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Liz Tyson-Griffin

Liz Tyson-GriffinDr. Liz Tyson-Griffin is an animal rights activist with 20 years of experience working to protect animals from harm. Currently managing one of the largest accredited primate sanctuaries in the United States, the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary, Liz's work also encompasses campaigning and advocacy around issues impacting wild animals under human control. Liz is from the United Kingdom but has worked all over the world in projects ranging from TVNR programs for stray dogs in the Middle East to rescue and care of orphaned primates in the Amazon rainforest. Her work has (so far) taken her to Colombia, Peru, Ethiopia, Palestine, Ireland, the United States, and Spain. She currently lives in Texas, United States, with her husband, Kali, and three rescued dog companions, Maya, Stanley Millett, and Chambira.


1,200 precious lives
The fight for the largest monkey rescue in history







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