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UAE, the first country in the Middle East to destroy its ivory stockpile, is a r
29th April 2015 Dr. Elsayed Ahmed Mohamed
United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Environment and Water, in collaboration with Dubai Municipality and other local Read more »
29th April 2015 Erika Flores
This month I joined IFAW’s efforts to provide relief for thousands of animals stricken by the historic floods and Read more »
28th April 2015 Subhamoy Bhattacharjee
They were found hungry and alone without their mothers back in 2012 Gerakati and Agora, two wild Asiatic water Read more »
On the heels (paws) of Cinderella and her rumored cubs
Igor Beliatsky reports on his trip to the Far East to record evidence of Zolushka and determine whether she has given birth Read more »
Unlisting wildlife from Craigslist
28th April 2015 Peter LaFontaine
Today, IFAW and our partners at the Wildlife Conservation Society released a new report examining the trade of ivory and Read more »
The Parties, in their own words, offer their approach to some of the animal-rela
28th April 2015 Ros Leeming
With the General Election fast approaching, we wanted to let our half a million IFAW supporters in the UK know what the Read more »
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, left, and U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington i
27th April 2015 Patrick Ramage
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to America this week presents a prime opportunity for President Obama, Read more »
Disaster relief team readies to assess and help animals in Nepal
27th April 2015 Shannon Walajtys
As the death toll from the Nepal earthquake rises towards 4,000 and emergency and medical relief for human health and Read more »
A young blue whale calf surfaces beside its mother. Juveniles are known to be pa
25th April 2015 Susannah Calderan
Big ships and big whales don’t mix. We’re south of Sri Lanka, home to one of the world’s highest densities Read more »
17th June 2016
Kulimba (“Strength”) was the name Remke Lasance, a Dutch national who has been living and volunteering in Watch Video »
15th June 2016
It is not an easy process to capture an entangled seal. The gray seals here on Cape Cod tend to haul out on sand bars, Watch Video »
8th June 2016
One of the most pressing animal welfare issues in the UK—the illicit puppy trade—has been gathering much Watch Video »
16th May 2016
Implementing systems and technologies to prevent elephant poaching in Africa can be complicated. Working with Kenya Watch Video »
10th May 2016
After more than a year of planning, designing, and collaborating with our local partner Coco’s Animal Welfare, our Watch Video »
3rd May 2016
Bearing witness to the destruction of 105 tonnes of elephant ivory in Kenya this past weekend was a moving experience. The Watch Video »
6th May 2016
We cannot be left behind. Last week the Netherlands government made a big announcement. Martijn Van Dam, the Dutch Watch Video »
4th May 2016
Now that the bear cubs have made the transition from bottle feeding to eating from a bowl and the temperatures are milder Watch Video »
15th April 2016
An orphaned female tiger cub found in the Russian Far East, and now rehabilitating at PRNCO “Tiger Center”, has Watch Video »
26th October 2011
These disturbing events come after seven months of record poaching incidents and seizures. IFAW (the International Fund for Animal Welfare - www.ifaw.org) commends the authorities for arrests that have been made but warns that much more needs to be d Read more »
20th October 2011
The Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha, received an anonymous tip-off at 08h30 this morning (Thursday) to say that janitors at the Luhlaza Secondary School had been spotted digging a hole on the perimeter of the school sports field, and then bury Read more »
17th October 2011
The decision issued today is an important step towards protecting and defending polar bears,” said Jeff Flocken, D.C. Office Director, International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW - www.ifaw.org). “There is no reward that comes with these Read more »
17th October 2011
IFAW’s annual Animal Action Awards ceremony will be hosted at the House of Lords by Baroness Gale and presented by Queen legend Brian May. This year’s winners include TV favourite Rolf Harris in recognition of his life’s work with Read more »
11th October 2011
The meeting, which also addressed regional implementation of the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species, was hosted by the CITES Management Authority of China with the support of IFAW and other conservation organizations “ Read more »
4th October 2011
DiCaprio serves as the global ambassador for the program, which highlights a different animal and conservation theme each year. This year’s theme is “Elephants, Never Forget,” and focuses on the crisis that elephants face 20 years a Read more »
30th September 2011
Following Japanese media reports today that whaling will continue with around US$27 million in additional government security budget to protect the fleet, Patrick Ramage, Director of IFAW’s Global Whale Programme, said: “I'd bet this is w Read more »
23rd September 2011
“Tiger Day provides an opportunity for the Russian people to celebrate tigers and better understand their plight,” said Masha Vorontsova, Director of IFAW Russia. “This is also a good time to remind the Russian government that they Read more »
23rd September 2011
“Thousands of animals have been left out in the open under the rain or in the scorching sun with no help at all,” said Dr. Dick Green IFAW Manager for Disasters. “Our main goal right now is to get food into the hardest-hit areas as Read more »
Killing for Trophies: An Analysis of Global Trophy Hunting Trade
by rbartlett
The result of a comprehensive analysis of the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora Read more »
GNDW Sponsor Form
by rbartlett
Please use this form when signing up for the Greater North Dog Walk. Read more »
Audited Financials
by jjones
Financial Statements - IFAW UK Charity registered number 1024806 For the Year Ended June 30, 2015 Read more »
by jjones
Financial Statements - IFAW in Action For the Year Ended June 30, 2015 Read more »
World of Animals Issue 24
by rbartlett
World of Animals Issue 24 Read more »
Golden Bond Marathon form
by rbartlett
Golden Bond Marathon form Read more »
tenBoma
by rbartlett
This pdf document provides an overview of IFAW's tenBoma program. Read more »
Sonic Sea - Impacts of Noise on Marine Mammals
by adintino
Marine life exists in a world dominated by sound. From pistol shrimp to blue whales, marine species use sound to find prey Read more »
Sonic Sea - Impacts of Noise on Marine Mamals
by adintino
A new film created by IFAW and Natural Resources Defense Council, Sonic Sea immerses viewers in the symphony of natural sound Read more »
The elephant has long been acknowledged for its intelligence, strong family bond
10th July 2015 by Neil Greenwood
Elephants have roamed the savannahs of Africa for millions of years. They descend from a long line of ancient land mammals, Read more »
Using skills and tools learned from our April workshop (pictured here), Animals
10th July 2015 by Jennifer Gardner
As I woke up this morning and began checking the news, most of the international headlines were reporting that the eruption Read more »
A neonate calf was rescued from swift steam waters.
9th July 2015 by Subhamoy Bhattacharjee
A newborn male rhino calf was spotted in swift water unable to move inside Kaziranga National Park and rescued by the Read more »
One of the orphans drains her bottle
9th July 2015 by Iain Webb
When my partner Michael and I arrived at the orphanage, we put on the green coats that the caretakers all wear when they Read more »
The day-long workshops were part of IFAW-WTI’s ongoing wildlife crime control ef
7th July 2015 by Vivek Menon
The story was sent by Amrit Menon, Technical Officer to ED, Planning, Wildlife Trust of India.—VM Even though he has Read more »
Azzedine Downes and Jane Goodall at her 80th birthday celebration event in San F
7th July 2015 by Azzedine Downes
Travelling to Abu Dhabi in the month of July takes some mental preparation as temperatures can often reach 120 degrees Read more »
The young elephant calves had been herded up in Hwange National Park.
6th July 2015 by slajoie
Months after they were captured from the wild for sale to zoos in China, a group of elephant calves were exported from Read more »
The Asian Elephant Alliance held an auction of 20 designer-decorated auto-ricksh
2nd July 2015 by Vivek Menon
The rickshaws looked familiar. The brightly coloured outfits looked familiar. Even the sweltering sticky heat felt familiar Read more »

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Michael Booth and Brant Backlund on nationalgeographic.com: How to Move a Two-Ton Elephant to Safety –  read more.

Philip Mansbridge, UK director  in The Guardian: “Trail hunting is being used as a ruse to allow illegal hunts to continue.”  –  read more.

Tania McCrea-Steele, Campaigns and Enforcement Manager for IFAW UK on theguardian.com:  “The ivory ban is working well on eBay sites”- read more.

Peter LaFontaine, Campaigns Officer, Washington, DC office on PBS NewsHour Rundown: “The International Fund for Animal Welfare released a study last month that surveyed Craigslist sites for 28 cities.”- read more.

 

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