Internationale netwerken versterken als wapen tegen wildlifecriminaliteit

Fri, 09/25/2015
De auteur met President Kenyatta.
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tenBoma, een verslag uit het veld: Handhavingsnetwerken als wapen tegen stropersnetwerken

Fri, 04/01/2016
De auteur neemt uitgeprinte analysegegevens door met IFAW-stafchef Faye Cuevas e

Dit is het eerste in een reeks verslagen van IFAW's tenBoma-team in KeniaDe auteur neemt uitgeprinte analysegegevens door met IFAW-stafchef Faye Cuevas en bekijkt GIS-mappingprogramma's met KWS-functionarissen.

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Tracking rescued dolphin shows promise for survival

Thu, 04/07/2016
IFAW rescued and released a single stranded dolphin

IFAW’s Misty Niemeyer and AmeriCorps Jori Barley support the dolphin in preparation for release.

About a week after rescuing and releasing a single stranded dolphin, reports from a satellite tag show the animal is faring well and has returned to open waters where dolphin pods congregate off the coast of Cape Cod.

VICTORY: Federal agencies announce long-awaited protections for captive big cats

Tue, 04/05/2016
Two recent US federal agency decisions will help both big cats and the public.

Two recent US federal agency decisions will help both big cats and the public.Two recent US federal agency decisions bring promise for improving the welfare of big cats in the US and restricting the trade in these imperiled species.

Canadian Commercial Seal Hunt to Open April 10th

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Tue, 04/05/2016
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Canadian Commercial Seal Hunt to Open April 10th

Canada’s commercial seal hunt will open once again on the East Coast on April 10th. The Canadian government has not announced the 2016 quota, but it will likely remain at 400,000 harp seals, 60,000 grey seals and 8,200 hooded seals. However, the commercial seal hunt is expected to kill only a fraction of this number.

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Toronto, Ontario
Press Contact
Press Contact: 
Res Krebs, IFAW Canada
Sonja Van Tichelen, IFAW EU
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+1 416 669 3459
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Mexico prevents rabies by vaccinating

Tue, 04/05/2016
Mexico prevents rabies by vaccinating

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The International Fund for Animal Welfare and our local partner, Coco´s Animal Welfare, participated in the annual municipal rabies campaign in Playa del Carmen for the fourth year in a row.