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IFAW United Kingdom Nov 15
Replying to @colewinters28
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IFAW United Kingdom Nov 15
Replying to @colewinters28
Hi Cole. Our apologies for this. Could you provide her full name and address via DM or email to info-uk@ifaw.org? Alternatively, if you would prefer to call, you can ring us free on 0800 1244 233.
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David Cowdrey Nov 13
Baroness Jones acknowledges the work of IFAW in Third Reading of the Ivory Bill. An excellent speech
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IFAW Nov 13
Our partners at doing heroic work to rescue animals from the . 👏
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IFAW Nov 13
Replying to @action4ifaw
Wildlife is at risk too. Even though many species have adapted to these situations, they may be injured or lose their home. Please keep all animals and people affected by the fire in your thoughts.
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IFAW United Kingdom Nov 13
California's deadliest fire rages on. Our US-based disaster response team will be helping to evacuate and shelter around 1,400 owned animals.
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David Cowdrey Nov 13
The Ivory Bill has just passed Third Reading in the and will now return to the Commons. A brilliant day for elephanats!! We will never forget an ivory ban
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IFAW United Kingdom Nov 13
The Government’s badger blinkers are blinding it to measures which could cut bovine TB, save taxpayers and farmers money, and stop the senseless killing of our iconic badgers.
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IFAW United Kingdom Nov 12
New review of Government policy on bovine TB suggests major change is needed. and stop the needless killing of this iconic species
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IFAW United Kingdom Nov 12
New report says ‘it is wrong…to over-emphasise the role of wildlife [in bovine TB].’ The Government MUST take off its badger blinkers, stop needlessly killing badgers, and trial badger vaccination
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IFAW United Kingdom Nov 12
A large-scale badger vaccination trial would cost less than one cull zone. Take your badger blinkers off and trial vaccination and cattle-test changes that could truly cut bovine TB.
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IFAW United Kingdom Nov 12
"Having just returned from a visit with the Chinese government, I am delighted to see that they have postponed the lifting of the ban and hope that eventually it will remain in force." - IFAW CEO responds to article in Business Insider:
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Philip Mansbridge Nov 12
Vets and charities, including sent this letter because we cannot sit by and watch this pointless and cruel badger cull happen. It is important that the Government reports accurately and scientifically on the true impact of the cull!
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IFAW United Kingdom Nov 12
The badger cull is absolutely senseless. must report accurately and scientifically on the impact of this cruel cull, which may allow over 40,000 badgers to be killed this year.
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IFAW United Kingdom Nov 10
In this gripping presentation from the frontlines of South African rhino conservation, Amanda Smith will share her personal stories and explore factors underpinning the international trade in rhino horn.
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Julie Stevenson Nov 8
You can be a part of orphaned elephant calf ’s journey back to the wild. Donate today and help continue to save animals from around the world.
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IFAW United Kingdom Nov 8
We're extremely disappointed by this. 32 African nations and over 100 MEPs have called for a complete shutdown of the domestic ivory market, with widespread support from the public.
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IFAW United Kingdom Nov 6
It's just got even easier for you to fundraise for IFAW. You can set up a fundraising page directly in Facebook and let technology do the rest. It's quick and easy! Your donations help us to protect animals and the places they call home!
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IFAW United Kingdom Oct 30
🌏 There are several negative impacts to feeding wild animals - for both the animal & the feeder. Feeding can make wild animals dependent & close proximity to humans can allow disease transmission. Remember to keep a safe distance 😊 🐵 🐾
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International Whaling Commission Oct 30
Very pleased to launch with . The handbook is a global resource for the public, regulators and the whale watching industry. Read more here
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