Below are highlights from NAPSA's history. However, to really see NAPSA's scope, check out the following pages:
- NAPSA In the News, an ever-changing archive of media stories featuring NAPSA and our member sanctuaries
- NAPSA Reponds, a growing collection of statements and requests made on behalf of captive primates
- NAPSA Workshop 2015, an important source for all information regarding our first virtual workshop
NAPSA Announces Hire of Program Manager
December 8, 2014. NAPSA is pleased to announce the appointment of their new Program Manager, Erika Fleury. Click here for the full announcement.
NAPSA Statement on the Nonhuman Rights Project
December 2, 2013. NAPSA is not a party to the suit filed today in New York State by the Nonhuman Rights Project. We did submit an expert affidavit that was filed with the suit, reviewing our willingness to place any captive chimpanzees in need of sanctuary. Read the full story.
President Obama signs important bill for chimpanzee sanctuary funding
November 27, 2013. The President signed Senate Bill 252 today, clearing a roadblock to funding sanctuary retirement for federally owned chimpanzees. Click here for the full story.
NAPSA assists in rescuing the last residents of the Las Vegas Zoo
October 2, 2013. The final 5 residents of the troubled Las Vegas Zoo left today, on the road to permanent sanctuary with NAPSA members. Click here for the full story.
NIH announces it will retire a majority of chimpanzees
NAPSA Training Workshop 2013
USFWS moves to list all chimpanzees as endangered
Victory! NIH sending all chimpanzees from New Iberia Research Center to NAPSA member Chimp Haven
NAPSA calls on the NIH to reconsider moving 100 chimpanzees to a non-sanctuary
NAPSA comments on Fish and Wildlife Service's 90 Day Finding on the listing chimpanzees as endangered
Announcing the North American Primate Sanctuary Alliance (NAPSA)
The Jane Goodall Institute Commends NAPSA