All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade

The live falcons seized at the airport had their eyes stitched closed with surgi
2nd November 2016 Dima Abo Kous
Security authorities at Cairo International Airport managed to stop an Egyptian passenger who had attempted to smuggle 41 Read more »
IFAW, in partnership with KWS, is now set to collar six more elephants to augmen
31st October 2016 Steve Njumbi
Development is taking place in the remote rangelands of Kenya and Tanzania, home to the world’s most famous and Read more »
Even though we have known about rampant poaching in Kasungu, the IFAW-sponsored
26th October 2016 James Kinney
This blog was filed by Shannon Labuschagne from the field in Kasungu National Park in Malawi. When IFAW’s law Read more »
The author with a new ivory fingerprinting kit developed by the London Metropoli
24th October 2016 Azzedine Downes
The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) expanded its tenBoma counter-poaching partnership with the International Fund for Animal Read more »
Trophy hunting is only further exacerbating the pressures on the populations.
21st October 2016 Jeffrey Flocken
The Blood Lions documentary was a touchstone in the battle to stop canned lion hunting.   The US Fish and Wildlife Read more »
18th October 2016 Faye Cuevas, Esq.
Our tenBoma project continues to grow and make an impact for the protection of elephants. When we announced our partnership 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.