All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade

Equipping our rangers is an essential element of creating the team,” says Cliffo
6th December 2016 Mike Labuschagne
Poaching has left Kasungu National Park Malawi’s most depleted eco-system. The illegal slaughter began in the late Read more »
Three men are arrested for trafficking a tiger skin in India. Their identities a
28th November 2016 Jose Louies
To guard personal identities, some names have been changed and event sequences suitably modified. No statements in this blog Read more »
Abu Dhabi zoo’s festival raises wildlife awareness
28th November 2016
Held under the theme of ‘Wildlife: Keep it Wild and Alive – Stop the Illegal Pet Trade!” the two-day Al Read more »
Responding to US election results: IFAW steadfast in protecting animals
23rd November 2016 Azzedine Downes
What’s at stake The fight to save animals is at a crossroads. At stake are many of the fundamental protections for Read more »
The alleged smuggler of the 564 kg of ivory is facing a sentence of up to two ye
17th November 2016 Eleonora Panella
Today, numerous media outlets reported the seizure of 564 kilos of smuggled ivory in Vienna. The Austrian police discovered Read more »
De la nécessité de traduire les trafiquants de pangolin en justice en Afrique
15th November 2016 Mike Labuschagne
Pangolins young and old are slaughtered for their meat, scales and claws to be used as food and traditional medicines, Read more »
IFAW is disrupting poaching networks in partnerships with INTERPOL, and others a
IFAW is disrupting poaching networks in partnerships with INTERPOL, and others across the globe.

IFAW is disrupting poaching networks in partnerships with INTERPOL, and others across the globe.