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Today the vets expect to do about 11 surgeries including some cats or kittens.  The set up in the school classroom is Read more »
Chipmunk is actually a community dog.  He has about six different ‘owners’ who feed him but really, the whole community Read more »
Erika and I were invited to celebrate the 4th of July in Cozumel, an unusual celebration for Mexicans. But the reality is Read more »
UPDATE: 8.5.11 From IFAW-WTI field communications officer in Northeast India, Sashanka Barbaruah: As the precocious baby Read more »
There are always things that you see in the communities that are tough.  Everyone is different and different things are Read more »
Jewels such as Liwonde have the potential to contribute enormously to Malawi’s economy and reputation as one of Read more »
On the heels of the grizzly bear airlift in British Columbia, the International Fund for Animal Welfare's (IFAW) wildlife Read more »
After the first working day, the weather turned bad, and continued with the fog and wind for a week. However, we had lots Read more »
In this blog, I will concentrate on four of my study families: the AA, EA, GB and JA families. Elephants in Amboseli are Read more »
Tupelo, Mississippi, a city best known as the birthplace of legendary Elvis Presley is no stranger to tornados. As a year- Watch Video »
BAWA videographer Adithio Noviello produced an outstanding video “From the Trash Dump to Place of Honour,”, Watch Video »
Mobile scratching post - in the video above, mum's leg is usually available and is just the right size for a little Watch Video »
The Dallas Safari Club (DSC) apparently is not as concerned about conservation as it is about giving a hunter the thrill of Watch Video »
Meet the inspiring members of Song of the Whale in the video “The Night Whale” ~~~ The International Fund for Watch Video »
Germany’s unique Tiertafel program, an International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) partner that heroically Watch Video »
Watch above as I discuss my trip to West Poland in September 2013. In the video I explain the different methods to track Watch Video »
A month ago in Western Africa we began our jumbo mission to take four elephants which were in conflict with the rural Watch Video »
Spotting illegal shark and manta products in international trade can be challenging for frontline officials. Dr. Akram Watch Video »
Each winter, the entire northwest Atlantic harp seal population migrates to the east coast of Canada to give birth and mate. Unfortunately, the window for enjoying this spectacular phenomenon is short. Canadians will begin hunting hundreds of thou Read more »
“This decision marks the first crucial first step in ensuring long-term protection for Ontario's threatened wolf population,” said IFAW Canada spokesperson Rob Sinclair.IFAW also welcomes an extended ban on the use of wire neck snares. Read more »
“IFAW is very concerned that SANParks appears to be presenting a fait accompli in asking the public to prepare itself for the imminent resumption of an elephant cull,” said Jason Bell, Southern Africa Director of IFAW (International Fu Read more »
“The Mexican senate has demanded the Ministry of the Economy to ban the importation of seal products from Canada. This is an accurate and strategic decision because Mexico is a commercial partner with Canada in the North American Free Trade Agr Read more »
Alarmingly, the NAO report reveals a possible link between bushmeat and organised crime. According to Government figures, in 2001 and 2002 bushmeat made up almost 14% of all illegal meat seizures (1), and the NAO report states that bushmeat consti Read more »
Recently, after an accidental spill from an offshore rig near St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada, it was discovered that passing ships had taken advantage of the pollution to dump oil into the sea. When hundreds of dead seabirds began washing up on s Read more »
“Many people mistakenly think Canada stopped hunting baby seals decades ago,” said Fred O’Regan, IFAW’s president and CEO. “But the size of Canada’s modern, commercial hunt is bigger now than it has been in 50 ye Read more »
Shell announced today that they will move the pipeline 20 kilometers to the south, away from the main feeding area of the critically endangered Western Gray Whale. A coalition of environmental organizations from around the world has been demanding Read more »
Arjinshan is one of the primary ranges of Tibetan antelopes in the world and it has been threatened by livestock farming activities since the end of last century. In recent years, farmers gradually relocated themselves to lower altitudes out of th Read more »
The Song of the Whale, IFAW’s research vessel, is designed to carry out noninvasive research to inform conservation, us Read more »
 Rather than providing any economic benefit, Canada’s commercial seal slaughter arguably represents a drain on the Read more »
Whales Need Sanctuary! The 2012 annual meeting of the International Whaling Commission to be held July 2 to 6 in Panama will Read more »
Americans Love Whales From sea to shining sea and across the political spectrum, the American people want their political lea Read more »
If the killing of the endangered Tibetan antelope (Pantholops hodgsoniil) is to stop, the trade in shahtoosh, the wool culled Read more »
The annual hunt for the Cape fur seal Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus occurs at breeding colonies situated along Namibia Read more »
No Return to Cruelty Publication Read more »
Today the vets expect to do about 11 surgeries including some cats or kittens.  The set up in the school classroom is Read more »
Chipmunk is actually a community dog.  He has about six different ‘owners’ who feed him but really, the whole community Read more »
Erika and I were invited to celebrate the 4th of July in Cozumel, an unusual celebration for Mexicans. But the reality is Read more »
UPDATE: 8.5.11 From IFAW-WTI field communications officer in Northeast India, Sashanka Barbaruah: As the precocious baby Read more »
There are always things that you see in the communities that are tough.  Everyone is different and different things are Read more »
Jewels such as Liwonde have the potential to contribute enormously to Malawi’s economy and reputation as one of Read more »
On the heels of the grizzly bear airlift in British Columbia, the International Fund for Animal Welfare's (IFAW) wildlife Read more »
After the first working day, the weather turned bad, and continued with the fog and wind for a week. However, we had lots Read more »
In this blog, I will concentrate on four of my study families: the AA, EA, GB and JA families. Elephants in Amboseli are 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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