News and Blog: Catalyzing Change for Animals

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    Killing Them Softly

    When I was a growing up, we visited my uncle every summer on the shores of New Hampshire’s sapphire, Lake Wi...

    17 Jul 2014
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    The Real Ray

    See this special interview with Ray Ryan, the “real Ray” who was featured in The Elephant Letters:...

    07 Jul 2014



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New Learning Opportunities

This Fall, we are offering two new exciting courses for anyone and everyone who care about and care for our Animal kin: Sky Minds and Caring for the Caregiver. Read More.


Interview: Gay Bradshaw on Trans-species Psychology

Alissa Weaver of the Southern Oregon Animal Rights Society interviews Gay Bradshaw. Topics include trans-species psychology and the programs and projects it has inspired.


Catching Up with the Tortoises

We’re well on our way to completing five geodesic domes to house our sanctuary’s newest residents, endangered, special-needs desert tortoises. They’re coming in August 2014, and your continued support can help make the transition from Nevada to Oregon a smooth one. Read More.

Sacred Bones in West Africa

Kerulos intern Thomas Goodwin records some pre-trip thoughts before beginning his Sacred Bones journey to Mefou Primate Park, Cameroon. This trip is preceded by Thomas’s journeys to India and Ireland, all part of his Sacred Bones internship.

Elephants, Us, and Other Kin

Watch executive director Gay Bradshaw describe her experience in Africa and the origins of trans-species psychology. Created for UCLA’s Annual Interpersonal Neurobiology Conference, March 14-16. Verlo con subtítulos en español aquí.