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Filippa in her new enclosure.
29th July 2016 Ekaterina Blidchenko
Critics claimed that orphaned wild tigers could never be rehabilitated and reintroduced to the wild. With PRNCO Tiger Center Read more »
The plight of the Indian tiger
29th July 2016 Vivek Menon
The following blog is from Jose Louies, Manager, Enforcement Assistance and Law, of IFAW partner Wildlife Trust of India, Read more »
Scientific briefing at Parliament on the badger cull issue. From left to right,
29th July 2016 Jordi Casamitjana
With new leaders come new opportunities to save badgers from a death sentence through culling. Now that the Government and Read more »
 Team Badger representatives at Parliament with banner showing the Big Badger Mo
29th July 2016 Jordi Casamitjana
There is an easy way to allow people to show their opposition to the badger cull. Embracing the ‘selfie’ culture Read more »
Early tests for new Australian Environment Minister on the international stage
29th July 2016 Matt Collis
Josh Frydenberg MP has taken on the newly expanded role of Energy and Environment Minister following the return of the Read more »
With the adoption of the biodiversity restoration bill, online wildlife crime wi
29th July 2016 Mia Crnojevic
After two long years of discussion, the deputies of the French National Assembly finally adopted the bill for the Read more »
An MVS Vehicle transports a rescued rhino to the rescue centre for stabilisation
28th July 2016 Subhamoy Bhattacharjee
Six rhino calves rescued from the monsoon floods in Kaziranga National Park over the last three days have been admitted to Read more »
The seized ivory from a Rwandese traveller in Bole International Airport was pac
28th July 2016 Kelvin Alie
A Rwandese national who was arrested at the Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in possession of 103 Read more »
About 130 people honoured Mandela Day by building kennels for the pets of Khayel
28th July 2016 Marcelle du Plessis
Every year, International Mandela Day calls people across the world to take 67 minutes out of their day to make the world a Read more »
6th October 2014
Something as simple as a piece of rope has helped save thousands of lives, both humans and animals, in the Albay Province Watch Video »
3rd October 2014
The Maasai of the Olgulului/Ololarashi Group Ranch (OOGR) have rallied behind the Kitenden Corridor project of the Watch Video »
2nd October 2014
After our arrival on Sunday, the IFAW team, together with local partners from the Albay Provincial Veterinary Services, Watch Video »
17th September 2014
Back in the field, back on the ground. Now that the badger cull pilots have resumed for their second year, I was itching to Watch Video »
15th September 2014
Watch this brief update from the IFAW team, working for whales in Portoroz, Slovenia § “Life is change, Watch Video »
10th September 2014
With the bright sun high above our heads we notice that the flood waters on every corner of Kaziranga National Park are Watch Video »
4th September 2014
It’s as if fate has been against Littlefoot for most of his young life. But every obstacle he’s faced has been Watch Video »
22nd August 2014
On Thursday 21st August another chapter of the infamous badger cull saga in England began to unfold. I, and many others, Watch Video »
19th August 2014
One of the females from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) social disruption study in Amboseli National Park Watch Video »
tenBoma—from fighting terrorism to saving elephants
16th March 2015
A unique partnership designed to lead to a breakthrough in the elephant poaching crisis was announced today by Prof. Judi Wakhungu, Cabinet Secretary, Kenya Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources. A statement of intent was signed betwee Read more »
Canned! No more lion trophy imports
13th March 2015
IFAW (the International Fund for Animal Welfare) welcomes Environment Minister Greg Hunt’s ban on the import of African lion parts obtained through the particularly cruel method of ‘canned’hunting. “This decision reflects the Read more »
Belgium Calls for EU Ban on Exporting Ivory
9th March 2015
Marie Christine Marghem, Belgian Minister for Energy, the Environment and Sustainable Development has called for EU action to ban the export of ivory from all EU member states. The bold call comes as an auction house in France has suggested that buye Read more »
archive photo © IFAW
4th March 2015
The first ever comprehensive scientific study to assess the population of harbour porpoises, the UK’s smallest cetacean, will begin in the Thames Estuary on Friday (6). A research team on board the unique, non-invasive whale research vessel Son Read more »
Don't Let Them Disappear
3rd March 2015
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW - www.ifaw.org) urges the global community to respect, celebrate and most importantly to take action to protect animals from wildlife crime and illegal wildlife trade on the second annual World Wildlife Read more »
Kenya destroys ivory stock pile
3rd March 2015
Kenya has today shown commitment to anti-poaching and wildlife trafficking initiatives by destroying 15 tonnes of ivory. The ivory stock pile was set alight by His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta President of the Republic of Kenya at the ‘ivory burni Read more »
IFAW Relief Work for Animals Begins in Malawi
23rd February 2015
Week one, and relief efforts to save thousands of animals in flood ravaged Malawi, Southern Africa, have kicked off successfully with nearly 3,500 animals vaccinated to protect them from disease. In the coming weeks the IFAW (International Fund for A Read more »
Training Africa’s Law Enforcers, Targeting Illegal Ivory Trade
20th February 2015
Law enforcers from Malawi and Zambia gathered in Lusaka this week to participate in a high level training exercise aimed to ensure their success in targeting ivory retailers and thus disrupting the grisly ivory supply chain. The training was funded b Read more »
After 10 years of the Hunting Act, hunters continue to flout the law
17th February 2015
As the Hunting Act reaches its 10th anniversary today (Wed), the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) calls for better enforcement to deal with hunters who continue to flout the law so they can chase or kill British wildlife for fun. IFAW, al Read more »
The IUCN, which has 89 member countries including the US, the UK and Japan itsel
31st August 2016 by jhart@ifaw.org
(London – 31 August 2016) – The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has voted Read more »
Motion to Protect Pangolins Passess IUCN World Conservation Congress
31st August 2016 by smoos
The world’s most heavily trafficked mammal finds wave of support among world conservation leaders at IUCN World Read more »
Icelandic musicians perform in Reykjavik in support of whale protection.
30th August 2016 by Sigursteinn Masson
When the eight International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) volunteers stepped into the magnificent Whales of Iceland Read more »
Badger slaughter set to begin imminently
30th August 2016 by adintino
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has condemned plans for this year’s badger cull, following today Read more »
Youth Forum for People and Wildlife delegate Connel Bradwell works in environmen
29th August 2016 by Nancy Barr
The following blog has been written by one of our Youth Forum for People and Wildlife delegates, Connel Bradwell. For more Read more »
Filippa at rest in her enclosure. PHOTO: © PRNCO Tiger Center
29th August 2016 by Ekaterina Blidchenko
As our rescued Amur tiger cub, Fillipa enjoys the dense foliage in her natural enclosure, we can see that she is growing Read more »
IFAW CITES Briefing Sheet - Expert Delegation - 2016
29th August 2016 by sgjohnson
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) sponsors a Conference of the Read more »
Swaziland has proposed to alter the existing annotation on the Appendix II listi
26th August 2016 by Jason Bell
Just when we were all expecting South Africa to take the lead in proposing trade in rhino horn at this year’s 17th Read more »
Sadly, no amount of fences, crossings and tree planting can save The Ballina koa
25th August 2016 by Josey Sharrad
Tuesday 22 August 2016 will go down as a sad day for koalas and Australian politics. That was the day we learnt that on the Read more »

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In the news

Azzedine Downes and Mark Hofberg discuss wildlife protection measures at CITES in The Guardian: Wildlife trade summit is a 'do or die' moment for endangered animals  read more.

Bloomberg picks up tenBoma with Faye Cuevas: Sniffer Dogs, U.S. Army Software Help Kenya Curb Poaching  –  read more.

IFAW’s documentary Huntwatch earns an LA Times review: Seal hunting is the target of the unflinching documentary Huntwatch –  read more.

Jeffrey Flocken in Washington Post on CITES elephant decisions: The world just agreed to the strongest protections ever for endangered  –  read more.

Boston Globe talks with Katie Moore about our exciting rescue: The Cape Cod manatee is pregnant  –  read more.

 

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