Les animaux sauvages du parc national de Kaziranga sauvés des eaux en Inde

Wed, 09/10/2014

Alors que le soleil brille sur le parc national de Kaziranga, les eaux qui l’ont récemment inondé semblent à présent reculer de toutes parts.

Depuis le 25 août, début de la mousson, le Fonds international pour la protection des animaux (IFAW) et les quatre unités mobiles du Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) se sont ralliés aux efforts des gardes forestiers de Kaziranga et de la population locale afin de secourir 33 animaux sauvages.

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Threats persist for wild Amur tigers in Far East Russia

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Fri, 09/26/2014
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Threats persist for wild Amur tigers in Far East Russia

On the Tiger Day eve which is celebrated on September 28 in the streets of Vladivostok  and some other cities of the Russian Far East, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) cautions that the Amur tiger population is still in danger and that their population may be decreasing despite recent successes in tiger rehabilitation.

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Vladivostok, Russia
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Kerry Branon (IFAW HQ)
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+1 508 744 2068
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Die Musik-Gruppe Deichkind unterstützt den IFAW

Fri, 09/26/2014
Deichkind versteigerte auf eBay unter anderem eine signierte Vinyl-Single.

Deichkind versteigerte auf eBay unter anderem diese signierte Vinyl-Single für den guten Zweck.

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Animal Rescue team deploys as volcano Mayon threatens Philippines

Fri, 09/26/2014
Animal Rescue team deploys as volcano Mayon threatens Philippines

Philippine Governor Jose Salceda has asked IFAW for help in response to a possible eruption of volcano Mayon.

Volcanic eruptions are one of the most difficult types of disasters to prepare for, especially when they have a history like the Mayon, the Philippines’ most active volcano having erupted nearly 50 times in the past 400 years.

Regen, Sonne, Schnee – ist das Klima?

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Fri, 09/26/2014
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Heute, in der Woche der UN-Klimakonferenz, veröffentlicht der IFAW (Internationaler Tierschutz-Fonds) sein neues Materialheft „Tierisch toll – Mach dich stark für das Klima“. Das neue Heft in der IFAW Serie „Tierisch Toll" erklärt, was der Klimawandel ist und wie er sich auf unterschiedliche Lebensräume und die dort lebenden Tiere auswirkt. Es zeigt auch auf, was jeder von uns tun kann. Zudem sind Vorschläge für Lerneinheiten und Experimente, die den Klimawandel erfahrbar machen, Teil des Hefts.

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Hamburg
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Andreas Dinkelmeyer
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+49 (0)40 866 500 15
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On World Rabies Day, the choice to end rabies is yours and mine

Sun, 09/28/2014
On World Rabies Day, the choice to end rabies is yours and mine

Bringing an end to rabies starts with people.Rabies is seriously scary.

Occurring in more than 150 countries and territories, this fatal disease causes the death of tens of thousands of people every year (WHO, 2014).

Pour protéger les baleines sur la côte ouest des États-Unis : l'appli Whale Alert désormais accessible au grand public

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Thu, 09/11/2014
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Pour protéger les baleines sur la côte ouest des États-Unis : l'appli Whale Aler

Les marins et le grand public naviguant sur la côte ouest des États-Unis peuvent dorénavant utiliser leur iPad™ ou iPhone™ afin d’éviter les collisions avec les baleines, l’une des principales causes de blessure ou de mort de ces dernières.

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Yarmouth Port, Etats-Unis

Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre: Saving West Australia’s unique wildlife

Thu, 09/25/2014
Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre cares for West Australia’s wildlife.

A boodie receiving care at Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.Yesterday I was lucky enough to visit Kanyana, an amazing wildlife sanctuary and rehabilitation centre in the Perth Hills, run by June Butcher. June and her late husband Lloyd founded the sanctuary over 40 years ago to treat and care for the injured wildlife they encountered.