IFAW北京猛禽救助中心年报(2001-2011)

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Ve, 04/06/2012
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IFAW北京猛禽救助中心年报(BRRC, 2001-2011)

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For International Tiger Day, look back at the journey of six rescued Amur tigers

Me, 07/29/2015
Today is International Tiger Day

International Tiger Day, also known as the Global Tiger Day, was established five years ago at the Tiger Summit in St. Petersburg, Russia, of which IFAW Russia was one of the organizers.

Tragedy of Cecil: Leader of pride, victim of trophy hunt

Ma, 07/28/2015

Jeff Flocken comments on CNN on the trophy hunt that led to the killing of Cecil the lion.  

Earlier this month, Cecil the Lion – a local celebrity who had reached iconic status amongst visiting tourists and researchers - was lured with food out of the safe confines of a national park in Zimbabwe.

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Missing an impassioned advocate on this International Tiger Day

Me, 07/29/2015
For the last two and a half decades, Peter Pueschel has led IFAW’s efforts to st

International Tiger Day is upon us once again.

In the normal course of affairs, International Fund for Animal Welfare’s Peter Pueschel would have written a blog on tigers.

IFAW Statement on the Killing of Cecil the Lion

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Ma, 07/28/2015
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Jeff Flocken, North American Regional Director for the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), issued the following statement in response to the death of Cecil the Lion, who was illegally killed for sport in Zimbabwe:

Australia’s Threatened Species Strategy promises big, but impact depends on execution

Lu, 07/27/2015
Koala recovery work will be prioritised by state and federal governments is good

Koala recovery work will be prioritised by state and federal governments is good news; the devil will be in the details.Recently I attended the Threatened Species Summit, where federal Environment Minister, Greg Hunt, launched the

Fuite d’informations confidentielles : un rapport fédéral confirme que le massacre des phoques n’a aucune justification scientifique

Ve, 07/17/2015
L’obsession du Canada pour la chasse aux phoques défie de plus en plus l’entende

L’obsession du Canada pour la chasse aux phoques défie de plus en plus l’entendement.

Ce billet a d’abord été publié dans le Huffington Post Canada le 15 juillet dernier sous le titre « The Government’s Grey Seal Cull is Not Based on Science ».

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