Photos of flood tell a grim story

Fri, 06/29/2012
Hogdeer waits to be rescued

These photos from the IFAW Wildlife Rescue Center in Assam show how devastating the flood is.  It is taking a huge toll on helpless wildlife that has nowhere to go as the waters rise.  IFAW is scrambling to rescue baby rhinos, elephants, deer, and numerous other animals as the waters rise.  Please donate now and help us save these and other animals in need.

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Photos of flood tell a grim story

Fri, 06/29/2012
Hogdeer waits to be rescued

These photos from the IFAW Wildlife Rescue Center in Assam show how devastating the flood is.  It is taking a huge toll on helpless wildlife that has nowhere to go as the waters rise.  IFAW is scrambling to rescue baby rhinos, elephants, deer, and numerous other animals as the waters rise.  Please donate now and help us save these and other animals in need.

Location: 

Photos of flood tell a grim story

Fri, 06/29/2012
Hogdeer waits to be rescued

These photos from the IFAW Wildlife Rescue Center in Assam show how devastating the flood is.  It is taking a huge toll on helpless wildlife that has nowhere to go as the waters rise.  IFAW is scrambling to rescue baby rhinos, elephants, deer, and numerous other animals as the waters rise.  Please donate now and help us save these and other animals in need.

Location: 

Photos of flood tell a grim story

Fri, 06/29/2012
Hogdeer waits to be rescued

These photos from the IFAW Wildlife Rescue Center in Assam show how devastating the flood is.  It is taking a huge toll on helpless wildlife that has nowhere to go as the waters rise.  IFAW is scrambling to rescue baby rhinos, elephants, deer, and numerous other animals as the waters rise.  Please donate now and help us save these and other animals in need.

Location: 

Photos of flood tell a grim story

Fri, 06/29/2012
Hogdeer waits to be rescued

These photos from the IFAW Wildlife Rescue Center in Assam show how devastating the flood is.  It is taking a huge toll on helpless wildlife that has nowhere to go as the waters rise.  IFAW is scrambling to rescue baby rhinos, elephants, deer, and numerous other animals as the waters rise.  Please donate now and help us save these and other animals in need.

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Working to steer whales meeting into calmer waters

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Fri, 06/29/2012
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Working to steer whales meeting into calmer waters
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Working to steer whales meeting into calmer waters

On the eve of the annual meeting of the conservation body set up to protect whales – the International Whaling Commission (IWC) – there are fears this year’s meeting could be over before it begins.

As delegates from around the world gather in Panama City, Panama for the opening of the 64th IWC meeting on Monday, there is concern that this year’s meeting could be sabotaged from the outset by Japan and the rest of the pro-whaling bloc.

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London, UK
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Clare Sterling (IFAW, UK)
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International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) Names New Board Chairman

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Fri, 06/29/2012
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International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) Names New Board Chairman

Ms. Kathleen Savesky has been appointed the new Chair of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW - www.ifaw.org), bringing a wealth of animal welfare and education expertise to the role.

Ms. Savesky has more than 35 years of leadership in the not-for-profit and higher education sectors, predominantly focused on animal welfare.  She has significant experience in vision-centered strategy and program development as well as leadership coaching.

Press Location: 
Yarmouth Port, MA
Press Contact
Press Contact: 
Cynthia Carson (IFAW, US)
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+1 202-536-1921
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Slideshow: Cozumel comes together to show their love of dogs and cats

Mon, 07/02/2012
Watch this slideshow of participants in the Cozumel "Walk for Animals".

Fighting wildlife trafficking in Central Asia through training front-line enforcement agents

Fri, 06/29/2012
Fighting wildlife trafficking in Central Asia through training front-line enforc

A female trainee from Kazakhstan walked through openly wearing an illegal ivory bracelet.About 30 customs officials, border police and wildlife law enforcement agents from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgystan and Mongolia came together in Almaty, Kazakhstan, for a five-day International Fund for Animal Welfare training workshop on the Prevention of Wildlife Trafficking.

Deconstructing the Australian marine reserves proposal

Thu, 06/28/2012
The world’s largest network of marine reserves would be created under the Austra

The world’s largest network of marine reserves would be created under the Australian federal government plan.You’ve undoubtedly heard about the federal government’s recent commitment to establish a number of additional Australian marine reserves as it’s received a lot of coverage, both at