Cougars rescued in Marion County Owner injured just before Turpentine Creek Refuge workers arrive

Incident date: 
Sat, 07/07/2007
Date reported: 
Sat, 07/07/2007
Date Published: 
Sat, 07/07/2007 (All day)
City: 
Marion County
State: 
Arkansas
Category: 
Human Injury
Name: 
Cougars rescued in Marion County Owner injured just before Turpentine Creek Refuge workers arrive
Headline: 
Cougars rescued in Marion County Owner injured just before Turpentine Creek Refuge workers arrive
Summary: 

Shortly before representatives from a wildlife refuge arrived to rehome two cougars kept as pets, the owner of the cougars was attacked. The male cougar knocked the owner to the ground and began biting him. The owner surrendering the cats to the reufge as he could not not take the animals to the new location.

Publication: 
Baxter Bulletin
Author: 
Armando Rios

Tiger cubs heading to new home

Incident date: 
Mon, 05/02/2005
Date reported: 
Mon, 05/02/2005
Date Published: 
Mon, 05/02/2005 (All day)
City: 
Chatham
State: 
Arkansas
Category: 
Escape
Name: 
Tiger cubs heading to new home
Headline: 
Tiger cubs heading to new home
Summary: 

Two tiger cubs were found by authorities. After spending several months in a zoo the cubs were then transferred to a preserve in Pittsboro.

Publication: 
Chatham Journal

Lawsuit filed against McClelland's Critters

Incident date: 
Thu, 03/26/2009
Date reported: 
Thu, 03/26/2009
Date Published: 
Thu, 03/26/2009 (All day)
City: 
Banks
State: 
Alabama
Category: 
Human Injury
Name: 
Lawsuit filed against McClelland's Critters
Headline: 
Lawsuit filed against McClelland's Critters
Summary: 

While visiting McClelland's Critters Zoo, a 1-year-old boy was hurt by a leopard. The leopard reached out of its cage and cut open the boy's arm. The mother's attorney said no double fence or protection separated the leopard from visitors.

Publication: 
Troy Messenger
Author: 
Holli Keaton

Worker hurt in lion attack at Birmingham Zoo

Incident date: 
Thu, 02/16/2006
Date reported: 
Thu, 02/16/2006
Date Published: 
Thu, 02/16/2006 (All day)
City: 
Birmingham
State: 
Alabama
Category: 
Human Injury
Name: 
Worker hurt in lion attack at Birmingham Zoo
Headline: 
Worker hurt in lion attack at Birmingham Zoo
Summary: 

The Director of Birmingham Zoo was injured when a 19-year-old lion attacked her. The woman was treated for scalp wounds at a nearby hospital.

Publication: 
Tuscaloosa News
Author: 
Tuscaloosa News

Lead the pack to help stop wolf hunting with dogs in Wisconsin

Wed, 02/20/2013
Since losing their endangered species status in 2011, wolves now fight for survi

Since losing their endangered species status in 2011, wolves now fight for survivalDespite nationwide uproar and the blight it places upon his state, Wisconsin judge Peter Anderson recently issued a final ruling that will allow hunters to legally use dogs to hunt wolves during wolf breeding, denning and birthing season—effectively making Wisconsin the only state in the nation with this b

Community road test proves small changes for animals can facilitate broad outcomes

Fri, 02/22/2013
Having eleven different nationalities and cultures represented during our road t

Having eleven different nationalities and cultures represented during our road test allowed us to look at the overall process.Here at the International Fund for Animal Welfare, we have long wanted to extend our impact for dogs and cats beyond our flagship proje

WTO hearings day two: Canadian sealing comes under fire – but not from the EU

Wed, 02/20/2013
Canadian East Coast seal hunt - and now the Inuit seal hunt - are being depicted

Canadian East Coast seal hunt - and now the Inuit seal hunt - are being depicted as the cruelest on the planet.I’m in Geneva for the first round of WTO hearings on Canada and Norway’s challenge of EU regulations on seal products. 

Japan's aging, ornery whaling fleet again defies a global ban

Wed, 02/20/2013
The harpoon on a Japanese whaling vessel.

The loaded harpoon on a Japanese whaling vessel.As David McNeill of The Economist magazine introduced our panel in Tokyo to a packed room at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan earlier this month, he noted that most present were well familiar with the yearly “whale wars” once again playing out

東アフリカは違法象牙の取引所

Publication Date: 
Thu, 11/15/2012
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わずか3週間で3件の大規模な象牙の押収が行われ、残酷な違法象牙の取引所という東アフリカのイメージがさらに悪化しました。

今回の押収は国際動物福祉基金(IFAW - www.ifaw.org)東アフリカ地域事務局長、ジェームズ・イシチの予測を反映しており、「この調子では数週間もしないうちに過去2年間の違法象牙の積荷の2大ルートまたは供給源であるケニアとタンザニアに関わる大規模な象牙押収がまた報告されるでしょう」とイシチは昨日言いました。

今週ドバイの税関は、ケニアから香港に出荷された410万米ドル相当の215本の象牙の積荷を押収したと発表しました。象牙は「赤インゲン豆」と記載された袋に隠されていました。

2週間前の10月31日には、タンザニアで史上最大規模の象牙が押収され、棺や「肥料」と記載された袋に隠された132万米ドル相当の200本以上の象牙を警察が発見しました。密輸品はダルエスサラームからケニアに出荷されるところでした。2名のケニア人を含む3名の容疑者が逮捕されました。

Press Location: 
南アフリカ、ケープタウン
Press Contact
Press Contact: 
クリスティーナ・プレトリウス(IFAWアフリカ南部)
アドリアン・ヒール(IFAW EU)
Contact phone: 
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Spotlight India: kids imagination runs wild during “Art for Elephants” pilot

Tue, 02/19/2013
AAE India project lead Dhiresh Joshi at the Art for Elephants workshop_Rupa Gand

AAE India project lead Dhiresh Joshi at the Art for Elephants workshop.Ever imagined a flying elephant with sleek wings, not our dear friend Dumbo or a rock star with headphones?

When working with kids, the sky is not the limit.