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The students shared stories about animals they knew were part of their habitat.
7 April 2015 Kelly Johnston
I have just returned from sunny Los Angeles, California, where alongside IFAW partner Abby Berman, co-founder of Adopt the Read more »
Two hand raised rhinos, Sohola and Baghmari, were released back to the wild in Kaziranga National Park, a UNESCO World Read more »
Poorly maintained fences provide fodder for snares.
6 April 2015 Neil Greenwood
Kilometers of unmaintained fences in Africa meant to protect wildlife are providing the raw materials for deadly devices Read more »
A rehabilitated Gyrfalcon goes back to the wild. Photo © IFAW
6 April 2015 Gail A’Brunzo
Last Christmas Eve, an injured Gyrfalcon was discovered near Moscow. International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) colleague Read more »
6 April 2015 Shannon Walajtys
In the third and last installment of our video conversations with those brave individuals saving animals in the frontlines Read more »
Sonam Wnagdi is checking the seized phones for further contacts and checking
3 April 2015 James Kinney
Editor’s note: Jose Louies, Wildlife Trust of India’s Assistant Manager, Enforcement Assistance and Law filed Read more »
Take part in our Facebook contest: Time to name Kiki’s puppies!
3 April 2015 Ellie Milano
We’ve been following these eight puppies very closely over the last few weeks, and we think it’s about time they Read more »
3 April 2015 Sheryl Fink
Warning this video contains graphic material. For now, there is peace on the ice.  Harp seals are currently “off Read more »
“I don’t know where they got those greenish-greyish eyes – I swear!!” says mama
1 April 2015 Ellie Milano
Today I received a bunch of new photos from Dr. Erika Flores to update me on how the little family of mother dog and eight Read more »
19 April 2017
Best known for their beautiful long necks and distinctive coat patterns, giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) are fascinating Watch Video »
12 April 2017
News outlets around the world have reported that more than 100 pangolins were found and rescued after a dramatic car chase Watch Video »
12 April 2017
After several months of treatment and quarantine, orphaned tiger cubs Yarik and Lazovka are now housed together in a Watch Video »
31 March 2017
She was one of the first people I met when I moved with my wife and our one-year-old son Henry from distant Washington, DC Watch Video »
7 March 2017
Three more rescued bear cubs, a male and two females, are recovering at the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s Watch Video »
2 March 2017
This World Wildlife Day, which this year has the theme of #ListentoYoungVoices, I want to encourage everyone to # Watch Video »
28 February 2017
Rita and Yuni love their dog Popo. And thanks to the Participatory Learning and Action (PLA) program, a partnership between Watch Video »
24 February 2017
The documentary film Born to Be Free produced with support by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) will open Watch Video »
27 January 2017
In 2001, The Beijing Raptor Rescue Center (BRRC) was founded to rescue and rehabilitate birds of prey in China. Raptors are Watch Video »
IFAW names Sonja Van Tichelen Vice President of International Operations
27 June 2017
Today International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) promoted Sonja Van Tichelen from European Union (EU) Regional Director to Vice President of International Operations to develop strategies that effectively address pressing international animal welfa Read more »
IFAW slams plans for rhino horn auction
26 June 2017
IFAW has rejected as shortsighted and potentially dangerous, plans by South Africa’s biggest rhino breeder to sell part of his rhino horn stockpile – 500 kgs of horn – in a legal global online auction in August 2017. “Any trad Read more »
Elephant populations increase in Tsavos
21 June 2017
Elephant populations in the Tsavos have increased to 12, 866 in the last three years. This is according to the aerial elephant census results officially announced at the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) headquarters by Director General Kitili Mbathi. Res Read more »
India reveals massive illegal online trade in endangered Monitor lizards
21 June 2017
Yet another bizarre online trade in animal parts was revealed today, as Indian investigators announced they had uncovered massive evidence of the trade in endangered monitor lizards for their unusual “forked” penises. Hatha Jodi, are tou Read more »
Japan’s North Pacific ‘scientific’ whaling flouts international law
15 June 2017
The former head of the UN body charged with protecting endangered species has condemned Japan’s latest North Pacific whaling programme as ‘violating international law’. The Government of Japan today issued self-allocated quotas to k Read more »
Research identifies illegal wildlife trade on the Darknet
14 June 2017
Illegal wildlife traders may be turning their attention to the Darknet, a new INTERPOL research report has found. Experts from the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation found limited, but clear evidence of criminals using the Darknet to sell illicit Read more »
Shipping companies recognized for endangered whale protection efforts
8 June 2017
Collisions between endangered North Atlantic right whales and large shipping vessels are one of the leading causes of death for these rare whales and hinder the recovery of their entire species of approximately 500 individuals. As a protection measur Read more »
Kelvin Alie appointed IFAW Executive Vice President
7 June 2017
Kelvin Alie is taking on the role of key strategist to the President and CEO at the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) effective immediately. In this newly developed position, he will ensure that the organization’s vision is translate Read more »
Another record pangolin seizure in Hong Kong signals urgent need for demand redu
1 June 2017
Just three weeks to the day of the last massive pangolin seizure in Kuala Lumpur, another seven tons of pangolin scales were seized in Hong Kong coming from Nigeria. The amount of scales in this seizure alone represents thousands of pangolins being k Read more »
Protecting Whales
by adintino
From pollution to climate change to whaling, these magnificent creatures face more threats than ever. Read more »
tenBoma
by rbartlett
This pdf document provides an overview of IFAW's tenBoma program. Read more »
Annual Report 2016 IFAW US
by smoos
Annual Report 2016 IFAW US Read more »
Petition to list the African elephant (Loxodonta africana) as endangered pursuan
by rbartlett
This petition demonstrates that the African elephant (Loxodonta africana) meets the statutory criteria for an endangered list Read more »
US IRS 990 Tax Form
by rbartlett
Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax for Fiscal Year beginning 7/1/2015 and ending 6/30/2016 Read more »
Top 10 Species Priorities for a New Administration
by rbartlett
As the Obama Administration prepares to hand over the reins of the executive branch to President-elect Donald Trump, the DC-b Read more »
by rbartlett
What we measure affects how we invest resources. By measuring what matters, we are more able to protect what matters. This ne Read more »
With your help, we are committing to feed 4000 cows.
24 September 2015 by Jennifer Gardner
Last month while responding to the floods in Myanmar, we were overwhelmed by the vast area of impacted communities; it Read more »
The new walls were in need of some colour and Raine and her friends jumped to th
23 September 2015 by Marcelle du Plessis
Just in time for the start of the southern hemisphere spring, a group of energetic and creative volunteers painted a Read more »
Artists like the Balfours have tremendous power to motivate people to protect wi
22 September 2015 by Azzedine Downes
On World Rhino Day, I am delighted to share these photos from Daryl & Sharna Balfour, acclaimed wildlife photographers Read more »
World Rhino Day – Breaking Records  For All the Wrong Reasons
22 September 2015 by adintino
As long as rhinos remain one of the globe’s most persecuted animal species, World Rhino Day is no cause for Read more »
21 September 2015 by Britt Beedenbender
The following blog is part of an occasional series about IFAW staff who have opened their homes to adopt pets from our Read more »
CLAW staff rescued a Shar-Pei from a ditch in Krugersdorp, South Africa.
18 September 2015 by Mandi Smallhorne
A foul smell rises up from the concrete ditch through which a small trickle of water runs. It comes from two dead dogs Read more »
18 September 2015 by Peter LaFontaine
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is proud to support a ballot measure in Washington state that would defend Read more »
This stunning photograph of a tiger was shortlisted from images received.
17 September 2015 by J.C. Bouvier
Michael Vickers of West Sussex is the winner of this year’s World of Animals photo contest. Michael’s stunning Read more »
The leopard has already started hunting small prey within the enclosure
17 September 2015 by Rupa Gandhi Chaudhary
The following is an update by Dr. Bhaskar Choudhary on a clouded leopard recently admitted to the IFAW-WTI field Read more »

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US war veteran now fighting to save Africa’s elephants: Now she is using her expertise to fight a different kind of conflict: the war on wildlife poaching  read more.

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Creating A Network To Defeat A Network: IFAW’s tenBoma initiative aims to predict and prevent a poacher’s next strike  read more.

‘Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly’ Team Travels to Kenya to Report on Efforts to Protect Elephants   read more.

 

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