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General Sites     Government     Sanctuaries     Sites With Links   Odds & Ends 

Places to visit for further information about primates and related subjects one should be aware of.
 

 

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GENERAL SITES: (OrganizationsGeneral Primate Information, Species Specific):

 

General Info

Bridge & Target Training at Synalia.com - Syn Alia Training SystemsŪ is the source for state of the art information on teaching, training, management and educational entertainment.

Aging in Non-Human Primates and Hormonal Changes - try going to www.google.com and typing in "aging in non-human primates, hormonal" you will get all kinds of information related to the similarities (and differences) between humans and non-human primates.

REPORT OF THE NIA ADVISORY BOARD ON THE WORKSHOP ON PRIMATE MODELS OF THE MENOPAUSE:   http://www.nia.nih.gov/research/meetings/primodelreport.htm   

The NIA maintains approximately 150 nonhuman primates (M. mulatta) at four regional primate centers for conducting research on aging. These animals range in age from 18 to 35 years. These rhesus monkeys are currently only approved for non-invasive research. The NIA Office of Biological Resources and Resource Development has put together a compendium of Non-Human primate resource availability for aging research. Contact the OBRRD ( nadonn@exmur.nia.nih.gov  ) for a copy.    http://www.nia.nih.gov/research/resources.htm  


CALORIC RESTRICTION AND AGING IN NIA NON-HUMAN PRIMATES (Release Date:  June 18, 2001):   http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-AG-02-002.html   

They have ... biology and structure with humans, non-human primates are extremely valuable models ...
http://www.fbresearch.org/pdf/Non-Human%20Primates%20-%20The%20Essential%20Need.pdf   

By using the animal model that most closely mirrors human physiology, anatomy, and behavior, we can explore questions and make progress on biomedical issues that would be impossible without a model which is similar to humans.
Reproductive Health
Non-human primates such as monkeys are invaluable for studying human primate development and reproduction because their reproductive physiology is very similar when compared to humans. Research using monkeys at the CRPRC has led to developing new methods for contraception, improvement of techniques for gamete cryopreservation, understanding the causes of infertility and birth defects, and development of prenatal treatments for debilitating inherited or acquired disorders. Nutrition-related research has also led to improvements in infant formulas.: http://www.crprc.ucdavis.edu/crprc/CRPRC%20why.html   
 

Animal Diversity Web Projects
           or Animal Diversity Primates

Ark Animal Tracks

Ask Primate

Bushmeat Project

Center for the Advanced Study of Ape and Human Evolution

Duke University Primate Center

Endangered Species Information: http://www.cites.org 

General Information

General Information & Sound Waves

Heather's Wild World of Animals

Hope Walker's Pet Monkey Site

Hope Walker's Primates Online

Jane Goodall Institute

Jane Goodall News Article

Monkey Maddness Site

Primates of the World

Primates as Pets

Primate Gallery

Primate Info Net

Primate - List of Classifications

 The Primate Care Site (Johan Mommens)

The Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center Library's audio-visual collection

Texas Mary's Alagahi Site

 

 

Organizations

American Society of Primatologists

Helping Hands Organization- Monkey Helpers for the Disabled

National Primate Association

National Wildlife Foundation

Simian Society

The Primate Society of Great Britain

 

 

 

Species Specific

Bob Ingersoll's Chimp Site

Article on Capuchins

Article on Capuchins

General Information On Capuchins

International Center for Gibbon Studies

Marmoset Site

Project Tamarin

 

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LIST-SERVES:

Primate Enrichment Forum:
The Primate Enrichment Forum, for those of you who are not familiar with it, is an email list (currently approx. 400 subscribers) dedicated toward discussion of environmental enhancement of laboratory primates. Zoo personnel are also welcome to subscribe.
If you are involved with laboratory or zoo primate care or research, I encourage you to subscribe to the Primate Enrichment Forum by emailing me directly at
david.seelig@yale.edu
David Seelig
Administrator, Primate Enrichment Forum

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Primate-Science:
The following text can be found by visiting http://www.primate.wisc.edu/pin/ps/ps.html  
Primate-Science is an electronic forum managed by the Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center (WRPRC) at the University of Wisconsin--Madison in support of the research mission of the WRPRC and other NCRR Primate Centers. In addition to NCRR Primate Center staff, Primate-Science is open to staff at other research-based primate centers and laboratories worldwide. People in academic institutions or zoological gardens who are doing primate research are also invited to apply.

PURPOSE
The purpose of this forum is the factual, science-based exchange of ideas and information about nonhuman primates and is intended to serve the international primatological research community.

SCOPE
As they relate to primatology, the following topics are covered by this forum:
Biomedical Research
Primate Conservation
Primate Husbandry and Enrichment
Primate Evolution
Veterinary Medicine
Zoological Garden Research
Field Work Research

HOW TO SIGN ON
You must have an electronic mail address and access to the Internet to participate in Primate-Science. To apply, fill out the Primate-Science application form at: http://www.primate.wisc.edu/pin/ps/pscientry.html
OR request an application form by sending a message containing "subscribe primate-science" (without the quotes) to primate-science-request@primate.wisc.edu

WHERE TO SEND QUESTIONS
If you have questions about electronic access to Primate-Science, contact Larry Jacobsen, P-S Coordinator,
Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center,
1220 Capitol Court,
Madison, WI 53715-1299 USA.
E-mail:
jacobsen@primate.wisc.edu
Telephone: 1-608-263-3512,
Fax: 1-608-263-4031.

Primate-Science and other WRPRC information services are supported by grant number RR00167, Regional Primate Centers Program, National Center for Research Resources, the National Institutes of Health.

Primate-Science is an electronic forum open to primate center and laboratory staff worldwide. People in academic institutions or zoological gardens who are doing primate research are also invited to apply.

Primate-Science is intended to serve the international primatological research community.

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Primfocus:
Announcing a new primate list-serv: PrimFocus from Rick Bogle Email: paulbog@jefnet.com

The purpose of primfocus is to:
1. Provide an open forum for discussions about protecting of primates;
2. Provide a bulletin board for posting news items regarding primates;
3. Share information relating to primates.
Primfocus is an unmoderated open list. The list owners request that discussions remain civil and germane to primate protection and other primate issues.
The list owners reserve the right to remove anyone from the list who repeatedly fails to honor the above statements.
To SUBSCRIBE to PrimFocus, send a message to
waste@waste.org with the following message (and no subject line): subscribe primfocus
Or for the digest version, use the following text:
subscribe primfocus-digest
To POST to PrimFocus send your news item or discussion topic to
primfocus@waste.org
(Note: you have to be a member of the PrimFocus list before you to post to the list.)

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APHIS press releases subscribe info:  

US Fish & Wildlife subscribe info:  

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MEDICAL:

B Virus Info From CDC

CDC - Center For Disease Control

Daniel Shapiro's Zoonosis Webpage

Disease Information

Doctor's Guide to Internet Medical Resources

Ebola Information, TX

Emerging Diseases

Free Medline - from the National Library of Medicine

Herpes B Virus News Article

Medscape: medical information

Zoonotic Diseases

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ENRICHMENT:

David Seelig - Primate Enrichment

Environmental Enrichment for Non-Human Primates

Primate Enrichment Forum

 

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VETERINARIAN:

Net Vet Primate Links

Tuft's Vet School

Veterinary Medicine Links

 

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SANCTUARIES

Chimp Haven

DeWars Gorilla Haven

Jungle Friends (Primate Sanctuary and Rehabilitation)

International Primate Protection League

Primarily Primates

The Monkey Sanctuary - UK

Wild Animal Orphanage

Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand (gibbons)

Vervet Monkey Foundation (Arthur Hunt)

 

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ZOO INFO:

American Association of Zoo Veterinarians

Information About Zoos

International Species Information System

 Lowry Park Zoo - Primate Page

Virtual Zoo

 

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GOVERNMENT:

APHIS Homepage

Citizen Direct - Information to Email Direct to US Government Officials

Federal Government Search

Forms from the Feds

Government Information by State

United States Fish & Wildlife Service

Commonly Asked Questions about Service Animals in Places of Business  

 

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RESEARCH:

Environmental Enrichment for Non-Human Primates

Infant Primate Research Laboratory - University of Washington

Oregon Regional Primate Research Center

Video Order for NHP in Research

Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center

 

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SITES WITH LINKS:

Florida State University - International Primate Sanctuary of Panama

Orangutan Links Page

Primate Link Page

Primate Information Links

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ODDS & ENDS:

20/20 Transcript from 11-17-99 Segment called "Monkey Business"  
              Responses to the 20/20 Segment called "Monkey Business"

Animal Insurance

Camera traps websites for photographing nocturnal primates:
http://www.trailmaster.com 

Camtraker cameras which can be purchased though Forestry Suppliers:
http://www.forestry-suppliers.com/ 

Chimpanzee (puppets) WebPage  
Steve Axtell / Axtell Expressions, Inc!
email -
steve@axtell.com

Darwinian Notions

Lost Animals = APHIS

News Interest Story

Online Animal Catalogue

Primate Artwork by TISO

Rainbow Bridge - Loss of Animal Support

Rights To Keep Exotics Editorial

Woo - Interesting Primate Story

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