Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

May 19, 2017
Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

It’s a fact: Mother Earth is in trouble, and it is the fault of humans.

Science tells us we are experiencing a “sixth mass extinction on Earth,” a large-scale die-off of plants and animals, largely due to human interference.

This Endangered Species Day, it’s time to look to ourselves to find the big and little solutions that will, at the very least, slow the demise of so many of the creatures that share this planet we all call home.

Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

May 19, 2017
Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

It’s a fact: Mother Earth is in trouble, and it is the fault of humans.

Science tells us we are experiencing a “sixth mass extinction on Earth,” a large-scale die-off of plants and animals, largely due to human interference.

This Endangered Species Day, it’s time to look to ourselves to find the big and little solutions that will, at the very least, slow the demise of so many of the creatures that share this planet we all call home.

Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

May 19, 2017
Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

It’s a fact: Mother Earth is in trouble, and it is the fault of humans.

Science tells us we are experiencing a “sixth mass extinction on Earth,” a large-scale die-off of plants and animals, largely due to human interference.

This Endangered Species Day, it’s time to look to ourselves to find the big and little solutions that will, at the very least, slow the demise of so many of the creatures that share this planet we all call home.

Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

May 18, 2017
Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

It’s a fact: Mother Earth is in trouble, and it is the fault of humans.

Science tells us we are experiencing a “sixth mass extinction on Earth,” a large-scale die-off of plants and animals, largely due to human interference.

This Endangered Species Day, it’s time to look to ourselves to find the big and little solutions that will, at the very least, slow the demise of so many of the creatures that share this planet we all call home.

Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

May 19, 2017
Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

It’s a fact: Mother Earth is in trouble, and it is the fault of humans.

Science tells us we are experiencing a “sixth mass extinction on Earth,” a large-scale die-off of plants and animals, largely due to human interference.

This Endangered Species Day, it’s time to look to ourselves to find the big and little solutions that will, at the very least, slow the demise of so many of the creatures that share this planet we all call home.

Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

May 19, 2017
Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

It’s a fact: Mother Earth is in trouble, and it is the fault of humans.

Science tells us we are experiencing a “sixth mass extinction on Earth,” a large-scale die-off of plants and animals, largely due to human interference.

This Endangered Species Day, it’s time to look to ourselves to find the big and little solutions that will, at the very least, slow the demise of so many of the creatures that share this planet we all call home.

Klimawandel erfordert Hilfseinsätze in der Mongolei und in Somalia

May 11, 2017
Der Klimawandel hat Regionen wie die Mongolei und Somalia schwer getroffen.

Der Klimawandel hat Regionen wie die Mongolei und Somalia schwer getroffen. Der IFAW finanzierte deshalb die Futterversorgung der hungernden Tiere.Der IFAW leistete kürzlich Notfallhilfe für die Tiere in der Mongolei und in Somalia - zwei der vom Klimawandel am stärksten betroffenen Länder.

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UWA, Conservation Partners Engage Judicial Officers to Raise Profile of Wildlife Cases in Uganda

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May 16, 2017
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African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) and International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) host workshop with Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) to sensitize key judicial officials on the nature and extent of wildlife crimes in the country.

Press Location: 
Entebbe, Uganda
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Jacqueline Nyagah (IFAW, East Africa)
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More poisoned arrows used to poach Tsavo elephants

May 16, 2017
A file photo of tusks of an elephant and the poisoned arrow used to kill the ani

A file photo of tusks of an elephant and the poisoned arrow used to kill the animal, confiscated by Kenya Wildlife Service rangers.In light of a particular trend, I imagine the poaching of an elephant to take place much like this: