All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade

IFAW-funded equipment help Stepnoy Sanctuary staff place signs announcing road c
This blog comes to us from Vladimir Kalmykov, Director of the Stepnoy Sanctuary. –MV Every year at the beginning of Read more »
INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation found 21 advertisements for wildlife prod
14 June 2017 Tania McCrea-Steele
An INTERPOL report has found that some wildlife criminals are turning to the Darknet in their attempts to traffic products Read more »
Creating a network to defeat a network
5 June 2017 Azzedine Downes
Premiere episode of  Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly featured IFAW’s tenBoma program and its architect, Read more »
Donated ivory fingerprinting kit helps nab 15 trafficking suspects
2 June 2017 Jacqueline Nyagah
In October 2016, in efforts to combat wildlife crime, IFAW donated a fingerprinting kit to the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS Read more »
 Dying the tusks of elephants, like the one pictured above, would be a futile en
2 June 2017 Rikkert Reijnen
Poaching is an epidemic. Seeing carcasses of giant, majestic animals like elephants and rhinoceroses slaughtered for their Read more »
The seven-ton seizure represents thousands of pangolins being poached from the w
31 May 2017 Mark Hofberg
Just three weeks after the last massive pangolin seizure in Kuala Lumpur, another seven tons of pangolin scales were seized Read more »
tenBoma is the best chance we have to stop poachers.
tenBoma is the best chance we have to stop poachers.

tenBoma is the best chance we have to stop poachers.