Science Saving Elephants – International Partnership Helps Preserve Amboseli Elephants

Publication Date: 
din, 05/28/2013
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Science is taking the lead to secure habitat for elephants and other wildlife in Kenya’s Amboseli National Park.

Press Location: 
Nairobi, Kenya
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Steve Njumbi (IFAW East Africa)
Leslie Granese (The School for Field Studies, Communications, USA)
Christina Pretorius (IFAW Elephant Programme Communications Lead)
Moses Makonjio Okello, Ph.D. (The School for Field Studies, East Africa)
Contact phone: 
+2520 387 0540 or 387 48744
+1 978 219 5120
+27 21 701 8642
Mobiele telefoon: 
+254 (0) 722 205 556 or (0)733 601 827
+1 978 304 6963
+27 82 330 2558
+254 722 598 884, +254 736 322 088

ASPCA, IFAW, Code 3 Associates, RedRover & SAWA Assist Central OK Humane Society in Caring for Animals Displaced by Violent Tornado in Moore, Okla.

Publication Date: 
vri, 05/24/2013
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The ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®), at the request of Central Oklahoma Humane Society (OK Humane) in Oklahoma City, Okla., has dispatched its disaster response team to assist with shelter operations as the facility experiences an influx of animals affected by the devastating tornado that hit Moore, Okla. on May 20.

Press Location: 
New York
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Mediacontact: 
Mike Booth (IFAW HQ)
Kerry Branon (IFAW HQ)
Contact phone: 
+1 (508) 744-2076
+1 (508) 744-2068

Finding a way to secure the future of koalas

maa, 05/27/2013
The koala is one of Australia’s most recognisable animals yet, the species is in

Koala patient at Koala Hospital Port Macquarie.According to a global IFAW poll, the koala is one of Australia’s most recognisable and most loved animals.  Yet, despite its fame, the species is in dire trouble, but there is hope. 

Helping pets and owners reunite in the aftermath of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado

vri, 05/24/2013
Survivors of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado comb through the debris. c. IFAW/Stewar

Survivors of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado comb through the debris. c. IFAW/Stewart CookAt the request Central Oklahoma Humane Society (OK Humane), I arrived in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma today to help them reunite pets and their owners who were separated by the massive Moore tornado that plowed through the central part of the state on May 20 (Monday).

Helping pets and owners reunite in the aftermath of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado

vri, 05/24/2013
Survivors of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado comb through the debris. c. IFAW/Stewar

Survivors of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado comb through the debris. c. IFAW/Stewart CookAt the request Central Oklahoma Humane Society (OK Humane), I arrived in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma today to help them reunite pets and their owners who were separated by the massive Moore tornado that plowed through the central part of the state on May 20 (Monday).

Helping pets and owners reunite in the aftermath of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado

vri, 05/24/2013
Survivors of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado comb through the debris. c. IFAW/Stewar

Survivors of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado comb through the debris. c. IFAW/Stewart CookAt the request Central Oklahoma Humane Society (OK Humane), I arrived in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma today to help them reunite pets and their owners who were separated by the massive Moore tornado that plowed through the central part of the state on May 20 (Monday).

Community Ranger graduations mark a proud moment in helping protect Amboseli elephants

din, 05/28/2013
The graduates with Chairman Leturesh

The graduates with Chairman Leturesh.The loud voice of the parade commander and a booming brass band fill the air, competing with the melodies of chirping birds.

Eselreservat auf Bonaire freut sich über Spende des IFAW

woe, 05/22/2013
Der IFAW spendete 5000 Euro an das Eselreservat Bonaire.

Der IFAW spendete 5000 Euro an das Eselreservat Bonaire.Der Frühling hätte für das Eselreservat auf Bonaire nicht besser beginnen können. Es erhielt vom Internationalen Tierschutz-Fonds (IFAW) eine Spende über 5000 Euro!

Mehr Unterstützung für krisengebeutelte Tierheime auf Zypern

woe, 05/22/2013
Shannon Walajtys zu Besuch in einem Heim für Katzen auf Zypern.

Shannon Walajtys zu Besuch in einem Heim für Katzen auf Zypern.Stellen Sie sich vor, Sie wachen eines Morgens auf und stellen fest, dass Ihre Bank geschlossen ist und Sie kein Geld abheben können! Genau das geschah Ende März auf Zypern.