All Blog Posts for Education

Why we raise bees at our headquarters
7 October 2014 Phyllis Bayer
Global plant pollination is in decline. Scientists blame namely two factors: climate change and the scourge of colony Read more »
Celebrating the expansion of educational offerings on World Animal Day
4 October 2014 Azzedine Downes
When I was younger, I pored over volumes of Encyclopedia Britannica to peer into animal worlds that I could not experience Read more »
Tiger Day on its way to becoming a traditional event in Far East Russia
29 September 2014 Anna Filippova
This year, Tiger Day in the Russian Far East took place for the 15th time on September 28, 2014. I personally participated Read more »
On World Rabies Day, the choice to end rabies is yours and mine
28 September 2014 Hanna Lentz
Rabies is seriously scary. Occurring in more than 150 countries and territories, this fatal disease causes the death of tens Read more »
IFAW discusses ivory poaching’s devastating impact at AZA Conference.
25 September 2014 Peter LaFontaine
Last week I fulfilled a lifelong dream by looking out at an audience of 200-something people, taking a deep breath, and Read more »
Supporting whale disentanglement and strandings team efforts in Tonga
25 September 2014 Brian Sharp
IFAW has had a long-standing involvement in supporting research on the humpback whale population of Oceania, and the 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