All Blog Posts for Education

9th September 2011 Per Berggren
This season has been rougher (windier) than previous years and it’s very frustrating because it also a whale rich year Read more »
29th August 2011 Per Berggren
Good news on the Hydrophone recorder front! Finally and after an unforeseen additional fee of more than half of the normal Read more »
4th August 2011 Grace Ge Gabriel
A supporter nearly shouts over the phone receiver, ”All Jiangmen city dogs will be culled. Please help”! Appeals Read more »
Dr. Kati Loeffler instructing Chinese vet students on procedures.
13th July 2011 Nathan Herschler
With our global scope and expertise, IFAW has been able to make humane advancements and shift attitudes on a tremendous Read more »
6th July 2011 Kara Mahoney
One of the rules of the boat for the day was no screaming, well that rule went right out when the dolphins were swimming all Read more »
IFAW believes in the precautionary principle and so we want to do all we can to
29th June 2011 Azzedine Downes
These days, it seems like any idea casually dropped in a coffee break conversation can be, if repeated often enough, and Read more »
New Climate Change & Animals science resources for grades 6-10
New Climate Change & Animals science resources: Free classroom-ready lessons and worksheets for grades 6-10

New "Climate Change & Animals" science resources: Free classroom-ready lessons and worksheets for grades 6-10