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.

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Entebbe, Uganda
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Press Contact: 
Jacqueline Nyagah (IFAW, East Africa)
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+254 722 607640
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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:

Importverbot für Jagdtrophäen gefährdeter Arten gefordert - 86 Prozent gegen Hobbyjagd auf Elefanten, Nashörner und Löwen

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May 16, 2017
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86 Prozent der Bevölkerung in Deutschland halten die Hobbyjagd auf Tierarten, die von der Ausrottung bedroht sind, wie zum Beispiel Löwe, Elefant, Nashorn, Leopard oder Giraffe für nicht vertretbar. Das geht aus einer repräsentativen Umfrage hervor, die Kantar TNS im Auftrag von Tier- und Naturschutzverbänden erhoben hat. Anlässlich der Übergabe von 189.000 Unterschriften am 17.

Press Location: 
Bonn
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Press Contact: 
Andreas Dinkelmeyer
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+49 (0)40 866 500 15
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+49 (0)173 622 75 39
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Hulp naar Mongolië en Somalië wegens grote gevolgen klimaatverandering

May 11, 2017
De klimaatverandering heeft ernstige gevolgen in landen als Mongolië en Somalië.

De klimaatverandering heeft ernstige gevolgen in landen als Mongolië en Somalië. Reden voor het IFAW om geld te sturen voor voedingssupplementen om dieren in de getroffen gebieden in leven te houden.

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Réglementation relative au commerce d’ivoire : ce qui change en France

May 16, 2017

Afin de lutter contre le braconnage des éléphants et des rhinocéros, la France a restreint  le commerce de l’ivoire et de corne de rhinocéros sur son territoire depuis janvier 2015.

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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:

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:

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:

More poisoned arrows used to poach Tsavo elephants

May 15, 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:

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: