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Wildlife Advocacy Project



The Wildlife Advocacy Project is a non-profit advocacy group founded by the public interest law firm, Meyer & Glitzenstein, to assist grassroots activists in achieving long-term protection of wildlife and the environment, and in stopping the abuse and exploitation of animals held in captivity. The Project advocates the recognition and respect for the innate wild nature of all animals -- including those in confinement, as well as those in the wild.
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Address:
1601Connecticut Ave, NW #700
Washington , DC 20009
USA
Phone: (202) 518-3700
Fax: (202) 588-5049
E-Mail: wildinfo@wildlifeadvocacy.org
Website: http://www.wildlifeadvocacy.org/
   


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