Fall 2001

Fall 2001 AWI Quarterly Cover - Photo by Tilo Nadler
About the Cover

The Cat Ba (Golden headed) Langur is found solely on Cat Ba Island in northern Vietnam, where only about 100 of them remain. Conservation International recently listed the Cat Ba Langur as one of the world's 25 most endangered primates. Tilo Nadler photographed this individual inside the safe haven of the Endangered Primate Rescue Center (EPRC) in Vietnam's Cuc Phuong National Park, where dedicated staff rehabilitate rescued primates. Hunters capture langurs such as these to sell as tourist attractions, to animal traders, and according to the EPRC: "This monkey is sometimes sought for the cooking pot, and its bones and organs are also reputed to have medicinal properties." Find out more about the EPRC at www.primatecenter.org  and find out more about endangered wildlife in Vietnam on pages 10-11.

Photo by Tilo Nadler

Table of Contents


The London IWC Meeting
by Ben White

Right Move for Right Whales

Reckless Abandon
by Ben White

We told you it was fraud…Now the Court agrees
by Ben White

Amazing Whiskers


Operation Orangutan

An Update from Coulston's Killing Fields

Veterans of the Space Program Arrive in Florida

Murder in the Mist Solved?


Vietnam's Vanishing Wildlife
by Adam M. Roberts

Thailand's Lax Tiger Protection Exposed
by Debbie Banks

Anti-Logging Conviction

Storks Love Poland

A Broken Promise Threatens Canada's Bears
by Martin Powell


Transatlantic Victories for Pigs!

Statement by Senator Byrd on Cruelty to Animals

Senate Passes Humane Slaughter Act Resolution

USDA Brass Hinders Slaughterhouse Inspections

Relief in Store for Sows and Gilts in the European Union

The Carolinas Say No to Hog Factories

12,000 Pigs Die in Utah Hog Factory Inferno

Waterkeeper Alliance Keeps the Pressure on Smithfield

Multi-Million Dollar Settlement for Neighbors of Buckeye Egg Factory Farm

Ned and Daisy are Snatched Back from Death's Door


"Speaking Out for Animals"
by Adam M. Roberts

"Cloud: Wild Stallion of the Rockies"