All Content for Wildlife trade

Trinkets and carvings made from ivory are among the items to avoid when purchasi
13th December 2012 by Adrian Hiel
Planning on taking a vacation? If you’re like most people, you’ll want to bring the folks back home souvenirs Read more »
Ivory carvings on a market in Tachilek, Myanmar
11th December 2012 by Robert Kless
It was a long journey by car from the airport in Chiang Mai, Thailand, to the northern border of the country. I have arrived Read more »
About 25 participants from Al-mukalla seaport and airport, in addition to offici
10th December 2012 by Dr. Elsayed Ahmed Mohamed
One of the main wildlife trafficking routes between Africa and Asia is the Horn of Africa to Yemen route. Combating wildlife Read more »
IFAW Joins U.S. State Department on Wildlife Conservation Day
3rd December 2012 by
Promoting the conservation and protection of endangered species, the U.S. State Department has declared December 4, Wildlife Read more »
Think twice before you bring home a wildlife souvenir.
21st November 2012 by Tania McCrea-Steele
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton put the fight against wildlife crime on a global stage at a US State Department event Read more »
archive photo - Bobby Yip / Reuters
19th November 2012 by
The brutal killing this past weekend of eight rhinoceros in South Africa follows hard on the heels of four record sized Read more »