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A spray of white mist explodes as a humpback whale breaks the water's surface not far from awhale watching boat. Read more »
Update - 12.10.06: Due to unexpected circumstances, the Taiping-4 gorilla move is temporarily on hold. We have just received Read more »
I have posted previously on the floods that routinely wipe out areas of India each year. IFAW has shown commitment to Read more »
Update: Orangutans Return Home and Rivers Change Course Here's a bit of an update : Looks like the BOS team has received Read more »
Below is continued video coverage from IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller, who was recently in Indonesia Read more »
Watch continued video coverage from IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller, who was recently in Indonesia supporting Read more »
The photo that you are looking at to the left was taken during our trip through Agro Bukit, a massive palm oil plantation Read more »
Watch video from IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller, who was recently in Indonesia supporting the Borneo Orangutan Read more »
About 30 customs officials, border police and wildlife law enforcement agents from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Watch Video »
This video captures some of the tourists who were approached during the “Meet Us Don’t Eat Us” campaign Watch Video »
In some ways, elephants are no different than you and me. They recognize themselves as individuals and as close-knit family Watch Video »
Today a debate will begin in the Canadian Senate on Senator Mac Harb’s bill to end commercial sealing. A rational Watch Video »
CEO Fred O’Regan, Siobhan Magnus and other IFAW staff discuss the 2012 Animal Action Awards. There are three things I Watch Video »
Through through the spring  I was able twice to travel by train to the International Fund for Animal Welfare bear Watch Video »
Yes, it’s happening again. A few weeks ago, the delicate state of peace in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo was Watch Video »
Indeed, IFAW believes that special interests’ attempts to repeal China’s domestic trade ban on tiger products remains the biggest threat not only to the future of the South China tiger, but to the few remaining tigers in the wild of Ch Read more »
The animal rescue groups are taking the big cats under the jurisdiction of a court order. The cats were formerly owned by Diana McCourt until the USDA revoked her license and fined her. The facility lost its license, in part, from allowing dangero Read more »
The gorillas underwent a barrage of health tests this morning and, pending the outcome of required blood tests, all four were found to be in robust health. “The gorillas are in fine shape, and we do not anticipate anything will stand in Read more »
To date there have been reports of 3 human deaths, more than twenty thousand people trapped in their homes, and thousands more displaced as refugees. An enormous number of farm animals have died or are still trapped by the flood waters. Another co Read more »
In the wake of the floods, International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW - www.ifaw.org)  has implemented an emergency plan to assist animals, which in many cases, are all that people of Tabasco have left. Help is being sent to three Read more »
Earlier this week, several ships sank or ran aground during a fierce storm in the Kerch Strait, a narrow waterway linking the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. The Volganeft-139, a tanker loaded with nearly 1.3 million gallons of oil, broke in half d Read more »
Conservation organizations including the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW - www.ifaw.org) are calling for new actions to end Japan’s “scientific” whaling.   “Killing endangered whales for products that Read more »
“The full repatriation team has gathered and is on standby. We will wave the four young gorillas – Tinu, Izan, Oyin and Abbey - goodbye late on Thursday,” said a joint statement from the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa Read more »
“Overwhelming all though, is the sense that something incredibly important has been achieved today. We’re sending an unequivocal message to those who trade in endangered wildlife that their dreadful activities will no longer be tolerat Read more »
Canada’s commercial seal hunt remains an industry predominantly based on the skins of seals aged 3 weeks to 3 months of Read more »
The document includes a “Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement”, which is not part of the Regulations, and “ Read more »
In late 2008, IFAW commissioned Environics Research Group to include questions on Canada’s commercial seal hunt in its Read more »
In 2006, the European Parliament requested that the European Commission draft a regulation to ban trade in products derived f Read more »
Conclusions: Loopholes compounded by lack of enforcement resources and capacities mean that China's system and its im Read more »
Being the largest remaining hunt for any marine mammal population is sufficient to qualify Canada’s commercial seal hun Read more »
The second edition of ‘Black and Grey’ -Illegal Ivory in Japanese Markets, brings to the readers the fundamental Read more »
A spray of white mist explodes as a humpback whale breaks the water's surface not far from awhale watching boat. Read more »
Update - 12.10.06: Due to unexpected circumstances, the Taiping-4 gorilla move is temporarily on hold. We have just received Read more »
I have posted previously on the floods that routinely wipe out areas of India each year. IFAW has shown commitment to Read more »
Update: Orangutans Return Home and Rivers Change Course Here's a bit of an update : Looks like the BOS team has received Read more »
Below is continued video coverage from IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller, who was recently in Indonesia Read more »
Watch continued video coverage from IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller, who was recently in Indonesia supporting Read more »
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The photo that you are looking at to the left was taken during our trip through Agro Bukit, a massive palm oil plantation Read more »
Watch video from IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller, who was recently in Indonesia supporting the Borneo Orangutan Read more »

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"Environmental crime wave costs world billions. Read Associated Press story with Azzedine Downes here.

Dallas Safari Club auctions permit to shoot an endangered black rhino in Namibia. Jeff Flocken provides voice of reason in National Geographic news article.”

More than 80 elephants in Zimbabwe have been poisoned with cyanide -- the latest victims of poachers keen to feed soaring global demand for illegally trafficked ivory. read more

Malawi hails IFAW for initiative to protect wildlife at Liwonde National Park aimed at decreasing poaching pressure; launched with government optimism the project will also reduce human, wildlife conflicts in the area. See the original article

 

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