center for
Welcome to Primate Info Net! If you can read this...YOU SHOULD UPDATE YOUR BROWSER. The browser you are using is NOT standards-compliant. Updating it will enhance your experience on Primate Info Net and most other websites you visit. Go to Advanced Search FEEDBACK Home About ... Careers in Primatology
Alan Mootnick
Alan Mootnick Facility Director Gibbon Conservation Center PO Box 800249 Santa Clarita, CA 91380 E-mail: WWW site:
FAX: 661-296-1237 My fascination with gibbons began at age 9 when I first heard them vocalizing at the zoo. Hearing their voices and eventually watching their movements gave me a sense of what it could be like for them in their native habitat. From that day on I wanted to care for gibbons and asked my parents if I could have a zoo of my own. I was told that there was nothing in this world that I could not do, but I would first need to earn money to support my animals. So I began by carrying the neighbors trash out for 10 cents a week to pay for the care of my rabbits and pigeons. Four decades later, I am now the founder and director of the International Center for Gibbon Studies (ICGS) that houses nearly 40 gibbons.

123. IFAW | Sanctuaries: Vital Havens That Save Lives
IFAW s mission is to improve the welfare of wild and domestic animals throughout the world by reducing sanctuaries Vital havens that save lives

124. NASSL
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