All Blog Posts for Education

Kenya celebrates the inaugural World Wildlife Day
13 March 2014 Jacqueline Nyagah
The last several months since the beginning of the year have been bitter-sweet for wildlife conservation and animal welfare Read more »
Why the declawing of big cats needs to stop now
11 March 2014 Kelly Donithan
Research shows that newly declawed cats shift their body weight backward onto the large central pad of the front feet and Read more »
Have we forgotten to look at things from our dogs’ perspective?
4 March 2014 Janice Hannah
Sometimes I wonder how much we understand about dogs.  Our own dogs, dogs in the park, dogs on the street in Read more »
Spotlight South Africa: teaching the inaugural World Wildlife Day class
3 March 2014 Lisa Cant-Haylett
Having trouble viewing the slideshow above? Click here. World Wildlife Day takes place today, 3rd March 2014, as declared Read more »
Matt Sorum. c. Eric Hobbs
3 February 2014 Matt Sorum
Animal welfare is one of my greatest passions. I’m proud to dedicate more of my time these days to learn about the Read more »
Greater Manas Conservation Project: new livelihoods through weaving
24 January 2014 James Kinney
This story was compiled by our colleagues Nizira Borgoyary and Shaleen Attre.—JK Mirina Basumatary used to make Read more »
Join the 2017 IFAW World of Animals Art Contest today!
IFAW's 2017 World of Animals Art Contest is now open for US preK-12th grade students! Contest ends March 30, 2017

 IFAW's 2017 World of Animals Art Contest is now open for preK-12th grade students! Contest ends March 30, 2017