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1. IFAW applauds Congress for introducing legislation to improve public safety related to dangerous cats such as tigers and Read more »
The Mzdananda page on IFAW's website opens with this: "There’s a wide school of thought that somehow believes poor Read more »
Photo of Week is a feature that highlights the work IFAW does around the world everyday to rescue orphaned, injured, or Read more »
Following up with some information on the 6 rhinos that were recently found butchered by poachers in a national park in Read more »
Hey there everyone - Patrick Ramage, the International Fund for Animal Welfare's Global Whales Programs Manager will be Read more »
Song of the Whale. a global ambassador for IFAW's whale conservation campaigns, is a state of-the-art education and research Read more »
From Bridget Jones on board the Song of the Whale, IFAW’s whale research vessel. After a busy season of outreach work which Read more »
More great news for seals this week! Yesterday, Austria, and today the government of France has declared their intention to Read more »
Elephants don’t have much to laugh about these days. And it’s our fault as humans. During the last couple of Watch Video »
Every year a number of frontline staff lose their lives while protecting India’s natural heritage. They often face Watch Video »
Yet again this was simply a great evening at the Villa Neukölln in Berlin, Germany. Hundreds of curious people were Watch Video »
Watch the video above - IFAW-WTI Wildlife Crime Prevention: Van Rakshak Project training in Pench Tiger Reserve ~~~ The Watch Video »
The ownership of exotic animals in the United States is a huge and looming issue. Reality check: did you know there are more Watch Video »
When Canada and Norway complained about the EU’s 2009 seal trade ban to the World Trade Organisation (WTO), the Watch Video »
Celebrations are underway on both sides of the world as tigers Svetlaya and Ustin were safely released back to wild. This Watch Video »
Following a successful five-day run of “A Dog’s Life,” staged by the International Fund for Animal Welfare Watch Video »
On Wednesday morning, May 28th, as our crews were already busily loading the remaining tigers and other animals from the Watch Video »
Icelandic media is reporting that whalers have killed a 7.4-metre male minke whale. The whale, said to have been caught last night (Tue) in Faxafloi Bay near Reykjavik, is expected to be brought ashore later today. The International Fund for Read more »
While the exact circumstances and status of the shipments remains unclear, the export of fin and minke whale meat to Japan appears to have taken place without the knowledge or authorisation of relevant Icelandic, Norwegian and Japanese authorities Read more »
In response to these developments, IFAW today is renewing its call for eBay, Inc. to institute a full and complete ban on all elephant ivory products worldwide. “eBay’s affiliates in countries including Germany, Australia, France Read more »
“We are extremely upset by the news that Oyin, one of the gorillas relocated to Cameroon from South Africa in December 2007, has passed away. She had apparently been sickly for about 10 days. At this stage it is unclear what caused her illne Read more »
Significant amounts of ivory in these stocks up for export from Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, has been collected through culling, which is defined as killing as a means to address population control, and also natural deaths.   Read more »
The railway line, which joins the holy city of Haridwar on the foothills of the Himalayas to the busy capital of the Uttarakhand state, Dehradun, had seen 20 elephant deaths, including those of tuskers and pregnant females, between 1987 and March Read more »
Longstanding IFAW board member and “Hardball” news anchor Chris Matthews will host the opening reception and program exposition showcasing IFAW’s global animal protection projects on Friday, June 20, from 4 to 7 p.m.   Read more »
Conservationists worldwide, including experts with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (www.ifaw.org), expressed concern that a compromise might be agreed that would overturn the moratorium and legitimize commercial whaling.  “The Read more »
The research team, led by Dr. Scott Baker of Oregon State University, analyzed DNA from 99 whale meat products purchased in Japanese markets since 2006 and identified six baleen whale species: humpback, fin, sei, Bryde’s, North Pacific minke Read more »
Financial Statements for the years ended June 30, 2013 and 2012. Read more »
The Wildlife Interaction Plan enables municipalities to develop and implement practical community-based approaches for foster Read more »
This action encourages municipalities to work in partnership with schools, state agencies, and other community organizations Read more »
A Companion Animal Management Plan is a tool for Municipalities to establish humane, efficient, and effective solutions to co Read more »
Our first campaign, in 1969, was in protest of the Canadian seal hunt. By the 1980s, our work, and the outrage of millions of Read more »
Lions are in peril as never before due to growing human populations and corresponding habitat loss, loss of prey species, hum Read more »
In the Navajo Nation, a vast Native American homeland in the south-western United States, poverty and hardship mean that owne Read more »
For people on the breadline in Germany, it can be hard looking after a beloved pet. Owners struggle to afford food for themse Read more »
1. IFAW applauds Congress for introducing legislation to improve public safety related to dangerous cats such as tigers and Read more »
The Mzdananda page on IFAW's website opens with this: "There’s a wide school of thought that somehow believes poor Read more »
Photo of Week is a feature that highlights the work IFAW does around the world everyday to rescue orphaned, injured, or Read more »
Following up with some information on the 6 rhinos that were recently found butchered by poachers in a national park in Read more »
1. Ngmaba Island: This is a great article that highlights the work of several groups that support the rescue and Read more »
Hey there everyone - Patrick Ramage, the International Fund for Animal Welfare's Global Whales Programs Manager will be Read more »
Song of the Whale. a global ambassador for IFAW's whale conservation campaigns, is a state of-the-art education and research Read more »
From Bridget Jones on board the Song of the Whale, IFAW’s whale research vessel. After a busy season of outreach work which Read more »
More great news for seals this week! Yesterday, Austria, and today the government of France has declared their intention to 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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