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Spotlight South Africa: teaching the inaugural World Wildlife Day class
3rd March 2014 Lisa Cant-Haylett
Having trouble viewing the slideshow above? Click here. World Wildlife Day takes place today, 3rd March 2014, as declared Read more »
What does the US ivory ban mean for buyers, sellers, and elephants?
3rd March 2014 Peter LaFontaine
Recently, we shared the best news for elephants in a long time: the release of the President’s new National Strategy Read more »
Exciting new research project aims to protect the endangered blue whale from dea
28th February 2014 Russell Leaper
IFAW is embarking on an exciting new collaborative project that could make a real impact on one of the world’s most Read more »
Rehabilitated Russian tigers heading into the homestretch
28th February 2014 Ekaterina Blidchenko
They grow up so fast. Three tiger cubs at the Rehabilitation Center for Rare Species in Alexeevka, Russia are heading into Read more »
John Kerry sets a dire, but hopeful stage at Economist Ocean Summit
28th February 2014 Patrick Ramage
Click on the image above to see Secretary Kerry's remarks. John Forbes Kerry is the most ocean-centered U.S. Secretary Read more »
28th February 2014 Robert Kless
Watch above as I discuss my trip to West Poland in September 2013. In the video I explain the different methods to track Read more »
Three years with Amboseli elephants, and reflecting on their future
27th February 2014 Vicki Fishlock
Nothing happens fast with elephants. Pregnancy lasts 22 months, the time between consecutive births is five years, while Read more »
Little Mambo eyes are sealed shut from infection. © IFAW-COP
26th February 2014 Jennifer Gardner
Villages like Sukamenah in the foothills of Mt. Sinabung are now like ghost towns. The only signs of life are the few Read more »
25th February 2014 Céline Sissler-Bienvenu
A month ago in Western Africa we began our jumbo mission to take four elephants which were in conflict with the rural Read more »
This companion video is an excellent introduction to the content, concepts and issues presented in the "Elephants, Watch Video »
In this video, produced by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, a collection of IFAW senior staff and our CEO Fred O Watch Video »
IFAW's President and CEO, Fred O'Regan, gives his thoughts about the upcoming International Tiger Forum in St. Watch Video »
In this video public service announcement, produced by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, the point is made that Watch Video »
Richard Benyon, UK Minister for Natural Environment & Fisheries meets with KWS
22nd February 2013
Amboseli, Kenya – African countries need to have a single voice to save elephants and rhinos from extinction. This is the message from Richard Benyon, UK Minister for Natural Environment & Fisheries, who was meeting with frontline Kenya Wil Read more »
Collaring Amboseli Elephants in bid to Secure Critical Habitat, Mitigate Conflic
19th February 2013
Six pre-selected elephants will be fitted with GPS satellite collars starting today in the 8,797 km2 Amboseli landscape by a team of scientists, researchers and veterinarians from Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), International Fund for Animal Welfare (I Read more »
15th February 2013
The first hearing on the EU’s controversial ban on seal products begins Monday in Geneva at the World Trade Organization (WTO). The three members of the WTO’s dispute settlement panel established for this case will hear arguments from Can Read more »
Kenya Elephant Walk Joins the Race to Save Elephants
14th February 2013
In the race to save elephants Jim Nyamu is a champion, but over the next couple of weeks he’s taking it slowly in a high-profile march from Mombasa to Nairobi, Kenya to raise awareness of the threats that face Africa’s tuskers. East Afric Read more »
Archive photo ©IIFAW
14th February 2013
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW- www.ifaw.org) announced today an emergency grant to rescue the last remaining 10 big cats from Riverglen Tiger Sanctuary near Mountainburg, Arkansas. The funds are being used to build temporary enclos Read more »
Japanese Whaling Photos and Video for Press
5th February 2013
Preview images here:   Open publication - Free publishing - More economy   High resolution hand-out images available for download by signing up at www.ifawimages.com. See the current press release. Read our latest Japanese whaling bl Read more »
New research reveals true cost of Japanese whaling
5th February 2013
In a report published today, The Economics of Japanese Whaling, IFAW shows how the Japanese government even diverted tsunami relief funds to support whaling. Annual government subsidies for Japanese whaling average around 782 million yen (US $9.78m), Read more »
 © IFAW/N. Ovsyanikov
30th January 2013
A new Environics poll commissioned by Humane Society International and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW www.ifaw.org)shows that the vast majority of Canadians support the proposal to prohibit the international commercial trade of polar Read more »
IFAW Highlights Threats to Sharks in Yemen
22nd January 2013
Concerned about the conservation of sharks in the Republic of Yemen, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW - www.ifaw.org) is organizing a national workshop in collaboration with the Yemen Environment Protection Authority. It is estimated 7 Read more »
Whale Watching Worldwide
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Reducing Underwater Noise Pollution From Large Commercial Vessels
Reducing Underwater Noise Pollution From Large Commercial Vessels Read more »
Canadian Attitudes Towards the Commercial Seal Hunt - 2009 update
In late 2008, IFAW commissioned Environics Research Group to include questions on Canada’s commercial seal hunt in its Read more »
The document includes a “Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement”, which is not par
The document includes a “Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement”, which is not part of the Regulations, and “ Read more »
IFAW comments on Proposed Amendments to Marine Mammal Regulations
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) would like to thank you for the opportunity to comment on the proposed Amend Read more »
Press Statement
3rd April 2014 by
Today’s announcement that the pilot badger cull will go ahead in Gloucestershire and Somerset once again this year was Read more »
Southern Californians “Found a Way”
2nd April 2014 by Alexandra Denman
Having trouble seeing the slideshow? Click here to visit the Flickr set. ~~~ As the waves lap the shores of Santa Monica Read more »
Obama Administration lets Iceland know the tides are turning for whales
2nd April 2014 by Beth Allgood
On the heels of an unbelievable victory at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) this past Monday, which saw a panel of Read more »
President Barack Obama announces action against Iceland over its whale meat trad
2nd April 2014 by
United States President Barack Obama has announced a raft of measures against Iceland over its continued slaughter of whales Read more »
US Audited Financials
2nd April 2014 by
Financial Statements for the years ended June 30, 2013 and 2012. Read more »
Nuclear Accidents and the Impact on Animals
2nd April 2014 by
A committee of Subject Matter Experts (Appendix A) from Japan and the United States was convened May 2-3, 2011 to discuss Read more »
US IRS 990 Tax Form
2nd April 2014 by
Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax for Fiscal Year beginning 7/1/2012 and ending 6/30/2013 Read more »
Victory for whales at the International Court of Justice
1st April 2014 by Vassili Papastavrou
It was a hugely ambitious decision by the government of Australia to take Japan to the International Court of Justice over Read more »
ICJ ruling on Japan's scientific whaling Storify news roundup
31st March 2014 by J.C. Bouvier
Below is a round up on today's historic decision from The World Court in the case of Australia vs. the Government 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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