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Originally published on December 12, 2006 in The East African Standard (Nairobi) as an OP-ED. By James Isiche Nairobi A Read more »
In the video above, Kelvin Alie, a native of Dominica and IFAW's special assistant to the director of Wildlife and Habitat Read more »
The Big Fix Rig is one part of the Katrina & Rita Spay-Neuter Program for Pets and Stray Animals supported by IFAW, the Read more »
Animal shelters often see a number of non-traditional pets through their doors.  Reptiles, hamsters, birds, farm Read more »
December, just 36 hours before the Taiping 4 gorillas were due to depart for Cameroon, the South African Government delayed Read more »
The Humane Society of South Mississippi's building before the storm. If I had not been told that the coast of Read more »
It's that time of year to give a little bit more! If you're anything like me this time of year, you have already lined up Read more »
Lindy Reports: Penguins enjoy a bath at SANCCOB prior to being released back into the wild. I spent most of my Read more »
MSNBC is reporting on the story highlighted in this AP image of an Indonesian Tiger cub Dema licking fellow citizen Nia Read more »
Delegates gathered in the West African country of Mali’s capital for a two-day meeting to discuss how they will pave the way forward for elephants following decisions at the 14th Conference of the Parties of CITES (Convention on Internationa Read more »
The African elephant range states included Mali, Niger, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone, Guinea Bissau, Cameroun, Ivory Coast, Togo, Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Central African Republic, Rwanda, Southern Sudan, Ethiopia and Kenya. Mali and Kenya Read more »
In March the Metropolitan Police confirmed that they were intending to cut core funding for two of the four posts within the wildlife crime unit due to police budget constraints. However, after receiving 6,000 letters and emails from members of th Read more »
The bears were hand raised at the Center for Bear Rehabilitation and Conservation (CBRC), a project jointly managed by IFAW, WTI, and the Arunachal Pradesh Forest Department. This unique rehabilitation center, located in northeast India's Arunacha Read more »
The animals, which were hand-raised at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) in Kaziranga National Park, were translocated yesterday, by truck, 450 kilometers to Manas National Park. Manas National Park is a World Heritage Read more »
“We are very pleased that the Russian government is taking steps towards ending the whitecoat hunt,” remarked Masha Vorontsova, Director of IFAW Russia. “We acknowledge this step as an important achievement for animal welfare; ho Read more »
Touhey and her team of four full-time staff joined IFAW last summer after working as a separate organization for nearly ten years. The stranding network, which has a dedicated corps of more than 350 local volunteers, responds to approximately 500 Read more »
“The pictures indicate that the ivory is most likely from African elephants, as you can see by the shape and the length. Also, the estimated monetary value of the ivory is a clear indication of the lure this trade presents for criminal syndi Read more »
First, it may seem that the new Rules are meant to protect bear cubs. This is a complete illusion, however. For instance, paragraph 3.3 prohibits “shooting sows having current year’s crop of cubs before winter hibernation begins”. Read more »
In response to DFO's request for input on the 2007 Atlantic Sealing Regulatory Review, and following our meeting of 5 Februar Read more »
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) would like to thank you for the opportunity to comment on the proposed Amend Read more »
Sea Turtles have been important part of ocean ecosystems for over 100 million years. Read more »
This report locates and explores commonalities and distinctions between Canada’s animal cruelty legislation and that of Read more »
The Precarious State of Arctic Marine Mammals in the United States Due to Global Warming Read more »
The illegal ivory trade recently intensified to the highest levels ever reported. Policing this trafficking has been hampered Read more »
The findings and conclusions outlined in this report are the results of extensive research, including 63 interviews, conducte Read more »
The Canadian harp seal hunt is a competitive activity, carried out over an extensive area, and under very unpredictable condi Read more »
Originally published on December 12, 2006 in The East African Standard (Nairobi) as an OP-ED. By James Isiche Nairobi A Read more »
In the video above, Kelvin Alie, a native of Dominica and IFAW's special assistant to the director of Wildlife and Habitat Read more »
The Big Fix Rig is one part of the Katrina & Rita Spay-Neuter Program for Pets and Stray Animals supported by IFAW, the Read more »
Animal shelters often see a number of non-traditional pets through their doors.  Reptiles, hamsters, birds, farm Read more »
December, just 36 hours before the Taiping 4 gorillas were due to depart for Cameroon, the South African Government delayed Read more »
The Humane Society of South Mississippi's building before the storm. If I had not been told that the coast of Read more »
It's that time of year to give a little bit more! If you're anything like me this time of year, you have already lined up Read more »
Lindy Reports: Penguins enjoy a bath at SANCCOB prior to being released back into the wild. I spent most of my Read more »
MSNBC is reporting on the story highlighted in this AP image of an Indonesian Tiger cub Dema licking fellow citizen Nia Read more »

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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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