AWI Quarterly » 2000 Summer

During the Species Survival Network reception on April 11, 2000, CITES Secretary General Willem Wouter Wijnstekers graciously presented the Animal Welfare Institute's Clark R. Bavin Wildlife Law Enforcement Awards. This honor is named for the late Chief of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service's Division of Law Enforcement who pioneered the Division's highly effective covert investigations and "sting" operations.
  By Adam M. Roberts On May 18, 2000, Dr. Jane Goodall brought 40 years of primatological knowledge to Congress, strenuously advocating passage of legislation to enable retirement for chimpanzees formerly utilized in biomedical research, the "Chimpanzee Health Improvement, Maintenance and Protection Act" (H.R. 3514). In Dr.
Saga Furs of Scandinavia is desperately attempting to invigorate abysmal fur sales.