Surviving Nepal's earthquake, a first hand account

vri, 05/01/2015
Several lodges and houses were damaged but luckily the resident dogs and yaks ar

Several lodges and houses were damaged but luckily the resident dogs and yaks are faring well.As a member of IFAW's Disaster response team for almost a decade now, I've been fortunate to help animals and people in need in the aftermath of the world's biggest disasters like the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan, China or the one in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 201

Surviving Nepal's earthquake, a first hand account

vri, 05/01/2015
Several lodges and houses were damaged but luckily the resident dogs and yaks ar

Several lodges and houses were damaged but luckily the resident dogs and yaks are faring well.As a member of IFAW's Disaster response team for almost a decade now, I've been fortunate to help animals and people in need in the aftermath of the world's biggest disasters like the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan, China or the one in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 201

Surviving Nepal's earthquake, a first hand account

vri, 05/01/2015
Several lodges and houses were damaged but luckily the resident dogs and yaks ar

Several lodges and houses were damaged but luckily the resident dogs and yaks are faring well.As a member of IFAW's Disaster response team for almost a decade now, I've been fortunate to help animals and people in need in the aftermath of the world's biggest disasters like the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan, China or the one in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 201

Surviving Nepal's earthquake, a first hand account

vri, 05/01/2015
Several lodges and houses were damaged but luckily the resident dogs and yaks ar

Several lodges and houses were damaged but luckily the resident dogs and yaks are faring well.As a member of IFAW's Disaster response team for almost a decade now, I've been fortunate to help animals and people in need in the aftermath of the world's biggest disasters like the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan, China or the one in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 201

Surviving Nepal's earthquake, a first hand account

vri, 05/01/2015
Several lodges and houses were damaged but luckily the resident dogs and yaks ar

Several lodges and houses were damaged but luckily the resident dogs and yaks are faring well.As a member of IFAW's Disaster response team for almost a decade now, I've been fortunate to help animals and people in need in the aftermath of the world's biggest disasters like the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan, China or the one in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 201

Whaling season expected to begin imminently in Iceland

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Minke whaling season is expected to start shortly in Iceland with whaling boats already on the move.

Before any whales are harpooned in Icelandic waters this year, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is urging the Icelandic government to respect the wishes of Reykjavik City Council which recently passed a cross-party resolution calling on the minister of fisheries to create an enlarged sanctuary for whales in Faxafloi Bay.

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London, UK
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Clare Sterling (IFAW UK)
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+44 (0)20 7587 6708
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+44 (0)7917 507717
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Winter ade – Die Hunde in Nordkanada müssen nicht mehr frieren

don, 04/16/2015
Winter ist eine von vier Welpen, die jemand mutterseelenallein draußen fand.

 

Sehen Sie in unserer Slideshow, wie die Hundehütten gebaut und an ihren Bestimmungsort gebracht wurden.

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SLIDESHOW: Bear cubs in Russia get the spa treatment

don, 04/30/2015
In a den the mother bear constantly cares about her cubs hygiene.

 

In the wild, the mother bear constantly cares for her cubs’ hygiene, licking them when they are near her tongue.

First Ever Africa-wide Plan to Tackle Illegal Trade in Fauna and Flora

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don, 04/30/2015
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First Ever Africa-wide Plan to Tackle Illegal Trade in Fauna and Flora

African Heads of State, government representatives and conservation experts have gathered in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo this week for the International Conference on Illegal Trade in Wild Fauna and Flora in Africa.

With 22 countries represented at ministerial level, the conference is seen as a political show of force by African nations making it clear they are determined to take a zero tolerance approach to wildlife crime, including poaching of elephants and rhinos, and illegal trafficking.

Press Location: 
Brazzaville, Republic of Congo
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Mediacontact: 
Satyen Sinha (IFAW WTI)
Christina Pretorius (IFAW, SA)
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+32 (0) 479 032 996
+27 82 330 2558