The 15th annual Tiger Day in Vladivostok on September 28 involved more than 10 000 participants and spectators, organisers said, which is about two thousand more than a year before.
It has become a landmark celebration for this city in the RussRead more »
On the Tiger Day eve which is celebrated on September 28 in the streets of Vladivostok and some other cities of the Russian Far East, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) cautions that the Amur tiger population is still in danger anRead more »
Three orphaned Amur tigers, two males and one female were successfully released to the wild in the Russian Far East. This, the largest release of rehabilitated Amur tigers ever, was made possible by the joint efforts of the International Fund for AniRead more »
The fondness of China’s bureaucrats for giving and receiving exotic gifts made from animal products will soon be cut short if some of the country’s most eminent figures have their way.
Numerous proposals urging for the government to takeRead more »
A new study published in the journal Biological Conservation describes the trafficking of wildlife and their products as one of the most profitable and attractive of all the illicit trades, possibly surpassed only by the trafficking of arms andRead more »
Positive measures to protect wildlife from illegal trade were pledged at today’s London Summit on the issue.
Decision-makers from around 50 countries met in the Capital to discuss the plight of elephants, rhinos, tigers and other species threatRead more »