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So...this is J.C. Bouvier, IFAW's Online Community Coordinator,...I'm about to host an informative event in Second Life, Read more »
Global warming is resulting in dramatically reduced ice coverage in the Gulf of St Lawrence and off Newfoundland. Scientists Read more »
In early March the ice floes of Eastern Canada are a breathtaking vision: an endless sea and sky filled with white as far as Read more »
Photo of Week is a feature that highlights the work IFAW does around the world everyday to rescue orphaned, injured, or Read more »
Late in the evening, about 9:30 p.m. three tiny new bear cubs were delivered to IFAW's orphan bear cub rehabilitation Read more »
All the bears cubs are within a week or two of the same age because bears give birth within a very brief period in the Read more »
Baby squirrel receiving daily feeding of suppliments so that it can be rehabilitated and released back into the wild: Read more »
Every Saturday at Wildcare (IFAW sponsored wildlife rehab center on Cape Cod) is a new adventure. (See previous post about Read more »
IFAW Senior Research and Projects Specialist Sheryl Fink is currently in Canada monitoring the seal hunt.  The update Read more »
It is something that must be done, so let’s do it right IFAW’s position on Cameron’s irrational badger Watch Video »
Elephants don’t have much to laugh about these days. And it’s our fault as humans. During the last couple of Watch Video »
Every year a number of frontline staff lose their lives while protecting India’s natural heritage. They often face Watch Video »
Yet again this was simply a great evening at the Villa Neukölln in Berlin, Germany. Hundreds of curious people were Watch Video »
Watch the video above - IFAW-WTI Wildlife Crime Prevention: Van Rakshak Project training in Pench Tiger Reserve ~~~ The Watch Video »
When Canada and Norway complained about the EU’s 2009 seal trade ban to the World Trade Organisation (WTO), the Watch Video »
Celebrations are underway on both sides of the world as tigers Svetlaya and Ustin were safely released back to wild. This Watch Video »
UPDATED: 3.6.14 Sheba has been gaining more and more confidence in her new environment, as her keepers report that she Watch Video »
Tupelo, Mississippi, a city best known as the birthplace of legendary Elvis Presley is no stranger to tornados. As a year- Watch Video »
The orphan tiger was found last March when it wandered into the village of Avangard desperately looking for food. It was captured without resistance by the tiger protection specialists from Inspection Tiger. The cub was given little chance of survivi Read more »
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), called on the Icelandic government to heed the international criticism and support responsible whale watching as a humane and profitable alternative to the cruelty of whaling. The joint demarche, a f Read more »
On January 12, a 7.0 earthquake – the largest in 200 years – rocked the small island nation, reducing buildings to rubble, and demolishing the capital, Port-au-Prince. Tens of thousands of people are feared dead and countries such as the Read more »
The ARCH team is meeting with officials from the Haitian government as well as international agencies such as the United Nations, to define the country’s most pressing animal-related problems, as well as identifying options for a wide-ranging, Read more »
Zambia amended its proposal to remove the request for a one-off sale of ivory, seeking only the downlisting of elephants from Appendix I to Appendix II. “This is a real victory for elephants,” said Jason Bell-Leask, Director of IFAW Sout Read more »
“Fighting to save these elephants paid off today with Parties taking note of the science demonstrating that Tanzanian elephants are still in peril,” said Jason Bell-Leask, Director of IFAW Southern Africa. “Poaching of elephants an Read more »
IFAW has partnered with the local humanitarian group Ravi Foundation already active in the province of Punjab. According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation some 200,000 cows, sheep, buffalo, goats and donkeys have already been lost and mill Read more »
The summit, which is hosted by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, has brought together heads of state and ministers from 13 tiger range countries. This crucial event for the future survival of wild tigers also marks the first time that the attent Read more »
The birds – called gyrfalcons – were discovered in two cartons being loaded with luggage into the hold of a plane bound for the Middle East. They were swaddled in cloth, hooded, and packed four to a box. The woman who checked the cartons Read more »
So...this is J.C. Bouvier, IFAW's Online Community Coordinator,...I'm about to host an informative event in Second Life, Read more »
Global warming is resulting in dramatically reduced ice coverage in the Gulf of St Lawrence and off Newfoundland. Scientists Read more »
In early March the ice floes of Eastern Canada are a breathtaking vision: an endless sea and sky filled with white as far as Read more »
Photo of Week is a feature that highlights the work IFAW does around the world everyday to rescue orphaned, injured, or Read more »
Late in the evening, about 9:30 p.m. three tiny new bear cubs were delivered to IFAW's orphan bear cub rehabilitation Read more »
All the bears cubs are within a week or two of the same age because bears give birth within a very brief period in the Read more »
Baby squirrel receiving daily feeding of suppliments so that it can be rehabilitated and released back into the wild: Read more »
Every Saturday at Wildcare (IFAW sponsored wildlife rehab center on Cape Cod) is a new adventure. (See previous post about Read more »
IFAW Senior Research and Projects Specialist Sheryl Fink is currently in Canada monitoring the seal hunt.  The update Read more »

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"Environmental crime wave costs world billions. Read Associated Press story with Azzedine Downes here.

Dallas Safari Club auctions permit to shoot an endangered black rhino in Namibia. Jeff Flocken provides voice of reason in National Geographic news article.”

More than 80 elephants in Zimbabwe have been poisoned with cyanide -- the latest victims of poachers keen to feed soaring global demand for illegally trafficked ivory. read more

Malawi hails IFAW for initiative to protect wildlife at Liwonde National Park aimed at decreasing poaching pressure; launched with government optimism the project will also reduce human, wildlife conflicts in the area. See the original article

 

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