All Content for Wildlife trade

Ivory tusks and worked products in Europe
16 May 2017 by Eleonora Panella
A guidance document adopted today by the European Commission recommends that, as of 1 July 2017, EU Member States stop Read more »
In most countries where pangolins live, the enforcement of pangolin trade laws i
15 May 2017 by Mark Hofberg
Pangolins, the world’s most trafficked wild mammals, are about to get a boost. IFAW and other like-minded groups are Read more »
A file photo of tusks of an elephant and the poisoned arrow used to kill the ani
15 May 2017 by Faye Cuevas, Esq.
In light of a particular trend, I imagine the poaching of an elephant to take place much like this: The poacher slowly pulls Read more »
Hunters use nets among other inhumane methods of capture.
12 May 2017 by Dima Abo Kous
Around two billion birds travel the Mediterranean/Black Sea Flyway twice a year. In Cyprus, Egypt, Italy, Lebanon and Syria Read more »
Security threats force closure of rhino orphanage
9 May 2017 by Christina Pretorius
  A post shared by Thula Thula Rhino Fund (@thulathularhinofund) on May 2, 2017 at 12:56am PDT News Read more »
IVORY IN EUROPE: China asks the EU to take credible steps to ban ivory trade
8 May 2017 by Eleonora Panella
Ms Catherine Bearder (ALDE) on behalf of MEP4Wildlife, the coalition of Members of the European Parliament established in Read more »
tenBoma is the best chance we have to stop poachers.
tenBoma is the best chance we have to stop poachers.

tenBoma is the best chance we have to stop poachers.