WATCH: Kenya burns ivory from 10,000 poached elephants

din, 05/03/2016

Bearing witness to the destruction of 105 tonnes of elephant ivory in Kenya this past weekend was a moving experience.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare is wholly committed in the fight against the decimation of elephants for their ivory on a number of fronts. And we were proud to support the government of Kenya and the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on this somber occasion.

WATCH: Kenya burns ivory from 10,000 poached elephants

din, 05/03/2016

Bearing witness to the destruction of 105 tonnes of elephant ivory in Kenya this past weekend was a moving experience.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare is wholly committed in the fight against the decimation of elephants for their ivory on a number of fronts. And we were proud to support the government of Kenya and the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on this somber occasion.

WATCH: Kenya burns ivory from 10,000 poached elephants

din, 05/03/2016

Bearing witness to the destruction of 105 tonnes of elephant ivory in Kenya this past weekend was a moving experience.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare is wholly committed in the fight against the decimation of elephants for their ivory on a number of fronts. And we were proud to support the government of Kenya and the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on this somber occasion.

Warum Frankreichs Handelsverbot für Elfenbein so wichtig ist

maa, 05/02/2016
Mit dem fast kompletten Handelsverbot mit Elfenbein setzt Frankreich ein Zeichen

Mit einem fast vollständigen Verbot des Binnenhandels mit Elfenbein setzt Frankreich ein wichtiges Zeichen.

Das erste Maiwochenende 2016 wird als bedeutender Moment für die Rettung der letzten noch lebenden Elefanten in die Geschichte eingehen.

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Smuggled cobras rescued at Cairo airport thanks to our trainings

maa, 05/09/2016
Smuggling cobras and other kinds of reptiles is common in Egypt, but trafficking

Smuggling cobras and other kinds of reptiles is common in Egypt, but trafficking trainings help stop some criminals.Last month, 60 cobras were confiscated in the Cairo airport after a customs officer detected suspicious movement while monitoring the X-ray baggage scanner.

Cybercrime Savvy to Help South African Law Enforcers Crackdown on Illegal Online Wildlife Trade

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maa, 05/09/2016
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Law enforcers from nine provinces of South Africa will go into training in Johannesburg this week to learn the skills needed to combat illegal online trade in wildlife.

The first ever South Africa Wildlife Cybercrime Enforcement training is being held jointly by the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) and IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare), and draws together representatives from a gamut of law enforcement agencies countrywide.

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Video: Zes Russische beertjes beginnen nieuwe fase in buitenomheining

woe, 05/04/2016

Nu de berenjongen de overstap hebben gemaakt van flesvoeding naar eten uit een kom, en de temperaturen in Rusland milder zijn geworden, zijn ze klaar voor een nieuwe fase in hun leven: de verhuizing naar de buitenomheining.

Maar eerst werden de beertjes gewassen. En dat was hard nodig na het moeizame leerproces naar pap eten uit een kom.

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In memoriam: Dr Saskia Karius

vri, 05/06/2016
In memoriam: Dr Saskia Karius

In memoriam: Dr Saskia KariusYou never forget where you were when you first heard bad news. I was taking a day off after a conference in Accra, Ghana, doing the tourist thing in sticky, punishing heat.

BREAKING: Right whale calf found dead in Cape Cod waters, necropsy in progress

vri, 05/06/2016
Right whale calf found dead in Cape Cod waters

Right Whale Calf

I joined my fellow International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) responders last night to examine a dead North Atlantic right whale calf that had been reported off Morris Island and towed to a nearby beach by the local harbormaster.