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Bushmeat Project Sponsors

PCWS wishes to thank the following individuals and organizations for their support of the PCWS Bushmeat Poster Project:
  • Karl Ammann
    Karl's fantastic award-winning photos are seen throughout this website, the poster and the Action Kit.

  • Ape Alliance
    Animal protection groups join forces to fight commercial hunting of the threatened species.

  • Bushmeat Project
    A program urging conservation donors to support programs aimed at helping the African people protect the apes and other endangered animals.

  • Steve Bloom
    Steve's fantastic photographs grace the bushmeat poster.

  • Bonobo In-Situ Project
    A project dedicated to the conservation of bonobos in Africa.

  • Carrera Graphics
    Paul Carrera skill at fantastic primate art can seen throughout this, and other, PCWS projects.

  • Fort Worth Zoo AAZA Chapter
    The Fort Worth Zoo's Chapter of the AAZK.

  • Gorilla Foundation
    Bringing interspecies communication to the public, in order to save gorillas, and inspire our children to create a better future for all species.

  • Gorilla Haven
    To help make every captive gorilla's life as enriched and natural as possible and to promote education about gorilla conservation in zoos and the wild.

  • Oakland Zoo
    The Oakland Zoo @ Knowledge Park.

  • Taryn Pinter

  • Pogonias Press
    Press which published "The Pictorial Guide to the Living Primates" by Noel Rowe.

  • Barbara Potter

  • Primate Conservation, Inc.
    An organization dedicated to studying, preserving and maintaining the habitats of the least known and most endangered primates in the world.

  • Rainforest Action Network
    RAN works to protect the Earth's rainforests and support the rights of their inhabitants through education, grassroots organizing, and non-violent direct action.

  • Judith Schrier

  • The Apes: Challenges for the 21st Century @ Brookfield Zoo