IFAW- WTI Emergency Relief Network helps livestock and wild animals in flood-affected Indian states

Thu, 09/15/2016
In Chirang, local veterinarians in treated approximately 3,300 animals (mainly c

In Chirang, local veterinarians in treated approximately 3,300 animals (mainly cows, buffaloes, goats and pigs) mainly for parasitic infections, malnutrition, diarrhea and fever.As reports of floods hitting Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Bihar came in, field teams from the In

IFAW- WTI Emergency Relief Network helps livestock and wild animals in flood-affected Indian states

Thu, 09/15/2016
In Chirang, local veterinarians in treated approximately 3,300 animals (mainly c

In Chirang, local veterinarians in treated approximately 3,300 animals (mainly cows, buffaloes, goats and pigs) mainly for parasitic infections, malnutrition, diarrhea and fever.As reports of floods hitting Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Bihar came in, field teams from the In

IFAW- WTI Emergency Relief Network helps livestock and wild animals in flood-affected Indian states

Thu, 09/15/2016
In Chirang, local veterinarians in treated approximately 3,300 animals (mainly c

In Chirang, local veterinarians in treated approximately 3,300 animals (mainly cows, buffaloes, goats and pigs) mainly for parasitic infections, malnutrition, diarrhea and fever.As reports of floods hitting Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Bihar came in, field teams from the In

IFAW- WTI Emergency Relief Network helps livestock and wild animals in flood-affected Indian states

Thu, 09/15/2016
In Chirang, local veterinarians in treated approximately 3,300 animals (mainly c

In Chirang, local veterinarians in treated approximately 3,300 animals (mainly cows, buffaloes, goats and pigs) mainly for parasitic infections, malnutrition, diarrhea and fever.As reports of floods hitting Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Bihar came in, field teams from the In

IFAW- WTI Emergency Relief Network helps livestock and wild animals in flood-affected Indian states

Thu, 09/15/2016
In Chirang, local veterinarians in treated approximately 3,300 animals (mainly c

In Chirang, local veterinarians in treated approximately 3,300 animals (mainly cows, buffaloes, goats and pigs) mainly for parasitic infections, malnutrition, diarrhea and fever.As reports of floods hitting Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Bihar came in, field teams from the In

TENBOMA FIELD REPORT: Poachers stopped in Tsavo East as program expands west

Thu, 09/15/2016
Crime scene training in Tsavo.

Crime scene training in Tsavo.A few weeks ago, I was thrilled to hear that IFAW’s tenBoma team embedded with Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) developed actionable intelligence revealing a planned poaching operation targeting rhinos. The intelligence gathered drove a KWS offensive operation stopping the poachers at their hiding site very close to the rhino.  The rhinos were saved.

TENBOMA FIELD REPORT: Poachers stopped in Tsavo East as program expands west

Thu, 09/15/2016
Crime scene training in Tsavo.

Crime scene training in Tsavo.A few weeks ago, I was thrilled to hear that IFAW’s tenBoma team embedded with Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) developed actionable intelligence revealing a planned poaching operation targeting rhinos. The intelligence gathered drove a KWS offensive operation stopping the poachers at their hiding site very close to the rhino.  The rhinos were saved.

TENBOMA FIELD REPORT: Poachers stopped in Tsavo East as program expands west

Thu, 09/15/2016
Crime scene training in Tsavo.

Crime scene training in Tsavo.A few weeks ago, I was thrilled to hear that IFAW’s tenBoma team embedded with Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) developed actionable intelligence revealing a planned poaching operation targeting rhinos. The intelligence gathered drove a KWS offensive operation stopping the poachers at their hiding site very close to the rhino.  The rhinos were saved.

TENBOMA FIELD REPORT: Poachers stopped in Tsavo East as program expands west

Thu, 09/15/2016
Crime scene training in Tsavo.

Crime scene training in Tsavo.A few weeks ago, I was thrilled to hear that IFAW’s tenBoma team embedded with Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) developed actionable intelligence revealing a planned poaching operation targeting rhinos. The intelligence gathered drove a KWS offensive operation stopping the poachers at their hiding site very close to the rhino.  The rhinos were saved.