Snow Leopard Cub taken from the Wild in Pakistan gets new Home

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Don, 12/04/2014
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Snow Leopard Cub taken from the Wild in Pakistan gets new Home

An orphaned snow leopard taken from the wild and placed in a small cage on the side of Pakistan’s Karakoram highway will get a new home thanks to Snow Leopard Foundation, Parks and Wildlife Department, Gilgit-Baltistan, US State Department’s Embassy in Islamabad, Snow Leopard Trust, Snow Leopard Conservancy and International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW).

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Yarmouth Port, MA
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Michael Booth (IFAW HQ)
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+1 (508) 744-2076
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IPAW Doggie Diaries: Bindi and the new addition

Die, 12/02/2014
Bindi Slater (right) and Cooper Cronk (left)

Bindi Slater (right) and Cooper Cronk (left)My two beautiful dogs, Bindi Slater and Cooper Cronk are inseparable.  But it hasn’t always been that way. Take a read of how Bindi felt when Cronk came to join our household.

Bindi – lives with Supporter Relations Representative, Casey Samaeli

VIDÉO : Un engagement historique en faveur des espèces migratrices

Mit, 11/12/2014

La semaine dernière, l’équipe d’IFAW s’est rendue à Quito, en Équateur, afin de plaider pour l’inscription de plusieurs espèces menacées aux Annexes de la Convention sur la conservation des espèces migratrices appartenant à la faune sauvage (CMS).

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This Giving Tuesday, send a get well #unselfie to Suni the elephant

Die, 12/02/2014
This #GivingTuesday, send a get well selfie to Suni the elephant

This #GivingTuesday, Sarah Davies from partner Game Rangers International gives us an update on their patient, Suni, an young elephant currently undergoing rehab with at the GRI facility in Africa. Watch the overview video above produced by IFAW. --ED

Suni has had a great few months and appears to be thriving, despite the on-going issues surrounding the nerve damage in her back leg.

See video

This Giving Tuesday, send a get well #unselfie to Suni the elephant

Die, 12/02/2014
This #GivingTuesday, send a get well selfie to Suni the elephant

This #GivingTuesday, Sarah Davies from partner Game Rangers International gives us an update on their patient, Suni, an young elephant currently undergoing rehab with at the GRI facility in Africa. Watch the overview video above produced by IFAW. --ED

Suni has had a great few months and appears to be thriving, despite the on-going issues surrounding the nerve damage in her back leg.

See video

This Giving Tuesday, send a get well #unselfie to Suni the elephant

Die, 12/02/2014
This #GivingTuesday, send a get well selfie to Suni the elephant

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This #GivingTuesday, Sarah Davies from partner Game Rangers International gives us an update on their patient, Suni, an young elephant currently undergoing rehab with at the GRI facility in Africa. Watch the overview video above produced by IFAW. --ED

Suni has had a great few months and appears to be thriving, despite the on-going issues surrounding the nerve damage in her back leg.

See video

This Giving Tuesday, send a get well #unselfie to Suni the elephant

Die, 12/02/2014
This #GivingTuesday, send a get well selfie to Suni the elephant

This #GivingTuesday, Sarah Davies from partner Game Rangers International gives us an update on their patient, Suni, an young elephant currently undergoing rehab with at the GRI facility in Africa. Watch the overview video above produced by IFAW. --ED

Suni has had a great few months and appears to be thriving, despite the on-going issues surrounding the nerve damage in her back leg.

See video

Het doel van Japan is om meer walvissen te doden, niet minder

Die, 11/18/2014
 Hoewel de Japanse regering aanvankelijk zei de uitspraak van het Internationaal

 Hoewel de Japanse regering aanvankelijk zei de uitspraak van het Internationaal Gerechtshof te respecteren, heeft premier Shinzo Abe aangekondigd dat Japan toch weer op walvissen gaat jagen rond Antarctica.

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Verborgen camera maakt foto van vrijgelaten Russische tijger Koezja in China - en hij maakt het goed

Die, 11/18/2014
Koezja © Taipinggou Nature Reserve

Koezja © Taipinggou Nature Reserve

We hebben geweldig nieuws: we hebben onlangs een foto binnengekregen van Koezja, onze reiziger. Koezja is een van de gerehabiliteerde Siberische tijgers die we in mei van dit jaar in het Verre Oosten van Rusland weer hebben vrijgelaten in het wild.

We zijn enorm blij voor hem!

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