Серый кит Пончик снова вернулся на нагул в залив Пильтун.

Mon, 08/10/2015

С 22 июля мы были без связи – у сотового оператора произошла авария. Все это время в районе залива стоит плохая погода. То над морем настолько густой туман, что мы не видим противоположного берега, то свирепствует штормовой ветер. Свободное время используем для обработки данных. В последний раз в море было очень многолюдно, точнее «многокорабельно». Как обычно, присутствовали суда обеспечения, каждое из них базировалось неподалеку от своей нефтяной платформы.

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世界大象日,IFAW呼吁关注大象生存危机,拒绝象牙制品

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Wed, 08/12/2015
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世界大象日,IFAW呼吁关注大象生存危机,拒绝象牙制品

  今天,成千上万来自世界各地的动物保护者将一起为世界上最大的陆地动物——大象庆祝。

  “在我们为大象的生存和未来深感担忧的时候,世界大象日给大家提供了一个契机,让我们在这一天赞美这一惊人的物种,共同庆祝我们为保护大象所付出的努力。”国际爱护动物基金会(International Fund for Animal Welfare, 简称IFAW, www.ifaw.org.cn)南非地区总代表Jason Bell说。

  “栖息地丧失和盗猎给大象带来前所未有的危机,与此同时,我们也看到了政府、非政府组织以及公众在终止因象牙而猎杀大象的犯罪活动、停止象牙贸易和缓解人象冲突上所做的努力和决心。”

  “数千年来,人们被大象深深吸引。 从科学角度来讲,大象非常智慧,它们有着和人类一样复杂的社会和家庭结构。如果非洲大草原上、雨林里没有成群迁徙的大象,如果亚洲最古老的壁画和雕带中没有了被奉为美丽与智慧的象征的大象,这个世界会是一个多么凄凉的世界。”Bell说。

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南非 开普敦
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张琦 (IFAW中国办公室)
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+86 10 6440 2960
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非洲大象罗拉再次“抵京”,与大家一起度过第四个世界大象日

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Wed, 08/12/2015
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非洲大象罗拉再次“抵京”,与大家一起度过第四个世界大象日

  今天,国际爱护动物基金会(International Fund for Animal Welfare, 简称IFAW, www.ifaw.org.cn)联合北京悠唐购物中心和旺旺集团,共同拉开了“拯救大象罗拉——对象牙制品说不”全球减少象牙消费行动(北京站)的序幕,非洲大象“罗拉”再次在北京亮相,与大家一起度过第四个世界大象日。

  “非洲大象正在面临着前所未有的危机。不仅栖息地丧失和破碎化使得大象种群举步维艰,非法猎杀和象牙贸易更在过去的3、4年内夺去了超过10万头非洲大象的生命,盲目的象牙消费正在将这个地球上最大的也是最古老的物种赶尽杀绝”IFAW亚洲地区总代表葛芮说。

  为了让更多公众了解象牙贸易背后丑陋,给非洲大象一线生存的希望,IFAW于去年11月19日在北京启动了“拯救大象罗拉——对象牙制品说不”全球减少象牙消费行动。由袁熙坤、王石、王珞丹、李宇春、李亚、张越、翟建民、孙冕和小柯等11位为大象保护代言的中国意见领袖纷纷为大象代言,呼吁中国公众拒绝象牙消费。

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中国北京
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Trending tijdens #Worldelephantday: #elke15minuten

Tue, 08/11/2015
#Every15Minutes

Vertel het anderen.

Elke 15 minuten wordt er een olifant voor zijn slagtanden gedood door stropers.

Elke. 15. minuten.

Het International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) zal aandacht vragen voor dit verschrikkelijke feit door op World Elephant Day vanaf middernacht elke 15 minuten tweets te posten.

Elke tweet is een uniek portret van een olifant - een intelligent individu met gevoel dat deel uitmaakt van een familie en een gemeenschap. Het lijden van ieder individu is van belang.

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Scientific Community Stands Strong for Elephants

Tue, 08/11/2015
Scientists are gravely concerned about this crisis and its enormously dire impac

Scientists are gravely concerned about this crisis and its enormously dire impact on the African elephant population.In the struggle between the survival of African elephants and unchecked ivory consumption, consumption is winning.

Scientific Community Stands Strong for Elephants

Tue, 08/11/2015
Scientists are gravely concerned about this crisis and its enormously dire impac

Scientists are gravely concerned about this crisis and its enormously dire impact on the African elephant population.In the struggle between the survival of African elephants and unchecked ivory consumption, consumption is winning.

Responding to floods in Myanmar for first time

Tue, 08/11/2015
Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil Hasselgå

Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil HasselgåWith higher than average monsoon rainfall amounts recorded throughout Asia and 500 deaths attributed to flood-related events, International Fund for Animal Welfare deployed today to join partner Giving a Future Animal Aid (GAF) in Myanmar for rapid assessments and response planning to help animals in need.

Responding to floods in Myanmar for first time

Tue, 08/11/2015
Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil Hasselgå

Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil HasselgåWith higher than average monsoon rainfall amounts recorded throughout Asia and 500 deaths attributed to flood-related events, International Fund for Animal Welfare deployed today to join partner Giving a Future Animal Aid (GAF) in Myanmar for rapid assessments and response planning to help animals in need.

Responding to floods in Myanmar for first time

Tue, 08/11/2015
Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil Hasselgå

Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil HasselgåWith higher than average monsoon rainfall amounts recorded throughout Asia and 500 deaths attributed to flood-related events, International Fund for Animal Welfare deployed today to join partner Giving a Future Animal Aid (GAF) in Myanmar for rapid assessments and response planning to help animals in need.