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Warming temperatures have already devastated thousands of species, including wal
16 December 2014 Peter LaFontaine
Normally, you hate to hear people describe their disaster prevention plans as “modest,” “shaky,” or Read more »
The shocking scale of online wildlife trade shows that the internet poses a real
3 December 2014 April Wobst
Following the North Atlantic right whale migration, my colleague Mary Trainor and I headed south to Jacksonville, Florida Read more »
21 November 2014 Azzedine Downes
There are many reasons why the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) rescues and protects animals around the globe. Read more »
Chris Packham makes a plea to the UK presenters Ant and Dec to harness the powe
20 November 2014 Cynthia Milburn
If the way we treat animals is a reflection on how civilised we are, then television provides us with a snapshot of human Read more »
IFAW staff Samuel Matua, Jacqueline Nyagah, Steve Njumbi, Beatrice Owayo and Isa
18 November 2014 Kelvin Alie
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is a leading force in the training of authorities to combat illegal Read more »
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has been at the forefront of th
17 November 2014 Azzedine Downes
Animals are captured and killed every day for illegal wildlife trade, which is valued at $19 billion worldwide and is proven Read more »
Join the 2018 Animal Action Art & Writing Contest today!
Get those paintbrushes, crayons and pencils ready! IFAW's 2018 Animal Action Art & Writing Contest is now open.

IFAW's 2018 Art & Writing Contest is now open for preK-12th grade students! Contest ends March 10, 2018