Rückblick 2016: Wichtige Erfolge für den Tierschutz

Dec 30 2016
Rückblick 2016: Wichtige Erfolge für den Tierschutz

Unser Team konnte über die Jahre bereits viele IFAW Erfolge dokumentieren. In diesem Video sehen Sie eine Auswahl der in 2016 erfolgreich durchgeführten Projekte.

Rettung einer Seekuh

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Sieg für den Tierschutz: Vereinigte Arabische Emirate verbieten privaten Besitz von Wildtieren

Jan 5 2017
Sieg für den Tierschutz: Vereinigte Arabische Emirate verbieten privaten Besitz

Vergangene Woche verabschiedete die Regierung der Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate ein Gesetz, das den Besitz gefährlicher Wildtiere einschränkt.

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В память о великом «Зеленом»

Jan 12 2017
Remembering a Green Giant

Alexey Yablokov

"Meet the Heroes": Gerettete Tiere unseres CLAW-Projekts in Südafrika stellen sich vor

Jan 26 2017
Die gerettete Hündin Maggie gemeinsam mit CLAW-Mitarbeitern vor dem Büro in Durb

Die gerettete Hündin Maggie gemeinsam mit CLAW-Mitarbeitern vor dem Büro in Durban Deep. Für das Team unseres Tierschutzprojekts CLAW (Community Led Animal Welfare), das in Gauteng in Südafrika seinen Sitz hat, sind schreckliche Fälle von Tierquälerei keine Seltenheit.

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Beijing Raptor Rescue Center and GoPro team up for Birds of Prey

Jan 27 2017

In 2001, The Beijing Raptor Rescue Center (BRRC) was founded to rescue and rehabilitate birds of prey in China. Raptors are protected by Chinese law, and they are threatened from habitat loss to illegal trade. At BRRC, staff have rescued over 4,000 birds of prey - more than 30 different species of hawks, eagles, owls and vultures –in the centers’ 16 years.

TAKE ACTION: Government ship strike strategy up for public comment

Jan 27 2017
A mother humpback whale and her calf swim through open ocean waters. PHOTO: © Sc

A mother humpback whale and her calf swim through open ocean waters. PHOTO: © Scott PortelliThe impact of vessel strikes on cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) and increasingly on other marine species—including seals, sharks and turtles—is of growing concern internationally and within Australia’s national jurisdiction.

Canada rejects “scientific” seal slaughter in nature reserve

Jan 26 2017
Canadian media reported that sealers have been openly and illegally poaching gre

Canadian media reported that sealers have been openly and illegally poaching grey seals on Brion Island for at least three years without repercussion.We’re celebrating a small victory for common sense and wildlife protection, as the province of Quebec, Canada,

Canada rejects “scientific” seal slaughter in nature reserve

Jan 26 2017
Canadian media reported that sealers have been openly and illegally poaching gre

Canadian media reported that sealers have been openly and illegally poaching grey seals on Brion Island for at least three years without repercussion.We’re celebrating a small victory for common sense and wildlife protection, as the province of Quebec, Canada,

Taking the fight against wildlife cybercrime to Kenya

Jan 25 2017
Taking the fight against wildlife cybercrime to Kenya

Wildlife cybercrime is illegal wildlife trade that has migrated online, enabling criminals to reach a much larger market, one that is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This illegal activity isn’t hampered by geographical boundaries and the players are protected by some level of anonymity.