All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade

WATCH: Canada’s commercial seal hunt: Separating myth from fact
10 April 2017 Sheryl Fink
The East Coast commercial seal hunt has started up in Canada for another year, and once again we are hearing the same myths Read more »
One of the orphan elephants receives a health exam while it is under anesthesia
5 April 2017 Katie Moore
I held the tip of Batoka’s trunk in the palm of my hand to monitor his respiratory rate. Each strong breath ensured he Read more »
Rehabilitated rhinos sighted in Indian forest range
5 April 2017 Rupa Gandhi Chaudhary
Nearly two years after going back to the wild, Sohola, the hand-raised adult male rhino that was released in the western Read more »
China’s two ivory crushes foreshadowed the government’s commitment to end ivory
31 March 2017 Grace Ge Gabriel
Today, over a third of the licensed ivory trading outlets in China, including a dozen ivory carving factories, will no Read more »
Fisheries Unions are calling for an early opening of the seal hunt.
30 March 2017 Sheryl Fink
UPDATE: In a decision that is disastrous for the welfare of seal pups, the Government of Canada has caved to hunters and Read more »
Of the dealers surveyed in a Portsmouth University report on the antiques indust
23 March 2017 Rachael Hewish
In the world of politics, people sometimes lose sight of the bigger picture. We’ve seen this happen only last month in 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.