This is the third wildlife law enforcement training being
held by IFAW in the region since 2007. The trainings cover implementation and
enforcement of international wildlife law, interagency cooperation, intelligence
techniques, species identification, management of physical and forensic
evidence, and the care and transport of confiscated animals.
The wider Caribbean is rich in biodiversity and home to many
commercially important species such as parrots, macaws, snakes and amphibians.
However, the illegal and unsustainable trade in wildlife presents a major