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It was an incredibly emotional moment for everyone involved. At last, the gorillas were home. Celebrations are underway in Read more »
POST DATE: 7.21.11 I knew the task of helping at the Minot, North Dakota emergency animal shelter (EAS) would be difficult Read more »
Authorities said Gordon paid a co-conspirator to buy raw elephant ivory in Africa and have it carved to his specifications. Read more »
However, never in my wildest dreams did I picture myself pushing a stuffed leopard through the corridors of the European Read more »
We left Cat Lake to head over to Summer Beaver, another fly in only community about an hour’s hop away. Logistics are not Read more »
New research recently published in the journal Nature by Canadian scientists from the Bedford Institute of Oceonography and Read more »
A supporter nearly shouts over the phone receiver, ”All Jiangmen city dogs will be culled. Please help”! Appeals for help Read more »
Northern fires.  Lots of them and big ones.  If you have been reading the paper or listening to the news, you will have Read more »
President Obama, Martha Stewart, Neil Armstrong, Lucille Ball, Magic Johnson, Julia Child, Robert Redford.  All born Leos, Read more »
UPDATED: 3.6.14 Sheba has been gaining more and more confidence in her new environment, as her keepers report that she Watch Video »
Watch the BBC interview with IFAW’s Tania McCrea-Steele talking about illegal wildlife trade and our work to reduce Watch Video »
Watch the IFAW, "I Found A Way" TV spot above. ~~~ If, like me, you have ever witnessed a horrific natural Watch Video »
The video above outlines just a few of the enormous challenges the IFAW team will face moving this population of elephants Watch Video »
We’ll admit it: We tug on your heartstrings every once in a while. From a gigantic mother rhinoceros to a small kitten Watch Video »
I am sure it must have been fate that IFAW’s regional partner organization, the Tiertafel, was using the same slogan Watch Video »
The video above shows some of the animals helped in the aftermath of the disaster following Super Typhoon Haiyan in the Watch Video »
Watch the amazing transformation and joyful new beginning from what had been a tough start for Coconut the dog. ~~~ In June Watch Video »
In this short video above, International Fund for Animal Welfare CEO Azzedine Downes speaks to gathered press, VIPs and Watch Video »
An IFAW team yesterday freely gained access to the still-under-construction gorilla enclosure at the Pretoria Zoo and was able to view and photograph the young animals. “In our opinion the gorillas are in fact already on public display witnes Read more »
“We applaud the Arkansas legislators who voted to pass this bill and particularly House Representative Phillip Jackson who originally introduced it, for their wisdom and foresight in protecting the public by prohibiting people from owning da Read more »
The government sanctioned commercial hunt for seal pups opened in the Gulf of St Lawrence on 29 March 2005 and closed on 2 April 2005 resulting in the deaths of approximately 100,000 seal pups. On 15 April the hunt then moved on to the “Fron Read more »
During the month of May, IFAW’s Song of the Whale team will be working to assist the Action Plan for the Recovery of the Atlantic monk seal, which is part of the Bonn Convention;  In collaboration with Spanish conservationists from CBD- Read more »
“We appreciate the recognition and encourage new users to visit ifaw.org to learn how to create a better world for animals and people,” said A.J. Cady, IFAW’s Director of Online Campaigns and Marketing. IFAW will be honored alongs Read more »
An IFAW-led coalition, including World Wildlife Fund, Nature Canada, Birds Studies Canada and the Sierra Club of Canada, campaigned in favor of the new legislation.  "The broad spectrum of support on this bill is something seldom seen in Cana Read more »
However, the plans are powerless to stop Japanese whaling—one of the most serious threats to whale recovery. “It is all well and good for Australia to attempt to put her own house in order but there are other governments that are determ Read more »
The British, French and German governments also issued a message which strongly criticised the Marine Research Institute’s proposals for 39 minke whales to be taken this year. IFAW condemned the recommendation as cruel, unnecessary and econom Read more »
According to widespread media reports and government sources, Japan will shortly announce plans to double its “scientific” whaling in protected waters around Antarctica and to add two new protected species, fin and humpback whales, to Read more »
报告:气象灾难对野生动物、家畜与伴侣动物的影响。 Read more »
A committee of Subject Matter Experts (Appendix A) from Japan and the United States was convened May 2-3, 2011 to discuss ani Read more »
A status update on 15 species of disappearing wild cats & canids Read more »
This report updates and expands the Third Millennium Foundation’s (3MF) 2002 “Briefing on Japan’s ‘Vo Read more »
On March 1, 2011, a coalition of wildlife protection and conservation organizations - Born Free USA and Born Free Foundation, Read more »
It was an incredibly emotional moment for everyone involved. At last, the gorillas were home. Celebrations are underway in Read more »
POST DATE: 7.21.11 I knew the task of helping at the Minot, North Dakota emergency animal shelter (EAS) would be difficult Read more »
Authorities said Gordon paid a co-conspirator to buy raw elephant ivory in Africa and have it carved to his specifications. Read more »
However, never in my wildest dreams did I picture myself pushing a stuffed leopard through the corridors of the European Read more »
We left Cat Lake to head over to Summer Beaver, another fly in only community about an hour’s hop away. Logistics are not Read more »
New research recently published in the journal Nature by Canadian scientists from the Bedford Institute of Oceonography and Read more »
A supporter nearly shouts over the phone receiver, ”All Jiangmen city dogs will be culled. Please help”! Appeals for help Read more »
Northern fires.  Lots of them and big ones.  If you have been reading the paper or listening to the news, you will have Read more »
President Obama, Martha Stewart, Neil Armstrong, Lucille Ball, Magic Johnson, Julia Child, Robert Redford.  All born Leos, Read more »

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"Environmental crime wave costs world billions. Read Associated Press story with Azzedine Downes here.

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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