All Blog Posts for Education

Share your thoughts about saving animals in 2014
6 January 2014 Azzedine Downes
As a new year begins, I want to thank you for all the ways you’ve been a friend to animals.  You helped us care Read more »
SLIDESHOW: Supporters send in swatches of love for warrior, Lily the dog in Sout
5 December 2013 Lisa Cant-Haylett
Two years to the day after Lily – we call her Lily, the Warrior Dog – was rescued after being buried alive Read more »
Visiting the wolves in Western Poland
28 November 2013 Robert Kless
Sundown is just over, twilight is settling in. There is no wind, no noises. Suddenly I hear a long, ascending howl. After Read more »
Giving Bhutanese rangers more training means better wildlife protection
5 November 2013 Sheren Shrestha
In the slideshow above, we see members of the the Wildlife Conservation Division of the Royal Government of Bhutan in Read more »
Photography festival in China opens eyes and hearts
30 October 2013 Sabrina Zhang
“Aunt, would you please take one photo for us?  I also want to protect the animals!” A 7- 8 year old boy Read more »
Thousands gather in Vladivostok for annual Russian Tiger Day
29 October 2013 Anna Filippova
Watch the slideshow above which includes images from the 2013 Russian Tiger Day held in Vladivostok. ~~~ Tiger Day arrived 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