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An elephant slaughtered in Cameroon whose trunk and tusks have been cut off.
27th February 2012 Céline Sissler-Bienvenu
Yaoundé, February 27th - 29th, 2012. Julie Landry, communications manager at the Internatioanl Fund for Animal Read more »
Indian lessons from friends and fodder, the eye looks but the mind sees
24th February 2012 Azzedine Downes
I always have a book with me when I travel.  Most times I pick one up at the airport and choose something not too heavy Read more »
The author hands over anti-poaching field kits to Karma Dukpa (left), Director
23rd February 2012 Azzedine Downes
What began as a quiet conversation in the lobby of a hotel during the Global Tiger Summit in St. Petersburg, Russia in Read more »
The paths of six dolphins tracked using special satellite tags.
22nd February 2012 Katie Moore
Last week, I participated in a conference call with the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA Read more »
Wildlife parts promoted as “investment” in China raises alarms
22nd February 2012 Grace Ge Gabriel
The International Police Organization (INTERPOL) convened a series of meetings with law enforcement chiefs and officers from Read more »
Cameroon's elephants: A new status for Bouba Njida - National Park or Elephant G
19th February 2012 Céline Sissler-Bienvenu
It’s midnight in Brazzaville where I’ve been living for the past few days, preparing for a workshop the Read more »
IFAW MMRR staff and volunteers bring a dolphin for release back into the sea.
17th February 2012 Michael Booth
With so many questions about the stranding numbers and more than 100 news outlets providing coverage of our amazing Marine Read more »
Bear rehab team gets its collar back from Sange
17th February 2012 Sashanka Barbaruah
Last week, the Centre for Bear Rehabilitation and Conservation team, including vet Dr. Jahan Ahmed and animal keepers, Read more »
IFAW-WTI veterinarians check over each gibbon during the move. c. IFAW-WTI
16th February 2012 Sashanka Barbaruah
Though I’ve seen captive hoolock gibbons swinging through branches in the past, it's quite a visual Read more »
14th April 2014
In Newfoundland and Labrador, the commercial seal hunt is a thing of legend. It’s a very important part of the Watch Video »
7th April 2014
Mobile scratching post - in the video above, mum's leg is usually available and is just the right size for a little Watch Video »
27th March 2014
Meet the inspiring members of Song of the Whale in the video “The Night Whale” ~~~ The International Fund for Watch Video »
28th February 2014
Watch above as I discuss my trip to West Poland in September 2013. In the video I explain the different methods to track Watch Video »
25th February 2014
A month ago in Western Africa we began our jumbo mission to take four elephants which were in conflict with the rural Watch Video »
21st February 2014
Spotting illegal shark and manta products in international trade can be challenging for frontline officials. Dr. Akram Watch Video »
14th February 2014
Watch the BBC interview with IFAW’s Tania McCrea-Steele talking about illegal wildlife trade and our work to reduce Watch Video »
27th January 2014
Did the Department of Obsolete Industry stir a nostalgia for the fragrant smell of burning blubber? Were you hoping to be Watch Video »
10th January 2014
The video above outlines just a few of the enormous challenges the IFAW team will face moving this population of elephants Watch Video »
8th November 2006
Kenya’s Vice President Hon. Moody Awori, who led senior government officials and conservationists in the commemoration of IFAW’s contribution to conservation in Kenya, termed the Laikipia West Fence project “a practical solution Read more »
8th November 2006
The permits were issued by Zimbabwe National Parks, and the animals are being caught in the country’s largest game reserve, Hwange National Park in south-west Zimbabwe. They are to be moved to an elephant training camp owned by Shearwater Ad Read more »
7th November 2006
An animal rescue team from IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare – www.ifaw.org) and the Borneo Orangutan Sanctuary Foundation (BOSF) has already treated more than forty orangutans for respiratory problems and burns. Annual fires are in Read more »
1st November 2006
The demarche expresses the countries’ opposition to the resumption of commercial whale hunting and asks the Icelandic government to reconsider its policy. “We are heartened by the strong global reaction and hopeful that the Icelandic g Read more »
25th October 2006
IFAW and the National Zoo met in Pretoria last week and agreed to collaborate on all levels to return the gorillas to the Cameroon. A working date of 7 December 2006 has been set. The decision ends months of speculation regarding the possibility of Read more »
25th October 2006
“This is a great day for IFAW, for our staff and partners on Cape Cod, and for the many animals we protect worldwide,” said IFAW President and CEO Fred O’Regan. “The headquarters we break ground for today will bring our 150 Read more »
24th October 2006
The whale is expected to be brought ashore early Tuesday afternoon, and will be the second fin whale hunted commercially by whalers since the Minister of Fisheries, Einar K. Gudfinnsson, issued hunting permits last week for nine endangered fin whales Read more »
24th October 2006
In November 2004, detectives from the Metropolitan Police executed search warrants at three London premises belonging to George F Trumper Ltd, a company specialising in the sale of gentleman's grooming accessories. Twenty four ivory items were sei Read more »
22nd October 2006
The whaling ship, owned by prominent Icelandic businessman Kristjan Loftsson, arrived this morning at Hvalfjordur (Whale Fjord), a small inlet with a dock used by whalers in Iceland’s whaling days. The country’s sole whale meat process Read more »
IFAW: A case for stepping up CITES enforcement in the EU
IFAW recently investigated how CITES is enforced in the European Union, and given the amount of wildlife goods being seized, Read more »
World of Animals Issue 18
World of Animals Issue 18 Read more »
Nuclear Accidents and the Impact on Animals
A committee of Subject Matter Experts (Appendix A) from Japan and the United States was convened May 2-3, 2011 to discuss ani Read more »
CA Audited Financials
Financial Statements For the Year Ended June 30, 2013 Read more »
Rampant poaching has put African elephants on the verge of extinction in the wild, and the United States (U.S.) is complicit Read more »
IFAW Briefing -- Bill C-555: An Act respecting the Marine Mammal Regulations
Bill C – 555 proposes to increase the distance that a person must maintain from another person who is fishing for seals Read more »
Welfare of animals under veterinary care
Appropriate and timely veterinary care is one of the fundamental welfare requirements for animals who are dependent on human Read more »
Rabies: Risks and Prevention
A practical guide to understanding the risks and prevention of rabies in people and dogs. Read more »
World of Animals Issue 17
World of Animals Issue 17 Read more »
MEP David Martin (seated) learning about whale research on board Song of the Wha
19th October 2012 by Adrian Hiel
There are three remaining countries in the world that engage in the cruel practice of commercial whaling and two of them are Read more »
Grey seals in the Atlantic: To cull or not to cull?
19th October 2012 by
A report on grey seals in the Atlantic and the issue of whether to cull. Read more »
Canadian Senator Mac Harb.
17th October 2012 by Sheryl Fink
Yesterday, the Honourable Mac Harb bravely addressed the Senate of Canada as debate resumed on his bill to end the seal hunt Read more »
Slideshow: favorite images of Balinese World Rabies Day participants
16th October 2012 by Kate Nattrass Atema
This year for World Rabies Day, the International Fund for Animal Welfare and Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA) were Read more »
16th October 2012 by Peter Pueschel
In the video above, Peter Pueschel, International Fund for Animal Welfare Programme Director, describes the massive impact Read more »
15th October 2012 by Vicki Fishlock
Editor’s note – This email of thanks came in from Dr. Vicki Fishlock, a member of the Amboseli Trust for Read more »
Gaju the big blue elephant causes a sensation at the station
13th October 2012 by Rupa Gandhi Chaudhary
An amazing sight greeted hundreds of spectators at platform no. 10 of Secunderabad railway station in the southern Indian Read more »
EU Parliament takes strong stand against Japanese whaling in trade talks
12th October 2012 by
European Parliamentarians have taken a strong stand against whaling in the context of EU – Japan trade negotiations. Read more »
Success for the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) can only come one anima
12th October 2012 by
In a bid to reintroduce the protection of biodiversity to the ongoing CBD conference the International Fund for Animal 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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