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Guard for the “Big Bird" The following is a report from the IFAW Beijing Rescue Center. Regularly the rescue team Read more »
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It's difficult to believe that the fur on cliothing is now coming from dogs. 1. Fur for clothing now coming from Read more »
“In the recent months 5 tigers, all of them females, died because of the conflicts with the people. Most of them were killed Read more »
Arlington Country, Virginia is proud of their one-of-a-kind mobile animal shelter, and have every right to be. Not every Read more »
Photo of Week is a new feature that highlights the work IFAW does around the world everyday to rescue orphaned, injured, or Read more »
  A koala receives care at a rehabilitation center after being rescued from the wild fires in Australia Read more »
A moon bear plays at the Pan Yu Bear Sanctuary, just one of many individuals rescued from bear bile farms. 1. Read more »
The following is a report from my colleague Wit Davis, who has just returned from the Caribbean helping with a Community Led Read more »
I get asked a lot why IFAW travels to the ice each year to document the commercial seal hunt. Many people believe the Watch Video »
There is nothing more frustrating than being prepared to document the commercial seal hunt and being kept down by one thing Watch Video »
This post was modified from a yet unpublished letter to the editors of Canada’s Corner Brook Western Star newspaper Watch Video »
This footage of the dolphin stranding in Brazil is amazing.  This is a rare event for this area, unlike here on Cape Watch Video »
IFAW offices around the world gathered video messages from young people for protecting the last wild tigers. These youth Watch Video »
In this short video, produced by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, IFAW Marine Mammal Rescue and Research team Watch Video »
The short video below was produced by the International Fund for Animal Welfare team. One way to help the team effort is Watch Video »
Report filed by Michael Booth currently in Tripoli, Libya deployed with the International Fund for Animal Weflare's ( Watch Video »
Ramage this week commences a series of trips to advance IFAW’s campaign against commercial whaling. He will be visiting Iceland from February 10 to 15, Washington, DC from February 26 to March 1, and Tokyo, Japan from March 14 to 20, meeting Read more »
While claims have previously been made by the CITES (Convention on the International Trade of Endangered Species) Secretariat that Japan no longer has significant involvement in the ivory trade industry, this 2.8 ton seizure clearly disproves such Read more »
“While protesters and whalers clash, Japan’s “scientific” whaling program has already inflicted prolonged painful deaths on hundreds of whales in the Antarctic Whale Sanctuary,” said Darren Kindleysides, IFAW Campaigns Read more »
The passenger, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, was standing in the nothing-to-declare customs line at the Beijing Capital International Airport, when the surprise inspection was conducted.  Elephants are protected under an Appendix I li Read more »
Entitled “Ivory Wars: The Last Stand in Zakouma,” the piece highlights the story of one mother elephant tagged “Annie” and her travels through and outside of Zakouma NP, in search of food and water sources. Annie was radio-c Read more »
Japan’s government-sponsored whaling fleet is currently in the Southern Ocean Sanctuary, where it is hunting a self allocated quota of more than 900 whales. The Southern Ocean Sanctuary is a marine preserve established in 1994 to protect wha Read more »
This decision follows the German Parliament’s October 19 motion calling for a national ban on seal products until an EU-wide ban is passed. As there is no immediate response on the EU-level, Mr. Seehofer will move forward with the German nat Read more »
The ivory targeted for sampling, representative of approximately 3,000- 6,500 elephants, was confiscated in Singapore. By current estimations of customs authorities, a mere 10% of contraband products (guns, drugs, etc.) are intercepted. Presently, Read more »
"IFAW will continue to oppose the Government of Japan's whaling activities in the Southern Ocean Sanctuary and its international efforts to expand commercial whaling, but our thoughts and prayers at this time are also with Kazutaka Makita, the cre Read more »
In Elephants: Facts & Fables, Professor Rudi van Aarde notes that similar issues plague the debate over elephant conserva Read more »
This study investigates the behaviour of the Canadian government's current management procedures for harp seals. These pr Read more »
The recent implementation of a number of national bans on the importation of seal products, the on-going discussions of addit Read more »
This document describes the various tools used for killing seals in Canada's commercial seal hunt. The MMR, and the informati Read more »
In response to DFO's request for input on the 2007 Atlantic Sealing Regulatory Review, and following our meeting of 5 Februar Read more »
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) would like to thank you for the opportunity to comment on the proposed Amend Read more »
Sea Turtles have been important part of ocean ecosystems for over 100 million years. Read more »
Guard for the “Big Bird" The following is a report from the IFAW Beijing Rescue Center. Regularly the rescue team Read more »
Previous post: Six Rescued Elephants Make A Grand Entrance! Six elephants rescued from floods and human populated Read more »
It's difficult to believe that the fur on cliothing is now coming from dogs. 1. Fur for clothing now coming from Read more »
“In the recent months 5 tigers, all of them females, died because of the conflicts with the people. Most of them were killed Read more »
Arlington Country, Virginia is proud of their one-of-a-kind mobile animal shelter, and have every right to be. Not every Read more »
Photo of Week is a new feature that highlights the work IFAW does around the world everyday to rescue orphaned, injured, or Read more »
  A koala receives care at a rehabilitation center after being rescued from the wild fires in Australia Read more »
A moon bear plays at the Pan Yu Bear Sanctuary, just one of many individuals rescued from bear bile farms. 1. Read more »
The following is a report from my colleague Wit Davis, who has just returned from the Caribbean helping with a Community Led Read more »

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Dallas Safari Club auctions permit to shoot an endangered black rhino in Namibia. Jeff Flocken provides voice of reason in National Geographic news article.”

More than 80 elephants in Zimbabwe have been poisoned with cyanide -- the latest victims of poachers keen to feed soaring global demand for illegally trafficked ivory. read more

Malawi hails IFAW for initiative to protect wildlife at Liwonde National Park aimed at decreasing poaching pressure; launched with government optimism the project will also reduce human, wildlife conflicts in the area. See the original article

 

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