All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade

Hunting remains the biggest threat, but human-bear conflict has also increased i
29th December 2015 Subhamoy Bhattacharjee
In a first of its kind sensitization programme on Asiatic black bears, 14 youth from Shergaon – a small but important Read more »
27th December 2015 Azzedine Downes
I am inspired every day by the dramatic rescue of individual elephants, whales, tigers, bears, dogs and cats, such as those Read more »
Lynn Fleetwood, center, in Amboseli National Park with IFAW’s Donna Gadomski (le
23rd December 2015 Lynn Frankel Fleetwood
Lynn Frankel Fleetwood’s photography exhibit of Amboseli is currently on display at Fleetwood’s General Story Read more »
The US Fish & Wildlife Service has announced broad protections to all lions unde
21st December 2015 Azzedine Downes
Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown no longer. The US Fish and Wildlife announced today that African lions will be Read more »
Experience taught us that to reduce wildlife trade, we have to address both dema
14th December 2015 Grace Ge Gabriel
  Great News for #elephants! #Ivory prices down in #China. https://t.co/gNFLo3mJeX pic.twitter.com/kMdKDTweUB — Read more »
Left to right (front): Mr Mark Sprong, Chairman, Lilongwe Wildlife Trust; Madam
11th December 2015 Kate Moore
Like so many other African countries, Malawi has suffered significant elephant losses at the hands of poachers – the Read more »
IFAW is disrupting poaching networks in partnerships with INTERPOL, and others a
IFAW is disrupting poaching networks in partnerships with INTERPOL, and others across the globe.

IFAW is disrupting poaching networks in partnerships with INTERPOL, and others across the globe.