Tornado-damaged Oklahoma wildlife shelter receives much-needed makeover

Wed, 10/02/2013
Tornado-damaged Oklahoma wildlife shelter receives much-needed makeover

It has been five months since a deadly EF5 tornado devastated the town of Moore, Oklahoma. The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) rushed rescue teams to assist with issues facing dogs, cats, and local wildlife. The following is an update from Animal Lifeline’s Bryn Donnelly on our collaborative efforts to help a local wildlife rehab center get back on their feet.

Spotlight Cameroon: anti-poaching trainings already bearing fruit

Tue, 10/01/2013
Spotlight Cameroon: anti-poaching trainings already bearing fruit

Rangers in Bouba Njida National Park with one of the 43 poachers the team has apprehended since July 1, 2013.No more than two months were needed in order to see the training in the fight against poaching delivered to village guards and rangers in Bouba Njida National Park from March through till

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International Penguin Conference holds many compelling talks, with one close to the heart

Mon, 09/30/2013
An African penguin.

An African penguin. © R. van AardeIt is always great to attend the International Penguin Conference and I’m here, once again, representing the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)!

It is where the penguin researchers from around the world meet and greet.

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Red Rose sources tea from sustainable farms in several countries in which IFAW works to rescue and protect animals and safeguard their habitats.

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Colorado floods: helping a horse-loving community get back on their saddles

Mon, 09/30/2013
A thankful family in Colorado with their healthy horse.

The following is a field report and update from my colleague Claire Koss responding to the floods in Colorado. --SW