The Wildlife Advocacy Project is a non-profit advocacy group founded by Katherine Meyer and Eric Glitzenstein of the Washington, DC public interest law firm, Meyer Glitzenstein & Crystal. We advocate the recognition and respect for the innate wild nature of all animals–whether in confinement or in the wild.
We 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.
Project provides resources, and strategic and substantive
advice and expertise, to grassroots organizations
and activists. We can achieve greater protection for
wildlife in the courts, legislatures and the regulatory
agencies, when the public is educated and mobilized
to fight against the degradation of wildlife.
Wildlife Advocacy Project seeks to complement and
supplement the efforts of grassroots activists.
It uses the knowledge, experience, and expertise of
its staff and Board members to help grassroots activists
pursue, support, and win long-lasting conservation
benefits for animals and the planet.