Following on the heels of the March for Science, a crowd of several hundred thousand strong is expected to flood Washington, DC this Saturday for the People’s Climate March.
Following on the heels of the March for Science a crowd of

March for climate justice

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Imagine what it's like to be a whale trying to find food or nurse your young while getting blasted with intense sound waves over and over again...
Imagine what its like to be a whale trying to find food

Trump order for reviewing drilling permits terrible for whales, dolphins, marine life

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Bella Rebell
Denise Siochan
IFAW President and CEO Azzedine T. Downes is currently in Morocco looking for the shy Barbary macaque in its native (imperiled) home. Follow Azzedine's page for photos and videos from the field.
IFAW President and CEO Azzedine T Downes is currently in Morocco looking

Azzedine T. Downes

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Ending the atrocity of Canada’s commercial seal hunt is IFAW’s founding campaign, and our history, victories, and challenges are captured in HUNTWATCH THE FILM, which we are pleased to announce is now available for download.
Ending the atrocity of Canadas commercial seal hunt is IFAWs founding campaign

Huntwatch now available for download in US, Canada

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Phillip Connor
Love whales? How about Australia? Spend a summer helping them both!
Love whales How about Australia Spend a summer helping them both

Sign up to be citizen whale conservationists

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Skip Marsden
The Kenya Veterinary Association works to improve the livelihoods of Kenyans through animal welfare. We commend them for 50 years of incredible service and are honored and excited to take part in their international scientific conference.
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In 2016 on this date, IFAW's MMRR team had responded to 77 stranded animals. As of today, we've responded to 198.
In 2016 on this date IFAWs MMRR team had responded to 77

High numbers of humpback whales dying off Atlantic coast

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Harry A. Casto Jr.
Arlene Cable Ferraioli
These dogs were being kept alive on pap and cooked cabbage... now they're safe and sound.
These dogs were being kept alive on pap and cooked cabbage now they're safe and sound

CLAW clinic rescues 16 neglected greyhounds

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Barbara J. Tierney
Nine cheetah cubs were confiscated from illegal wildlife traders. IFAW has partnered with Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) to ensure that these cubs receive the urgent care they so desperately need.
Nine cheetah cubs were confiscated from illegal wildlife traders IFAW has partnered

Cheetah cubs rescued from wildlife traffickers in Somaliland

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Ai Ho
Karine Carton
The shooting of conservationist Kuki Gallmann is a dastardly act that should be condemned in the strongest terms possible. We at IFAW wish her a quick recovery and our thoughts and prayers are with her and her loved ones. The rule of law must be seen to prevail in Northern Kenya and the further loss of human life, wildlife and livestock curtailed as a matter of urgency. As stakeholders in...
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The shooting of conservationist Kuki Gallmann is a dastardly act that should

Kuki Gallmann, ‘I Dreamed of Africa’ Author, Is Shot in Kenya

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Christine Simpson Thomas
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Penguins make you smile. They just do. When our friends at Original Penguin suggested teaming up on a project for World Penguin Day we got happy feet. Celebrate with us! We've got a few suggestions on how...
Penguins make you smile They just do When our friends at Original

Celebrating World Penguin Day with Original Penguin

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Every time this video featuring Lamorne Morris is shared, our incredible friends at Original Penguin donate $1 to IFAW to protect penguins and other animals all over the world! You know what to do! <3 [ G.ifaw.org Link ]
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Harry A. Casto Jr.
Molly Nicoletta
The recent training in Morocco is part of the 'Born to be Wild' program ensuring sustainable protection of the (endangered) Barbary macaque.
The recent training in Morocco is part of the Born to be

Barbary macaque protection begins with first-ever wildlife trade training in Morocco

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A story of loooove and conservation on World Penguin Day! IFAW and Original Penguin are joining together to highlight the current threats to this dapper bird, and to drive the protection of penguins and all wildlife. Join celebrity Lamorne Morris and #ShareConservation today! Help the Cause: [ G.ifaw.org Link ]
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Feeling nostalgic as our teams prepare for the upcoming release of Filippa. We first met her when she was 4 months old, found in someone's backyard.
Feeling nostalgic as our teams prepare for the upcoming release of Filippa

Meet Filippa

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Sneak Peek! Tomorrow is World Penguin Day and our friends at Original Penguin are launching Project #ShareConservation with Lamorne Morris to benefit IFAW!
When worlds collide! IFAW's Necropsy Coordinator dons two hats this weekend as she represents IFAW and the Falmouth March for Science as one of its proud organizers. Read her personal account of how the path of science led her to these roles.
When worlds collide IFAWs Necropsy Coordinator dons two hats this weekend as

Marine scientist advocates for positive change in and out of office

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If nature had its way, elephants would exist in much larger numbers across the African savannah. But because of humans, elephant numbers in 73 protected areas is down to 25 percent of what population totals would be if there were no poaching. Data comes from a newly released report, funded in part by IFAW >>> [ G.ifaw.org Link ]
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Sally Tibbetts
Desmond Fowles
BREAKING: 9 cheetah cubs were just rescued by The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) in association with the Somaliland Ministry of Environment and Rural Development in Somaliland. Three are in extremely poor health. Stay tuned for developments and how you can help.
BREAKING 9 cheetah cubs were just rescued by The Cheetah Conservation Fund
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Sue Anderson