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Plans for the weekend? We're at at until Sunday! Come down to our stand with & to see the innovative forensic work helping to tackle the illegal wildlife trade... and get your fingerprints taken!
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We're at today and all weekend. Get on down to & come see our ivory fingerprinting kits in action!
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*BLOG* A week on from the 25th , Chris Tuckett from calls on & to listen to the public calls for action on tackling the plastic tide. Its time they got
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IFAW United Kingdom Sep 20
Community Scouts in Amboseli saved Tolstoy after he was injured from human-wildlife conflict. With only a handful of big tuskers left, Community Scouts are needed now more than ever. Will you help us train 10 new Community Scouts and safeguard wildlife?
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IFAW United Kingdom Sep 19
Amboseli relies on Community Scouts to protect elephants & mitigate human-wildlife conflict. Our goal? Raise £26,000 this week so we can train 10 Community Scouts! With your support, we can safeguard critical habitat & protect iconic elephant families 🐘
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IFAW United Kingdom Sep 17
New picture of little Lufutuko 😍 It's amazing to see (for short) settling in well at The Elephant Orphanage Project (EOP) in Zambia.🐘 Watch this space for more updates & adorable pictures...
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IFAW United Kingdom Sep 15
Wondering which lion attracts the most mates? 🐾 Check out the colour of his mane! Black-maned lions have high testosterone levels and are the most aggressive when it comes to defending their pride. Females recognize this and view them with high social status.
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IFAW United Kingdom Sep 14
rejects 's proposal to lift commercial hunting ban! Patrick Ramage, our marine programme director welcomes the result as "good news for whales", adding that Japan's "audacious proposal would have been a big step backward".
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IFAW United Kingdom Sep 14
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IFAW United Kingdom Sep 14
Great news on the final day of The International Whaling Commission (IWC) in ... ’s controversial proposal which could have ended the global ban on commercial fails! IFAW welcomes this important victory for and protection. 🐳🙌
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Patrick R. Ramage Sep 13
IFAW’s Matt Collis intervenes on behalf of and likeminded NGOs to encourage adoption of IWC expert panel report, criticisms, and recommendations regarding ’s unnecessary “research” whaling.
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IFAW UK Press Sep 13
At in Brazil, Kenyan delegate suggests Japan’s proposal to reintroduce commercial whaling is the ‘way forward’ for the IWC. Completely at odds with Kenya’s wildlife policies and role as a global leader in conservation
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Patrick R. Ramage Sep 13
Day 4 of begins with a big win for whales, passing the Florianopolis Declaration by a vote of 40 to 27, adding it to strong conservation resolutions passed by consensus yesterday. The IWC is moving forward as a more relevant and functional forum for the 21st Century.
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Joaquin de la Torre Sep 12
Human-caused is a major threat for . Good news is that at nations adopted by consensus a resolution to address this issue. Watch the 2 Awarded documentary "Sonic Sea" to learn more about this topic at
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IFAW United Kingdom Sep 12
Why IFAW believes Japan's 'Way Forward' package proposal at would in reality be a backwards step for whale conservation, threatening the global ban on commercial whaling
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Sep 11
British fingerprinting kits are helping put ivory poachers behind bars 🐘 Today, Minister visited for the official handover of ivory fingerprinting kits which will help countries
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Mark Field MP Sep 11
Huge thanks to for generous donation of fingerprinting kits for countries coming to the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference 2018 next month - fantastic example of British tech being used by law enforcement agencies around the world
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Sep 11
NEWS: Minister for Asia visits for the official handover of ivory fingerprinting kits which will be given to countries to help
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IFAW United Kingdom Sep 11
Day two of - despite strong support from conservationists, plans for a South Atlantic Whale Sanctuary failed again due to opposition from pro-whaling nations!
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David Cowdrey Sep 11
gave brilliant interviews to the media at the one month to go event prior to the London IWT Conference at offices and was able to take some brilliant fingerprints using the IFAW kit
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