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We’re very excited that multiple CAF grantee and board member Jo-Anne McArthur was voted Wildlife Photographer of the Year, People’s Choice Winner with her photograph of Pikin and Appolinaire. Pikin was going to be sold for bushmeat but was rescued by Ape Action Africa. She was being moved to a larger sanctuary and awoke from being sedated right before Jo-Anne took the photograph. You can learn more about the photo and see the runners-up here. The photograph will be displayed at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London, until the end of May.
The NCSU Libraries and the ASPCA have received a grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) for a three-year project “‘The Animal Turn’: Digitizing Animal Protection and Human-Animal Studies Collections.”
The Regan family and the CAF Board appreciate the outpouring of sympathy and support after Dr. Regan’s passing. So many of you have shared your stories with friends, colleagues and on social media as we continue to keep his legacy alive. Our deepest thanks.