Species news archive
Arabian oryx: preventing a second extinction
The Arabian Oryx could become extinct in the wild in Oman for the second time in 30 years, WWF, the ...
Doqana Toxic Time Bomb Set to Explode
Half the greylag geese who wintered in Coto Doqana are returning contaminated by heavy metals.
WWF condemns Norwegian wolf culling
The conservation organization WWF condemns the decision of the Norwegian authorities to cull a pair ...
WWF Stamp Collection helps conservation
The sale of stamps has become an important source of income for funding WWF's conservation ...
WWF launches new campaign for Europe's large carnivores
The future of Europe's flagship carnivores such as lynxes, wolves and brown bears has reached a ...
WWF WARNS OF CONTINUED THREATS TO THE TIGER
Marking the end of the Chinese Year of the Tiger, WWF - the conservation organization warned today ...
CITES AUTHORISES ONE-OFF SALE OF IVORY
During its session from 8-12 February 1999, the CITES Standing Committee has decided to allow the ...
Congo Attack Reinforces Fears Of Imminent Rhino Extinction
The conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo could see the extinction of a subspecies of rhino..
Democratic Republic of Congo's Wildlife Caught in the Crossfire
Gland, Switzerland - The possible escalation of the conflict in the east and northeast of the ...
WWF rushes emergency relief to flood-stricken Kaziranga National Park in India
Geneva, 18 September -- The conservation organization, WWF, today announced it was providing ...