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Two weeks ago, we were invited to participate in a Free Spay and Neuter campaign at Akumal, little town located between Read more »
This post was filed by Kristin Ohman who is a member of the Nyangumi Humpback Research Team working throughout the next few Read more »
So patience is a virtue as they say. After nine days on land due to the rough weather we took to carrying out some land- Read more »
Lately, the weather was favorable, and we went out on the boat during five days in a row. It was truly enjoyable for us to Read more »
After our last blog, we went out to the sea three times; we sighted two more females with calves, both of them were known as Read more »
Lots and lots of whales... The whales are surely here now and we’ve already seen our first competitive pods (“active group Read more »
I’m not sure who saw the dog first or who was the first to tell the driver to “stop!” but it may have been all of us as it Read more »
The first thing that my computer did was cursing the absence of Internet. It did not matter to him that the phone here did Read more »
We have not been lucky with the weather for a while – the time of fogs came to Piltun. It’s been two weeks of staying at Read more »
We're back in Tacloban to continue our animal rescue operations. I'm now joined by two veterinarians and an Watch Video »
In the brief video above, Dr. Jane Goodall and Sir Iain Douglas-Hamilton ask the nations of the world to call for a global Watch Video »
After speaking with ministerial level representatives from around the world at the INTERPOL - UNEP International Watch Video »
In this brief and heart warming video, an International Fund for Animal Welfare Marine Mammal Rescue & Research team Watch Video »
More than 500 South African school children attended Jungle Theatre Company performances. In the video above, the author Watch Video »
In the video above, IFAW CEO Azzedine Downes discusses why the opening of the Chikolongo Community Fish Farm is Watch Video »
In the video above, we see key footage obtained by Wildlife Crime Investigators for the International Fund for Animal Watch Video »
In this three part series, we follow the International Fund for Animal Welfare's purpose built research vessel, the Watch Video »
Proximity does matter. When you work in an international animal welfare organisation, you spend a lot of time in long Watch Video »
The Washington paper of “Watergate” fame obtained secret documents and broke the story of the whaling plan yesterday (January 25). Patrick Ramage, Global Whale Programme Director for the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) s Read more »
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) wants thousands of people across the UK to strike a whale tail pose and get involved in ‘Tails for Whales’. Model and presenter Twiggy and comedienne Jo Brand are among celebrities alrea Read more »
Patrick Ramage, Whale Programme Director with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), said: “The plan released today is a bad deal for whales and international efforts to protect them. “It would lift the commercial whaling mo Read more »
Yesterday’s (26th) announcement of this new accord between the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the State Fisheries Committee came just one day after Russia’s Prime Minister, Vladimir Putin, said: “[this] is suc Read more »
During the meeting, a package deal will be presented which is essentially a one-way compromise that could lift the commercial whaling moratorium, allow the government of Japan to kill endangered species and permit illegal, high seas whaling to con Read more »
The first cat was found in Borpothar, Golaghat district, in February this year. “The Assam Forest Department officials collected it from the villagers and brought it to CWRC for hand-raising and care. It was about one-month-old then,” Read more »
“Of course we are pleased,” said Sheryl Fink, Senior Researcher with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). “If market conditions ultimately lead to the demise of this inhumane slaughter, that’s fine by us. If ou Read more »
“One of the immediate challenges faced at this time is with displaced pets that need food in the tent cities,” said IFAW veterinarian Anand Ramanathan. “Another urgent problem is locating livestock in the mountains, especially ca Read more »
On Saturday, the accused parties reportedly received information that two men had arrived on the beach in a boat stacked to the brim with protected wildlife species from Venezuela. The officers then went to the beach and robbed the men at gunpoint Read more »
Annual Report 1 July 2010 - 30 June 2011 Read more »
Our mission is to improve the welfare of wild and domestic animals throughout the world by reducing commercial exploitation o Read more »
Scientific whaling has been used to keep the whaling industry in business through a period when commercial whaling is banne Read more »
Cape Cod is one of only a few places in the world where multiple whales and dolphins frequently beach themselves. These mass Read more »
Popularization of Alternatives to Dolphin Oil Among Fishermen for the Conservation of the Ganges River Dolphin (Platanista Read more »
Two weeks ago, we were invited to participate in a Free Spay and Neuter campaign at Akumal, little town located between Read more »
This post was filed by Kristin Ohman who is a member of the Nyangumi Humpback Research Team working throughout the next few Read more »
So patience is a virtue as they say. After nine days on land due to the rough weather we took to carrying out some land- Read more »
Lately, the weather was favorable, and we went out on the boat during five days in a row. It was truly enjoyable for us to Read more »
After our last blog, we went out to the sea three times; we sighted two more females with calves, both of them were known as Read more »
Lots and lots of whales... The whales are surely here now and we’ve already seen our first competitive pods (“active group Read more »
I’m not sure who saw the dog first or who was the first to tell the driver to “stop!” but it may have been all of us as it Read more »
The first thing that my computer did was cursing the absence of Internet. It did not matter to him that the phone here did Read more »
We have not been lucky with the weather for a while – the time of fogs came to Piltun. It’s been two weeks of staying at 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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