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A juvenile one-horned female rhino at an IFAW funded rehab center in India, grazing before her long-awaited move to Read more »
Daisey Meadowbrook, IFAW’s representative in Second Life, provided a briefing on the upcoming seal hunt in Canada for Read more »
IFAW Emergency Responder Valeria Ruoppolo talks about her trip to Cabo Virgenes to search for rehabilitated penguins who Read more »
I know I left you in anticipation of hearing about a new born calf and fresh placenta from my previous post...:) So here's 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 »
Kaziranga, India - March 2, 2007 Villagers in Khsiapung village have handed over an infant bear cub to a local NGO after Read more »
It was our second day in Solok, and our plans were to continue assessing damage done to surrounding areas: Tanah Datar, Read more »
IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller is currently in Indonesia working with CARE (Center for Animal Rescue & Read more »
IFAW's President and CEO, Fred O'Regan, gives his thoughts about the upcoming International Tiger Forum in St. Watch Video »
In this video public service announcement, produced by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, the point is made that Watch Video »
IFAW's South Asia Regional Director, Vivek Menon, addresses the delegates at the International Tiger Forum in St. Watch Video »
In this short video, produced by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, we make the case for funding the rangers of Watch Video »
In this short video produced by the International Fund for Animal Welfare Dr. Ian Robinson gives us an update on the Watch Video »
Canada remains defiant in its intent to challenge the EU seal product ban at the WTO, despite the estimated $10 million Watch Video »
As you know, the tiger is in trouble. That is why we are here at the International Tiger Forum in St. Petersburg. There are Watch Video »
This historic end to Russia’s harp seal hunt, announced by Yuriy Trutnev, Russia’s Minister of Natural Resources and Ecology, was applauded by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). IFAW has been working in Canada and throug Read more »
At the moment all 6 birds are alive and receiving veterinary care. The birds were discovered packed tightly in a cardboard box and in very poor condition. Only 1 of 6 birds has begun to eat on its own while the rest depend on force-feeds to survi Read more »
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) opposes Canada’s commercial seal hunt because of its unacceptable cruelty. The largest marine mammal hunt in the world sees seals being clubbed or shot, primarily so their fur can be used to prov Read more »
Canada’s commercial seal hunt is the largest hunt for marine mammals in the world. Sealers are allowed to kill 280,000 harp seal pups this year, provided they have begun to moult their white coats, which occurs when the animals are about two Read more »
Observers with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), who peacefully monitor the hunt each year, obtained further footage today showing seals suffering during the largest marine mammal slaughter in the world. Sealers on Canada’s e Read more »
The decision by the Sakhalin Energy Investment Company follows the recommendation of World Conservation Union (IUCN) scientists to discontinue seismic activity associated with controversial oil and gas extraction projects off the North-Eastern coa Read more »
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) applauded the decision as a significant victory in IFAW’s 40-year campaign to end Canada’s cruel commercial seal hunt. The ban will forbid the sale of seal products for profit within the Read more »
The operation, which involved Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) rangers, Namunyak Wildlife Conservation Trust (NWCT) scouts, and the local administration, began with the arrest of two Kenyan Somali poachers and one from the local community. An estimate Read more »
Representatives from Campaign Whale, Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA), the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society (WDCS) and World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) are handing in a Read more »
A juvenile one-horned female rhino at an IFAW funded rehab center in India, grazing before her long-awaited move to Read more »
Daisey Meadowbrook, IFAW’s representative in Second Life, provided a briefing on the upcoming seal hunt in Canada for Read more »
IFAW Emergency Responder Valeria Ruoppolo talks about her trip to Cabo Virgenes to search for rehabilitated penguins who Read more »
I know I left you in anticipation of hearing about a new born calf and fresh placenta from my previous post...:) So here's 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 »
Kaziranga, India - March 2, 2007 Villagers in Khsiapung village have handed over an infant bear cub to a local NGO after Read more »
It was our second day in Solok, and our plans were to continue assessing damage done to surrounding areas: Tanah Datar, Read more »
IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller is currently in Indonesia working with CARE (Center for Animal Rescue & 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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