La Vie Quotidienne of a Primate Sanctuary Volunteer

By Robin Huffman, Safina Center Fellow Sometimes I characterize my life as BP and AP–Before Primates and After Primates. And after logging almost four years of volunteering at primate sanctuaries in Africa and the U.S. since 2007, I… Read More
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Fishing nets are taking whales’ food in the shadow of Manhattan. Here’s what you need to know

One commercial fishing company is cruising off the shores of New York, taking whales’ food. One year ago we reported that small, herring-like fish called menhaden, a major food source for whales, dolphins and large fishes, were making… Read More
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Lost in Time in the Galapagos Islands

By Ben Mirin, Safina Center Fellow When father Tomas Berlanga first happened upon The Galapagos Islands in 1535, he was immediately ready to leave. His ship had been blown off course on his way from Panama to Peru,… Read More
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