William Conway, the CEO of the Wildlife Conservation Society, was an innovative Zoo Director who, at times, presented his ideas in unusual ways. The Conway article reprinted in this issue of IJSAP is in the form of a memorandum from a field agent of the chimpanzee species to the “Most High Primate” resigning from his position. In Conway’s description, the memo was found in an unstamped envelope with no return address on the grounds of the Bronx Zoo. The memorandum appeared to have been written by a chimpanzee on assignment from a clandestine organization in Africa that sent undercover chimpanzees to North America to report on various human activities.
Conway, William G.
"A Message from Pano,"
International Journal for the Study of Animal Problems: Vol. 3:
1, Article 10.
Available at: https://www.wellbeingintlstudiesrepository.org/ijsap/vol3/iss1/10