Endangered gibbons translocated to safety in India

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Endangered gibbons translocated to safety in India

A rescue operation to save an isolated group of endangered Hoolock gibbons began on Sunday in the remote village of Dello in northeast India. Stranded in small clusters of trees, the gibbons are some of the last apes found in India. The first two individuals were successfully translocated and released into a safe habitat in Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary, yesterday.

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Natural disasters take center stage at UN climate negotiations

Lun, 11/28/2011
UNFCCC web page.

It is becoming increasingly evident that as climate change progresses, natural disasters will likely occur with increasing frequency and severity, and continue to deal a heavy blow to wildlife and the other animals upon which people rely for livelihoods and companionship such as livestock and pets.

Dogger Bank survey: Nearing the end

Lun, 11/21/2011
Throughout the survey kittiwakes were the most prevalent bird sighted, with grou

SOTW heads up the River Orwell towards Ipswich.As we enter the mouth of the River Orwell bound for Song of the Whale’s berth back in Ipswich, here in the U.K., the team are excited at the prospect of stepping ashore after several weeks at sea, and looking forward to a well deserved pint of beer.

Dogger Bank Journal: 'Its Wednesday, so we must be in Dutch waters?!’

Jue, 11/17/2011
A white-beaked dolphin bow-riding.

Sightings and detections of harbour porpoises continue intermittently throughout the western survey block.As we begin the long track from the west side of the large Dogger Bank survey block, seals dominate the morning’s sightings.

Dogger Bank Survey: harbour porpoises, moonlit sightings and owls!

Mié, 11/16/2011
IFAW Song of the Whale: Saving fuel and making the best of light winds.

Saving fuel and making the best of light winds. Six days in and we have completed two of our smaller survey blocks, the first close to the Hornsea wind farm and the second covering the UK proposed Special Area of Conservation over the Dogger Bank. Each block was covered by several zigzag transect lines surveying a total distance of 600 km.

Animal advocates and zoos seek common ground

Mié, 11/23/2011
The Swiss Animal Protection Society celebrates more than 100 years of existance.

The Swiss Animal Protection Society, celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, held a wildlife conference in Zurich last week exploring trends and problems in modern zoo keeping. I was honoured to have been invited to speak alongside representatives of the animal welfare and zoo communities in Switzerland.

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With a bit of teamwork, a stranded dolphin returns to the ocean

Lun, 11/28/2011
A single stranded dolphin in the IFAW MMRR rescue trailer.

Satellite follows movements of rescued dolphin on Cape Cod

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Based on historical and anecdotal data, it has been a long-standing belief in marine mammal science that a single-stranded social dolphin could not survive being released on its own; thus it was recommended that the animal be humanely euthanized.

Our man arrives in Bergen, Norway for the Convention on Migratory Species

Lun, 11/28/2011
Our Man in Bergen – A report from the Convention on Migratory Species

I just arrived in Bergen, a very nice, historic Hanseatic city in Norway. Unfortunately at this time of the year daylight hours are very short. Bergen is hosting the 10th meeting of the Convention for Migratory Species (CMS). The International Fund for Animal Welfare regards the CMS as one of the key global biodiversity conservation treaties. They excel in bringing range states and organizations like IFAW together to create agreements which actively protect wildlife and habitats.

Norway harpoons efforts to recognise whaling as threat to whales at international forum

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Vie, 11/25/2011

An intergovernmental conservation body representing more than 100 countries has failed to recognise whaling as a threat to whale conservation following objections from Norway, one of the last three countries still killing whales for commercial reasons.

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