Sud-Soudan : importante saisie d'ivoire en partance vers la Malaisie

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Fri, 06/24/2016
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Vendredi, IFAW (Le Fonds international pour la protection des animaux) a publié les photos d'une opération au Sud-Soudan au cours de laquelle plus d'une tonne d'ivoire a été saisie la semaine dernière. Les défenses et pièces en ivoire pesaient 1,3 tonne et ont été confisquées à l'aéroport de Djouba, au Sud-Soudan. IFAW félicite le South Sudan Wildlife Service et le ministère de l'Environnement et du tourisme pour cette opération.

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Yarmouth Port, MA
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Press Contact: 
Kerry Branon, ;
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(508) 744-2068
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CLAW zonder stroom door diefstal

Tue, 06/21/2016
Een vergiftigde hond arriveert bij de kliniek van CLAW in Durban Deep.

Een vergiftigde hond arriveert bij de kliniek van CLAW in Durban Deep.

Er wordt een grote hond binnengebracht bij de kliniek van IFAW-partner CLAW (Community Led Animal Welfare) in Durban Deep, waar de straatarme inwoners van omringende gemeenschappen terecht kunnen. Ze reageert nergens op, voelt koud aan, jankt hartverscheurend en stuiptrekt.

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TenBoma tech heralded at UN conference

Mon, 06/27/2016

Technologies developed for outer space uses have helped scientists discover underground water sources in drought-stricken Kenya and rescue survivors in the rubble of last year’s Nepal earthquake.

Now, tenBoma is being heralded as another success story in geospatial technology used to save lives—this time the lives of elephants poached for their ivory across Africa.

TenBoma tech heralded at UN conference

Mon, 06/27/2016

Technologies developed for outer space uses have helped scientists discover underground water sources in drought-stricken Kenya and rescue survivors in the rubble of last year’s Nepal earthquake.

Now, tenBoma is being heralded as another success story in geospatial technology used to save lives—this time the lives of elephants poached for their ivory across Africa.

TenBoma tech heralded at UN conference

Mon, 06/27/2016

Technologies developed for outer space uses have helped scientists discover underground water sources in drought-stricken Kenya and rescue survivors in the rubble of last year’s Nepal earthquake.

Now, tenBoma is being heralded as another success story in geospatial technology used to save lives—this time the lives of elephants poached for their ivory across Africa.

TenBoma tech heralded at UN conference

Mon, 06/27/2016

Technologies developed for outer space uses have helped scientists discover underground water sources in drought-stricken Kenya and rescue survivors in the rubble of last year’s Nepal earthquake.

Now, tenBoma is being heralded as another success story in geospatial technology used to save lives—this time the lives of elephants poached for their ivory across Africa.

TenBoma tech heralded at UN conference

Mon, 06/27/2016

Technologies developed for outer space uses have helped scientists discover underground water sources in drought-stricken Kenya and rescue survivors in the rubble of last year’s Nepal earthquake.

Now, tenBoma is being heralded as another success story in geospatial technology used to save lives—this time the lives of elephants poached for their ivory across Africa.

TenBoma tech heralded at UN conference

Mon, 06/27/2016

Technologies developed for outer space uses have helped scientists discover underground water sources in drought-stricken Kenya and rescue survivors in the rubble of last year’s Nepal earthquake.

Now, tenBoma is being heralded as another success story in geospatial technology used to save lives—this time the lives of elephants poached for their ivory across Africa.

Taunton river dolphin dies shortly after rescue

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Mon, 06/27/2016
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Taunton river dolphin dies shortly after rescue

Despite the best efforts of rescuers from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW); a wayward bottlenose dolphin, died shortly after the team rescued it from the Taunton River on Saturday.

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Yarmouth Port, MA
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Kerry Branon (IFAW HQ)
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Июль – самое время наблюдать за белухами

Mon, 06/27/2016

3 июля 2016 г. стартует очередная полевая экспедиция по изучению и сохранению летнего репродуктивного скопления белух на Соловецком острове у мыса Белужий. Эта экспедиция является частью многолетнего проекта Международного фонда защиты животных (IFAW) "Белуха Белого моря" при участии сотрудников лаборатории морских млекопитающих Института океанологии им. П.П. Ширшова РАН.