All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade

Policy spotlight: working in Germany and Arabia to save the shark
26th September 2012 Dr. Ralf (Perry) Sonntag
A few decades ago sharks were considered the monsters of the sea, you would be better off if you didn’t come across Read more »
Free roaming elephants at Majete Wildlife Reserve in Malawi. © IFAW
21st September 2012 Neil Greenwood
In June of 2009, the International Fund for Animal Welfare embarked on a massive project to relocate 83 elephants from the Read more »
Zanesville Sheriff Matthew Lutz and IFAW DC office campaigner Tracy Coppola.
21st September 2012 Tracy Coppola
On September 20th, the International Fund for Animal Welfare led a successful Congressional briefing on Capitol Hill to Read more »
Rare rhinos spotted in the wild for the first time in 26 years
20th September 2012 Jeffrey Flocken
If you are following the news these days, you likely know that rhinos are in crisis.  Experts agree that the rampant Read more »
Rhino poachers pay a stiff price for their crime
18th September 2012 Adrian Hiel
There’s very good news out of South Africa as two poachers were sentenced to 29 years each for their roles in killing Read more »
Elephants drinking.
18th September 2012 Jason Bell
What a privilege it is to work for an organization like the International Fund for Animal Welfare.  I have just Read more »
Thank President Obama
Thank President Obama for fighting illegal wildlife trade

Thank President Obama