Finding a way to prevent a wildlife cull

Mon, 06/03/2013
IFAW UK office staff, some dressed in costume, during the March on June 1st.ac

When I put my brand new white trousers on this morning and I noticed how well they looked with my black and white IFAW T-shirt, I realised that today was going to be a good day. Today was the day I would become a badger.

IFAW finding a way to help care for Bali’s street dogs

Mon, 05/27/2013
IFAW and BAWA help banjars take responsibility of their dogs’ health

IFAW and BAWA help banjars take responsibility of their dogs’ healthIt’s a little-known secret that in the lush paradise of Bali, dog meat restaurants exist.

IFAW finds a way to rehabilitate and release an Amur tiger

Mon, 06/03/2013

Watch the amazing video of Cinderella's release back into the wild, shot on location by IFAW staff working in Russia.

I should consider myself truly lucky because I took part in Cinderella’s release to the wild.

Wolves, elephants, and the best (or worst) of intentions

Mon, 06/17/2013
Wolves, elephants, and the best (or worst) of intentions

The two groups filing the lawsuit have worked to reintroduce Mexican gray wolves to their native habitat in the Southwestern U.S.Two U.S.-based environmental groups have declared their intent to sue the federal government over just that – intent. 

IFAW helps care for wildlife victims in Oklahoma following Moore tornado

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Mon, 06/03/2013
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IFAW helps care for wildlife victims in Oklahoma following Moore tornado

Rescuers from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW - www.ifaw.org) have mobilized another team to Oklahoma. Their mission: to help care for wildlife affected by the devastating Moore tornado. Resident raptors, mammals and songbirds were injured and displaced by high winds and habitat destruction.

IFAW’s team is working with The WildCare Foundation located just 18 miles south of Moore in Noble, Oklahoma. The facility has received an additional 60 animals as a result of the disaster and reached out to IFAW for help.

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