All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade

An elephant roams Amboseli National Park.
25 July 2017 Azzedine Downes
Biological diversity is what makes the world unique. As the sum of all living organisms, biodiversity is key to the Read more »
Elephants such as these, as well as tigers, mountain gorillas, cheetahs and more
19 July 2017 Peter LaFontaine
Congress is gearing up for an all-out assault on the Endangered Species Act (ESA), our country’s most effective Read more »
18 July 2017 Philip Mansbridge
If you care about elephants, you will probably have heard a lot about the poaching crisis that’s happening in Africa Read more »
Antique lovers want to see elephants saved from poaching, too
17 July 2017 Philip Mansbridge
This is a guest post by Leanna Jones, who has been volunteering in IFAW’s London office. -PM Last weekend, at the Read more »
The poachers and the two five-foot tusks confiscated by the Wildlife Crimes Inve
17 July 2017 Mike Labuschagne
The Wildlife Crimes Investigations Unit (WCIU), established jointly by Malawi’s Department of National Parks and Read more »
Blue sharks remain the most heavily traded of all species in the Hong Kong fin t
14 July 2017 Matt Collis
You wouldn’t expect to find a shark in the Rhine River but the German city of Bonn, situated along the Rhine, is Read more »
tenBoma is the best chance we have to stop poachers.
tenBoma is the best chance we have to stop poachers.

tenBoma is the best chance we have to stop poachers.