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Dallas Safari Club announced that a hunting package including an elephant kill w
22nd January 2015 Jeffrey Flocken
Late last week, the Dallas Safari Club announced that they would be auctioning off an elephant hunt in Africa as Read more »
CLAW has served Syferbult with animal and humanitarian support for a few years.
21st January 2015 Blessing Chiriseri
Dr Blessing Chiriseri, veterinarian with IFAW’s Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, recently had the Read more »
This week, the IFAW-WTI team took Oli to a natural stream for release.
21st January 2015 Subhamoy Bhattacharjee
Oli is an otter. In September of 2013, Oli and two of his siblings, so young that they had not yet opened up their eyes to Read more »
In a four week period the New England Aquarium brought in over 700 sea turtles.
20th January 2015 Kristen Pachett
This post was filed by Belinda Rubinstein, one of our IFAW Marine Mammal Rescue and Research responders that helped care for Read more »
IFAW provided dog food, human relief and medical assistance to the people of Eas
15th January 2015 Jennifer Gardner
This report was filed by May Angela Felix-Razon, IFAW Disaster Response Coordinator based in the Philippines. --JG As we Read more »
Why Japan won’t defy the World Court and resume high-seas whaling
14th January 2015 Patrick Ramage
New Year’s Greetings, Whale Huggers and others, 2014 was a year of unprecedented, positive developments for anyone who Read more »
An IFAW Rescuer holding a grounded Ringed storm petrel
13th January 2015 Gail A’Brunzo
Every year between April and July in Lima, Peru, ringed storm petrels “fall from the sky” and nobody is quite Read more »
Zolushka was the first successfully rehabilitated cub to be reintroduced into th
12th January 2015 Anna Filippova
Five of the six Amur tigers released in the last two years through a multi-group collaboration are being closely monitored Read more »
After being released in 2014 Ustin has returned to the rehabilitation center in
Even though Ustin, one of five Amur Tigers released in 2014, showed much potential for a successful life in the wild, he Read more »
Animal relief operations start following monster typhoon in the Philippines
12th November 2013
Today, an International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) animal rescue team reached Tacloban, a community in the island of Leyte that bared the brunt of record-shattering Super Typhoon Haiyan (locally known as Yolanda) last Friday. IFAW is working with Read more »
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6th November 2013
Chinese customs officials said yesterday they had bust two international smuggling rings responsible for trafficking nearly US$100-million of elephant ivory from Africa to China. Xinhua news agency reports that a long term investigation by China Read more »
IFAW to world leaders: Partner with INTERPOL, NGOs to stop wildlife crime
6th November 2013
Hundreds of ministerial level representatives from around the world gather today at the INTERPOL - UNEP International Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Conference (ECEC) to explore common strategies for combatting the growing menace of environ Read more »
IFAW joins pioneering efforts  to save orphan elephants in Zambia
1st November 2013
Game Rangers International (GRI) and the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) welcomes the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) as a new partner of the Elephant Orphanage Project in Zambia today. The partnership between the three organiz Read more »
Workshop on Shark Conservation in Yemen
25th October 2013
Yemen Environment Protection Authority (EPA) and International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW - www.ifaw.org) with kind support from the CMS Secretariat organized specialized training on prevention of wildlife trafficking on sharks and other CITES lis Read more »
IFAW – Zimbabwe Elephant Massacre a Cruel Tragedy
25th October 2013
As many as 350 elephants are now believed to have been poisoned to death for their ivory in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, one of Africa’s premier conservation areas. The elephants were poisoned when poachers laced waterholes and natural salt Read more »
International Fund for Animal Welfare’s Grace Gabriel honored with  Condé Nast T
22nd October 2013
Grace Gabriel, Asia Regional Director for the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW – www.ifaw.org), was today announced a runner-up winner for the 24 annual Condé Nast Traveler Environmental Award, published in the November issue. Read more »
Leopard claw seizures a worrying trend for Indian wildlife.
22nd October 2013
Two persons from a nomadic tribe were arrested with 21 leopard claws from Trimbakeshwar near Nasik in Central India, last Saturday, by the Maharashtra Forest Department assisted by the International Fund for Animal Welfare-Wildlife Trust of India (IF Read more »
WCD and IFAW-WTI train and equip Bhutan’s forest rangers for tiger protection
22nd October 2013
The Wildlife Conservation Division of Bhutan along with the International Fund for Animal Welfare – Wildlife Trust of India (IFAW-WTI) have launched a month-long training for around 450 forest rangers for effective wildlife crime prevention in Read more »
IFAW FY2016 Board List
A pdf document showing the Fiscal Year 2016 board members. Read more »
The U.S. March to Save Elephants Infographic
The U.S. March to save Elephants An elephant is killed, on average, every 15 minutes for its ivory…… the U.S. r Read more »
IFAW Annual Report 2014
IFAW Annual Report 2014 Read more »
IFAW Annual Report 2014
IFAW Annual Report 2014 Read more »
Dwarf Minke Whale Fact Sheet
Dwarf minke whales are the smallest of the minke whales and have only been seen in the southern hemisphere. These inquisitive Read more »
World of Animals Issue 21
World of Animals Issue 21 Read more »
A pdf document showing the Fiscal Year 2015 honorary board members.
A pdf document showing the Fiscal Year 2015 honorary board members. Read more »
World Wildlife Day Infographic Serious Stats About Wildlife Crime
World Wildlife Day Infographic Serious Stats About Wildlife Crime Read more »
18th March 2015 by
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is changing its position on the Hunting Act and calling for a number of Read more »
It is always important to realise that the quality of life of the animal will on
17th March 2015 by Blessing Chiriseri
Dr. Blessing Chiriseri, is a veterinarian with IFAW’s Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. The clinic Read more »
17th March 2015 by Azzedine Downes
More than 200 guests came together the other night at the historic Telegraph building on Tverskaya Street in downtown Read more »
The IFAW-WTI run CWRC-MVS rescued 19 vultures in March
17th March 2015 by Rupa Gandhi Chaudhary
This first-person account was submitted by IFAW-Wildlife Trust of India vet. Dr. Bishwajit Boruah, who did the work to Read more »
A Parrot drone. Image: Wikipedia
16th March 2015 by Azzedine Downes
What if technology could help us stop poaching before it happened? All of us concerned about the devastating number of Read more »
It is very encouraging to see how UK Falcons took the opportunity to improve the
16th March 2015 by Tania McCrea-Steele
Shopping online has become part of our daily lives. We might buy our food shopping over the internet or surf online Read more »
tenBoma—from fighting terrorism to saving elephants
16th March 2015 by
A unique partnership designed to lead to a breakthrough in the elephant poaching crisis was announced today by Prof. Judi Read more »
The past year has seen the numbers of poached rhinos soar, with South Africa los
13th March 2015 by Tania McCrea-Steele
Wildlife cybercrime is rising to the fore on the political and enforcement agenda. For the first time ever, G7 members Read more »
The ban on importing lion trophies reflects the Australian public’s abhorrence t
13th March 2015 by Isabel McCrea
Would you have guessed that Australians imported the bodies of 29 African lions in the three years to 2013? Add in four lion Read more »

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Michael Booth and Brant Backlund on nationalgeographic.com: How to Move a Two-Ton Elephant to Safety –  read more.

Philip Mansbridge, UK director  in The Guardian: “Trail hunting is being used as a ruse to allow illegal hunts to continue.”  –  read more.

Tania McCrea-Steele, Campaigns and Enforcement Manager for IFAW UK on theguardian.com:  “The ivory ban is working well on eBay sites”- read more.

Peter LaFontaine, Campaigns Officer, Washington, DC office on PBS NewsHour Rundown: “The International Fund for Animal Welfare released a study last month that surveyed Craigslist sites for 28 cities.”- read more.

 

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