A lot at stake for wildlife at 17th CITES conference in South Africa

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(Johannesburg, South Africa – 21 September 2016) The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) will hold its 17th Conference of the Parties (CoP 17) from 24 September to 5 October 2016 in Johannesburg, South Africa. The survival of many species will be affected by decisions taken by the delegates including rhinos, lions, elephants, pangolins, Barbary macaques and African Grey parrots.

 

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Stars come out for Hollywood premiere of IFAW seal hunt documentary

Tue, 09/20/2016
Stars come out for Hollywood premiere of IFAW seal hunt documentary

Huntwatch LA

Last week at NeueHouse Hollywood, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) teamed up with the Discovery Channel to screen Huntwatch, the documentary film on our founding campaign against the Canadian seal hunt.

Stars come out for Hollywood premiere of IFAW seal hunt documentary

Tue, 09/20/2016
Stars come out for Hollywood premiere of IFAW seal hunt documentary

Huntwatch LA

Last week at NeueHouse Hollywood, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) teamed up with the Discovery Channel to screen Huntwatch, the documentary film on our founding campaign against the Canadian seal hunt.

World Rhino Day update: 8 rescued rhinos thriving in India wildlife center

Thu, 09/22/2016

When the worst floods hit the northeastern state of Assam this year, IFAW- WTI Animal Rescue teams successfully rescued nine rhino calves from the flood waters to give them a new lease of life. One of the rescued rhinos was released to safer grounds while eight were brought to the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation at Kaziranga to be hand-raised until ready for release back to the wild.

World Rhino Day update: 8 rescued rhinos thriving in India wildlife center

Thu, 09/22/2016

When the worst floods hit the northeastern state of Assam this year, IFAW- WTI Animal Rescue teams successfully rescued nine rhino calves from the flood waters to give them a new lease of life. One of the rescued rhinos was released to safer grounds while eight were brought to the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation at Kaziranga to be hand-raised until ready for release back to the wild.

World Rhino Day update: 8 rescued rhinos thriving in India wildlife center

Thu, 09/22/2016

When the worst floods hit the northeastern state of Assam this year, IFAW- WTI Animal Rescue teams successfully rescued nine rhino calves from the flood waters to give them a new lease of life. One of the rescued rhinos was released to safer grounds while eight were brought to the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation at Kaziranga to be hand-raised until ready for release back to the wild.

World Rhino Day update: 8 rescued rhinos thriving in India wildlife center

Wed, 09/21/2016

When the worst floods hit the northeastern state of Assam this year, IFAW- WTI Animal Rescue teams successfully rescued nine rhino calves from the flood waters to give them a new lease of life. One of the rescued rhinos was released to safer grounds while eight were brought to the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation at Kaziranga to be hand-raised until ready for release back to the wild.

World Rhino Day update: 8 rescued rhinos thriving in India wildlife center

Thu, 09/22/2016

When the worst floods hit the northeastern state of Assam this year, IFAW- WTI Animal Rescue teams successfully rescued nine rhino calves from the flood waters to give them a new lease of life. One of the rescued rhinos was released to safer grounds while eight were brought to the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation at Kaziranga to be hand-raised until ready for release back to the wild.

World Rhino Day update: 8 rescued rhinos thriving in India wildlife center

Thu, 09/22/2016

When the worst floods hit the northeastern state of Assam this year, IFAW- WTI Animal Rescue teams successfully rescued nine rhino calves from the flood waters to give them a new lease of life. One of the rescued rhinos was released to safer grounds while eight were brought to the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation at Kaziranga to be hand-raised until ready for release back to the wild.