IFAW partenaire du spectacle « Histoire d’Ivoire » au Festival Mondial des Théâtres de Marionnettes

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Sep 7 2017
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IFAW partenaire du spectacle « Histoire d’Ivoire » au Festival Mondial des Théât

Depuis sa création en 1961 à Charleville-Mézières (Ardennes), le Festival Mondial des Théâtres de Marionnettes est devenu le rendez-vous incontournable des marionnettistes, des programmateurs et des publics du monde entier. Il accueille, en salles et en extérieur, de nombreux spectacles faisant la part belle aux différentes techniques de manipulation et dispositifs scéniques.

Press Location: 
Reims, France
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Press Contact: 
Romina Sanfourche, Chargée de communication
Anne Perthuis, Service de presse IFAW France
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03 26 48 64 79
01 53 53 36 87
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06 12 36 40 07

Tiger found roaming an Atlanta neighborhood underscores the need for the Big Cat Public Safety Act

Sep 6 2017
An adult male tiger moves through the forest in Madhya Pradesh, India.

UPDATE: The tiger has now been identified. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources reports that an official with Feld Entertainment, a company contracted to transport the tiger, called to report the missing tiger after seeing same-day news reports. The six-year old tiger's name was Suzy, and she was being transported from Sarasota, Florida to Tennessee where she was to be flown to Germany for a European circus.

Kasungu National Park’s wildlife is recovering after 25 years of poaching

Sep 6 2017
elephant calf in kasungu national park

The increase in scale and nature of the illegal wildlife trade combined with Malawi’s previously undeveloped and ineffective law enforcement efforts has had a devastating effect on the nation’s wildlife. Kasungu National Park, Malawi’s oldest protected area was once a thriving ecosystem with an abundance of wildlife. Rhino and lion populations that were once flourishing have been completely wiped out, while elephant numbers went from 2,000 in the 1980’s to just over 50 in 2015.

30 килограммовые медведи готовы вернуться в лес.

Sep 6 2017

Медвежата активно растут и хорошо набирают вес. На начало августа их вес медвежат, поступивших в Центр в феврале-марте, был уже около 30 кг, что является очень хорошим показателем. Однако вес медвежат, поступивших в апреле-июне существенно меньше и по сегодняшний день. Мы продолжаем медвежат кормить кашей, также их в рацион входят яблоки, которые позволят им продолжать активно набирать вес.

Internationally renowned street artist brings his world mural tour to London to highlight plight of endangered wildlife

Publication Date: 
Sep 5 2017
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Internationally renowned street artist brings his world mural tour to London to
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Internationally renowned street artist brings his world mural tour to London to

Who: ‘Sonny’ – South African (British-born) street artist with a global following uses his dramatic style of street art to create eye-catching murals depicting endangered wildlife and brings his ‘To The Bone’ tour to London in the next seven days.

Press Location: 
London
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Press Contact: 
Philip Mansbridge, IFAW
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07860 920796
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IFAW honors two staff members with Amboseli travel

Sep 5 2017
ifaw brand ambassadors visit amboseli national park in kenya

IFAW staffers Angela Williams and Debbie Zinck were recipients of our organization-wide 2016 Barbara Fried Brand Ambassador Award, which recognizes two staff members who would not otherwise have the opportunity to visit an IFAW project. 

Koalas in Eukalyptusplantagen – tragisches Schicksal in Australien

Sep 5 2017
Koalas in Eukalyptusplantagen – tragisches Schicksal in Australien

Dieser Koala wurde während der Holzernte zwischen den Baumresten gefunden - verängstigt und ohne Mutter. Er kann nirgendwo mehr hin und findet kaum noch Nahrung.

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Rescued Rhino Rehabilitated by IFAW-WTI and the Assam Forest Department into Manas National Park Gives Birth to Second Calf in the Wild

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Sep 5 2017
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Rescued Rhino Rehabilitated by IFAW-WTI and the Assam Forest Department into Man
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Rescued Rhino Rehabilitated by IFAW-WTI and the Assam Forest Department into Man

‘Jamuna’, a female rhino that had been rehabilitated into the wild by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and the Assam Forest Department in 2010, has given birth to her second calf in Manas National Park, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, this morning.

Press Location: 
Manas National Park, Assam
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Press Contact: 
Dr Bhaskar Choudhury
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