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9 August 2017 Joaquin de la Torre
Tuzita and Soruya are pretty happy with their dog house. It’s new, it’s spacious, and it’s bright blue Read more »
8 August 2017 Donna Gadomski
Last week in New York, musician and IFAW ambassador Mick Fleetwood joined his ex-wife, IFAW ambassador Lynn Fleetwood and Read more »
Celebrate the animals around us this August with the #BritishWildlifeShare
4 August 2017 Rachael Hewish
Summer is here – even if it appears no one remembered to tell the weather! It’s the perfect time to Read more »
London Art World Conservation exhibition highlights endangered animals
4 August 2017 Philip Mansbridge
Last night I had the pleasure of talking at the preview of an amazing art event in Central London, This is Our World. The Read more »
3 August 2017 Jeffrey Flocken
Today, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) destroyed almost two tons of illegal ivory Read more »
koala in blue gum plantation
3 August 2017 Josey Sharrad
Back in 2013, we first told you about the shocking plight of koalas injured and killed in blue gum harvesting operations in Read more »
rhino calves being bottle fed at rehabilitation center in India
2 August 2017 Rupa Gandhi Chaudhary
It’s been a couple of weeks since the floodwaters receded this year and a year since Kaziranga National Park was Read more »
cheetah cub rescued by the cheetah conservation fund associates in somaliland
1 August 2017 Gail A’Brunzo
Two cheetah cubs in Somaliland have been recently rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. Both cubs were voluntarily Read more »
ranger in kasungu national park
30 July 2017 Deanne Gibbs
World Ranger Day is an opportunity to sing the praises of the frontline defenders of our wild places. Men and women who lay Read more »
22 December 2015
This update is sent courtesy of Francois Louw, the Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds ( Watch Video »
14 December 2015
When it comes to educating youngsters about animals, we have to instil an understanding and respect for animals at an early Watch Video »
15 December 2015
This blog is the fifth in a series chronicling the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s transport of dogs from a Watch Video »
Video introducing IFAW’s ground-breaking Trail of Lies report, the biggest study to date on Trail Hunting – an Watch Video »
10 December 2015
I am delighted to share with you this just captured, rare footage of Zolushka (Cinderella in Russian), playing with her two Watch Video »
4 December 2015
I am glad I was there to watch it with an audience. With Roger & Me, Bowling for Columbine and then Fahrenheit 9/11, it Watch Video »
8 December 2015
This year celebrates 20 years since IFAW embarked on an exciting experiment to return orphaned bear cubs back to the wild. Watch Video »
25 November 2015
It isn’t too often that you get something for nothing in this world, and it isn’t too often that you can double Watch Video »
9 November 2015
  Some of you may know me from the hit US television show Glee, where I played Brittany. Today, I am proud to work Watch Video »
IFAW applauds China’s decision to close domestic ivory markets in 2017
30 December 2016
After decades of advocating by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) for shutting down domestic ivory markets, today the Chinese Government delivered on their pledge to close domestic ivory markets in 2017. “This is a tremendous vict Read more »
After meeting with IFAW, Russian Minister advocates for greater animal protectio
28 December 2016
(Moscow, Russia) - On December 27, at the Vladimir Putin-chaired State Council meeting on environmental development in the Russian Federation, several high ranking officials supported International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) positions on the issu Read more »
Exxon urged to abandon actions which threaten last  critically endangered whales
23 December 2016
Results of independent monitoring confirm violations by Exxon in its transportation of cargo off Sakhalin Island, Russia   Animal welfare and conservation groups are calling on oil giant Exxon to halt operations which threaten the last  wes Read more »
2016: Another Fatal Year for Elephants
22 December 2016
Elephants continued to be slaughtered for their ivory this year. With today’s announcement of two tons of ivory in Kenya, more than 20 tons of illegal ivory, plus 949 elephant tusks and more than 3,000 pieces were reportedly seized in 2016, wit Read more »
Figures from this year's badger cull
16 December 2016
The Government today released latest figures from this year’s controversial badger cull. A total of 10,866 badgers were killed by Government contractors in what leading scientists, animal welfare groups and members of the public deem a pointles Read more »
Pamela Anderson and IFAW meet with Kremlin officials to discuss animal welfare a
15 December 2016
Actress and conservationist Pamela Anderson is joining IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia this week to promote conservation of Russian wildlife. Discussion items include marine mammals and orca trade, rehabi Read more »
IFAW’s new report advocates measuring happiness and wellbeing, not just economic
14 December 2016
A nation’s prosperity should not be measured by economic activity alone, but rather by a more expansive measure assessing economic, social and environmental wellbeing, according to a new report from IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare). Read more »
Conservation charities rejoice as UK Government pledges an additional £13 millio
17 November 2016
Today at the Hanoi Conference on the Illegal Wildlife Trade the UK Government has committed to spend an additional £13 million to help tackle all aspects of the illegal wildlife trade, doubling the UK’s current investment. The announcemen Read more »
Wildlife Law Enforcement Agencies Gather to Enhance Skills of Wildlife Law Prose
15 November 2016
Boosting law enforcement skills of stakeholders is critical to detecting, managing and adjudicating over wildlife cases In spite of evidence showing wildlife crime is linked to other forms of serious offenses, most countries apply wildlife policies a Read more »
Click to delete - ENDANGERED WILDLIFE FOR SALE IN NEW ZEALAND
by adintino
Wildlife crime ranks among the most lucrative of serious and organised international crimes along with human trafficking, dru Read more »
Click to delete - AUSTRALIAN WEBSITES SELLING ENDANGERED WILDLIFE
by adintino
Wildlife crime ranks among the most lucrative of serious and organised international crimes along with human trafficking, dru Read more »
World of Animals Issue 18
by rbartlett
World of Animals Issue 18 Read more »
IFAW: A case for stepping up CITES enforcement in the EU
by rbartlett
IFAW recently investigated how CITES is enforced in the European Union, and given the amount of wildlife goods being seized, Read more »
Nuclear Accidents and the Impact on Animals
by jjones
A committee of Subject Matter Experts (Appendix A) from Japan and the United States was convened May 2-3, 2011 to discuss ani Read more »
by jjones
Rampant poaching has put African elephants on the verge of extinction in the wild, and the United States (U.S.) is complicit Read more »
IFAW Briefing -- Bill C-555: An Act respecting the Marine Mammal Regulations
by rbartlett
Bill C – 555 proposes to increase the distance that a person must maintain from another person who is fishing for seals Read more »
Rabies: Risks and Prevention
by rbartlett
A practical guide to understanding the risks and prevention of rabies in people and dogs. (Also available in Spanish and Bosn Read more »
World of Animals Issue 17
by rbartlett
World of Animals Issue 17 Read more »
Badger slaughter set to resume with more kill zones and licences confirmed for s
11 September 2017 by adintino
Animal welfare campaigners have condemned plans for this year’s badger cull, with additional kill zones announced and Read more »
Taking the ‘Meet Us Don’t Eat Us’ message directly to Iceland’s tourists
8 September 2017 by Andy Mansell
Iceland is hot right now (figuratively speaking of course). This tiny country of 300,000 residents is set to receive 2 Read more »
Street artist Sonny creates huge rhino mural in Croydon, London
8 September 2017 by Philip Mansbridge
UPDATE: The mural is complete – and we think it looks stunning! Here's a photo of the completed work. It's Read more »
silky shark swims in the Gulf of Mexico
7 September 2017 by Dr. Akram Darwich
Populations of sharks and rays have drastically declined world-wide due to massive over-exploitation. As sharks and rays Read more »
wildlife sanctuary suffers loss in hurricane harvey
7 September 2017 by Shannon Walajtys
During catastrophic disasters, many organizations and responders agree that animals are often the ones left behind, Read more »
elephant calf in kasungu national park
6 September 2017 by Deanne Gibbs
The increase in scale and nature of the illegal wildlife trade combined with Malawi’s previously undeveloped and Read more »
ifaw brand ambassadors visit amboseli national park in kenya
5 September 2017 by Azzedine Downes
IFAW staffers Angela Williams and Debbie Zinck were recipients of our organization-wide 2016 Barbara Fried Brand Ambassador Read more »
Rescued Rhino Rehabilitated by IFAW-WTI and the Assam Forest Department into Man
5 September 2017 by adintino
‘Jamuna’, a female rhino that had been rehabilitated into the wild by the International Fund for Animal Welfare Read more »
Internationally renowned street artist brings his world mural tour to London to
5 September 2017 by adintino
Who: ‘Sonny’ – South African (British-born) street artist with a global following uses his dramatic style Read more »

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Hunted down! Dramatic moment a notorious gang of ivory poachers are caught in an undercover sting in Zambia: Photo documentation of the dramatic moment notorious ivory poachers are caught –  read more.

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