All Blog Posts for Elephants

Musolole (centre) is greeted at the Release Facility by Tafika.
23 March 2016 Rachael Murton
Orphaned elephants Zambezi (Bezi) and Musolole have taken their first steps towards a life back in the wild. Last week, they Read more »
A petition to list African elephants and pangolins warrants a review.
15 March 2016 Jeffrey Flocken
Tomorrow, the US government will issue “90-day Findings” on two technical petitions that IFAW partnered in Read more »
11 March 2016 Mark Hofberg
Early this week, Curtis Wilmington, the owner of the Oahu gifts retailer Hawaiian Accessories, Inc. pleaded guilty to Read more »
Today’s Congressional forum will feature thought leaders from the US government,
8 March 2016 Faye Cuevas, Esq.
It has now been a year since the International Fund for Animal Welfare and partners launched tenBoma, the groundbreaking Read more »
INTERPOL estimates the illegal wildlife trade to be worth $10-20bn a year.
8 March 2016 David Cowdrey
After weeks and months of speculation about its future and potential Government cuts, the Home Office and Department for Read more »
IFAW and partners conducted a “snap-shot” investigation in Hawaii of an under-st
3 March 2016 Peter LaFontaine
Hawaii is certainly one of the most beautiful places on the planet, drawing visitors from across the Pacific region and the Read more »
Thank the FWS for taking action about ivory.
and thank the FWS

Thank the FWS for taking action about ivory.