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This video features the rescue efforts of a rehabilitation team at SANCCOB (South African National Foundation for the Read more »
A seal pup during rehabilitation at the Marine Mammal Center located in the Marin Headlands of Northern California Read more »
IFAW - A lion cub resting in dry grass at the Komdraii Conservancy in South Africa. 1. A happy ending for a rescued Read more »
AP - Katie King I was en route to Dallas, TX yesterday, waiting for my connecting flight in Chicago when CNN reported Read more »
Michael Booth, the same photographer that went to Indonesia with me, recently returned from South Africa where he Read more »
1. Every month elephants migrating through inhabited areas of India fall into man made ditches, are hit by cars, separated Read more »
  Henry, a dog in Utah, has become a flagship for new legislation against animal cruelty. Henry's life story includes Read more »
This past week has been a clear indicator that marine mammal strandings are at another high this year. This time last year Read more »
IFAW funded CWRC Staff walk buffaloes to their release area. The New Year has gotten off to a good start for two Read more »
The International Fund for Animal Welfare Whale Program Director, Patrick Ramage, gives a brief summary of the South Watch Video »
As I and other members of Team IFAW and government delegates from dozens of member countries migrate to Panama City, Panama Watch Video »
About 30 customs officials, border police and wildlife law enforcement agents from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Watch Video »
This video captures some of the tourists who were approached during the “Meet Us Don’t Eat Us” campaign Watch Video »
In some ways, elephants are no different than you and me. They recognize themselves as individuals and as close-knit family Watch Video »
Today a debate will begin in the Canadian Senate on Senator Mac Harb’s bill to end commercial sealing. A rational Watch Video »
CEO Fred O’Regan, Siobhan Magnus and other IFAW staff discuss the 2012 Animal Action Awards. There are three things I Watch Video »
Two months ago we shared the story of our efforts to move Tasha the cougar and Nikita the white tigress to a sanctuary in Watch Video »
The CITES treaty came into force in 1975 amid growing concern over the human impact of unregulated trade in endangered species. Since then, CITES has recognized most elephant populations as critically endangered, and has strict prohibitions on the Read more »
“Making Waves for Seals,” is this year’s theme – focusing on seals and the many threats seals face like: pollution, habitat loss, climate change, entanglement in fishing nets, commercial hunting and extinction. IFAW distribu Read more »
CITES lists the tiger among the most endangered species in need of protection, identifying illegal trade as the major threat to the species. Poaching to supply tiger parts to illegal markets has completely wiped out wild tigers from some nature re Read more »
The Parliament resolution considers that the protection of animals in Europe should not be restricted to farm animals and animals in experimentation but should extend to all groups of animals, including wild animals with full regard paid to anima Read more »
The whaling ship, owned by prominent Icelandic businessman Kristjan Loftsson, arrived this morning at Hvalfjordur (Whale Fjord), a small inlet with a dock used by whalers in Iceland’s whaling days. The country’s sole whale meat process Read more »
In November 2004, detectives from the Metropolitan Police executed search warrants at three London premises belonging to George F Trumper Ltd, a company specialising in the sale of gentleman's grooming accessories. Twenty four ivory items were sei Read more »
“This is a great day for IFAW, for our staff and partners on Cape Cod, and for the many animals we protect worldwide,” said IFAW President and CEO Fred O’Regan. “The headquarters we break ground for today will bring our 150 Read more »
The demarche expresses the countries’ opposition to the resumption of commercial whale hunting and asks the Icelandic government to reconsider its policy. “We are heartened by the strong global reaction and hopeful that the Icelandic g Read more »
An animal rescue team from IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare – www.ifaw.org) and the Borneo Orangutan Sanctuary Foundation (BOSF) has already treated more than forty orangutans for respiratory problems and burns. Annual fires are in Read more »
Conclusions: Loopholes compounded by lack of enforcement resources and capacities mean that China's system and its im Read more »
Being the largest remaining hunt for any marine mammal population is sufficient to qualify Canada’s commercial seal hun Read more »
The second edition of ‘Black and Grey’ -Illegal Ivory in Japanese Markets, brings to the readers the fundamental Read more »
Canada’s commercial seal slaughter is neither humane nor adequately regulated. This is confirmed by a number of veterin Read more »
Canada’s commercial seal hunt remains an industry predominantly based on the skins of seals aged 3 weeks to 3 months of Read more »
Sea surface temperature (SST) time-series from the southwest Atlantic and the El Nin˜o 4 region in the western Pacific Read more »
This video features the rescue efforts of a rehabilitation team at SANCCOB (South African National Foundation for the Read more »
A seal pup during rehabilitation at the Marine Mammal Center located in the Marin Headlands of Northern California Read more »
IFAW - A lion cub resting in dry grass at the Komdraii Conservancy in South Africa. 1. A happy ending for a rescued Read more »
AP - Katie King I was en route to Dallas, TX yesterday, waiting for my connecting flight in Chicago when CNN reported Read more »
Michael Booth, the same photographer that went to Indonesia with me, recently returned from South Africa where he Read more »
1. Every month elephants migrating through inhabited areas of India fall into man made ditches, are hit by cars, separated Read more »
  Henry, a dog in Utah, has become a flagship for new legislation against animal cruelty. Henry's life story includes Read more »
This past week has been a clear indicator that marine mammal strandings are at another high this year. This time last year Read more »
IFAW funded CWRC Staff walk buffaloes to their release area. The New Year has gotten off to a good start for two 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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