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Spring 2013 Tour: Photos from the road

To celebrate the kickoff of Dr. Jane's Spring 2013 USA lecture tour, here are some photos collected from the road! 

Spring 2013 Tour: Dr. Jane's visit to California

To celebrate the kickoff of Dr. Jane's Spring 2013 USA lecture tour, here are some photos collected from the road! 

Spring 2013 Tour: Dr. Jane's birthday celebration

To celebrate the kickoff of Dr. Jane's Spring 2013 USA lecture tour, here are some photos collected from the road! 

Spring 2013 Tour: Airport Adventures with Mr. H

To celebrate the kickoff of Dr. Jane's Spring 2013 USA lecture tour, here are some photos collected from the road! 

Spring 2013 Tour

To celebrate the kickoff of Dr. Jane's Spring 2013 USA lecture tour, here are some photos collected from the road! 

 

Dr. Jane gave a lecture at Ohio State University for an audience of more than 1,700 on March 25th. 

 

Happy Birthday Jane!


 

Today, April 3, is Dr. Goodall's 79th birthday. Every day, we are grateful for all Dr. Goodall does, traveling 300 days a year to spread her message of hope while encouraging all of us to make the world a better place for people, animals and the environment.

Motambo the Miracle: An Update

Motambo is adjusting nicely to his new life at Tchimpounga.  He has fully recovered from his tetanus infection, and his significant wounds have healed.  A few small marks on his skin are the only reminders of the terrible trauma he suffered at the hands of poachers.

Motambo with Makassi  and La Vieille

Tchindzoulou – Constructing an Island Sanctuary - Part 1 of 2

This post is the first of a two-part story about the development of three islands in the Kouilou River as part of the expansion of JGI's Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Center in the Republic of Congo.

A New Arrival at Tchimpounga

At the end of April, Tchimpounga staff members welcomed a new arrival:  a baby girl named Anzac.  She was named Anzac because she came to the sanctuary on ANZAC Day (April 25, 2012)*, and because, like many war veterans, she had lost an arm.

When she arrived, Anzac was so small that the vet team had to weigh her using a food scale.  She weighed a mere 2.7 kilograms, making her one of the smallest chimps to arrive at the sanctuary.

Anzac being weighed
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