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Geospatial tech will allow us to stop criminal networks before they poach animals

The drone, an Shadow, was participating in inclement weather testing around a.m. when it "experienced an anomaly during a flight test within restricted airspace of the installation," a spokesman said. Its parachute deployed and it landed safely.

Hillary Clinton, animal welfare organizations meet in New York to discuss elephant crisis

Mrs. Clinton showed a genuine passion for taking on the issues of illegal wildlife trafficking and poaching and commended the group for coming together to identify concrete ways to protect the world’s remaining elephants. The meeting launched a dialogue about how the NGO community, concerned national leaders and public figures can and must join forces to develop and implement a comprehensive, collaborative approach to tackle the global elephant poaching crisis.

Criminal Nature – the dangerous links between poaching and organized crime

Check out our infographic with several alarming facts pulled from the IFAW Criminal Nature report on wildlife crime. Click here!

So this is how South Africa values its rhinos?

Listing pangolins under US Endangered Species Act

Enlightened Chinese public condemns dog meat consumption

Princess Alia—a new honorary board member—brings her courage and passion to IFAW

H.R.H. Princess Alia, seen here with Azzedine Downes - IFAW Chief Executive Officer – is a new IFAW honorary board member.

In the creation of tiger messengers, change begins now

Our Animal Action Education programme team in India was recently invited to give a talk on tigers at a school in the National Capital Region to be a part of their Global Tiger Day celebrations.

How IFAW’s German veterinary project helps animals and people

How IFAW’s German veterinary project helps animals and people |

Seizure at Indian airport results in rescue of 440 endangered star tortoises

Earlier this year, India customs officers seized 440 star tortoises at the Thiruvananthapuram international airport in the state of Kerala. The hatchlings were found hidden insidethe checked bag of an air passenger bound for Bangkok.