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A spray of white mist explodes as a humpback whale breaks the water's surface not far from awhale watching boat. Read more »
Update - 12.10.06: Due to unexpected circumstances, the Taiping-4 gorilla move is temporarily on hold. We have just received Read more »
I have posted previously on the floods that routinely wipe out areas of India each year. IFAW has shown commitment to Read more »
Update: Orangutans Return Home and Rivers Change Course Here's a bit of an update : Looks like the BOS team has received Read more »
Below is continued video coverage from IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller, who was recently in Indonesia Read more »
Watch continued video coverage from IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller, who was recently in Indonesia supporting Read more »
The photo that you are looking at to the left was taken during our trip through Agro Bukit, a massive palm oil plantation Read more »
Watch video from IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller, who was recently in Indonesia supporting the Borneo Orangutan Read more »
As we wind down our supporting efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Isaac, I had a chance to talk about our work in detail Watch Video »
Last night we stopped in Greenville, Alabama to rest for the night.   We took the dogs out of our wonderful 36-foot Watch Video »
I write this on my last day in Amboseli National Park, in the shadow of Mt Kilimanjaro. It has been a spectacular journey Watch Video »
In this brief video update, International Fund for Animal Welfare Animal Rescue Program Officer Jennifer Gardner and others Watch Video »
If you wanted to ask an elephant a question, how would you go about it? One way would be to record an elephant’s call Watch Video »
  IFAW’s Brian Sharp, Stranding Coordinator, sits down with Fox 25 News to talk about the historic  finding Watch Video »
I had the privilege of spending a week working with the Sarasota Dolphin Research Project in Sarasota, Florida last week. Watch Video »
When the rains came after the 2009 drought in Kenya’s Amboseli National Park, the vegetation grew and the elephant Watch Video »
My fascination with elephants goes back as far as I can remember. To become a research associate studying Amboseli’s Watch Video »
Australia’s Minister for the Environment and Heritage, the Honorable Ian Campbell, heralded the report today at the IWC meeting saying, “this paper I commend to anyone who wants to have a thorough understanding of the killing methods t Read more »
Despite having gained 33 votes in favor, 32 votes against, and 1 abstention, the status of this declaration within the IWC is as yet unclear, with a number of governments challenging the validity of the vote. In addition to challenging the voting Read more »
The preliminary findings show that the region’s whale watching activities have increased 45% for the period 1998-2005, with a total of 109,540 whale watchers in 2005 alone. The report also found that the Cook Islands, French Polynesia and Gu Read more »
The demonstration came on the last day of the 58th meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) taking place June 16-20 at the Marriott Resort in St. Kitts. Just yesterday, the IWC passed a resolution by consensus stating that, “the Read more »
Despite a global moratorium on whaling set by the International Whaling Commission (IWC) in 1986, the government of Japan continues to hunt more than 1,000 whales a year as part of what it calls its government-run “scientific” whaling Read more »
The team discovered 300-500 baby terns, some only a day old, dead in the surf and littered across the beach. More than a dozen live baby terns were found and rushed to intensive care at IBRRC’s center in San Pedro. Fish & Wildlife and th Read more »
The song “Don’t Be Cruel” has been rewritten with the lyrics:Don’t Be Cruel – to Whales You know I won’t be found, Swimming in the deep blue sea, The Japanese are coming ‘round,They’re going to h Read more »
The ivory was found in two shipments traveling from Tanzania in East Africa to Manila, Philippines and included 350 African elephant tusks – representing at least 175 dead elephants. Officials believe this could be the largest illegal ivory Read more »
Mt. Merapi, a 2,965-meter-high volcano, has threatened eruption since May 13 and has spewed sulfur and heat clouds into the sky. On June 16, a 700-degree Celsius heat cloud struck nearby villages and spread ash across areas of Yogyakarta and Centr Read more »
An estimated 10,000 big cats are kept as pets and for profit in places like basements, backyards and roadside zoos throughout Read more »
Cruise report for DTAG support and photogrammetry research conducted on humpback whales (Megaptera novaengliae) in and around Read more »
Cruise report for a survey of cetaceans in the Azores, Portugal, conducted from R/V Song of the Whale 5th April – 8th M Read more »
Final report for a survey for harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena) of the Dogger Bank and southern North Sea conducted from Read more »
As domesticated animals, dogs and cats rely on us for the basic care that is essential for their health and well-being. At Read more »
Download our poster illustrating the requirements for adequate guardianship. Read more »
It’s been more than 40 years since a small group of concerned citizens banded together to stop Canada’s cruel com Read more »
The EU legislation being challenged by Canada and Norway is Regulation (EC) No. 1007/2009, also known as the “EU s Read more »
A spray of white mist explodes as a humpback whale breaks the water's surface not far from awhale watching boat. Read more »
Update - 12.10.06: Due to unexpected circumstances, the Taiping-4 gorilla move is temporarily on hold. We have just received Read more »
I have posted previously on the floods that routinely wipe out areas of India each year. IFAW has shown commitment to Read more »
Update: Orangutans Return Home and Rivers Change Course Here's a bit of an update : Looks like the BOS team has received Read more »
Below is continued video coverage from IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller, who was recently in Indonesia Read more »
Watch continued video coverage from IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller, who was recently in Indonesia supporting Read more »
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The photo that you are looking at to the left was taken during our trip through Agro Bukit, a massive palm oil plantation Read more »
Watch video from IFAW Emergency Relief worker Jennifer Miller, who was recently in Indonesia supporting the Borneo Orangutan Read more »

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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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