Two orphaned rhinos--Maju and Raja--are on their way back to the wild in northeast India, after several years under the care of the Assam Forest Department (AFD) and International Fund for Animal Welfare – Wildlife Trust of India (IFAW-WTI). CoRead more »
Satellite tracking data from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (www.ifaw.org) suggests the majority of dolphins rescued during recent mass strandings have survived their ordeal and are currently about 18 miles off the coast oRead more »
In a massive rescue effort, IFAW’s (International Fund for Animal Welfare - www.ifaw.org) Marine Mammal Rescue and Research Team has been able to rescue and release 19 of the 27 Common dolphins that stranded alive on Cape Cod shores during theRead more »
The trial of two men accused of burying a dog alive on the sports field of a Cape Town school, begins on Friday 13th January.
Poto Mfengu and Mkhumbuzi Ncedana, janitors at the Luhlaza Secondary High School in Khayelitsha, are charged under the animaRead more »
A rescue operation to save an isolated group of endangered Hoolock gibbons began on Sunday in the remote village of Dello in northeast India. Stranded in small clusters of trees, the gibbons are some of the last apes found in India. The first two indRead more »
“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 asRead more »