Species news archive
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 ...
Africa's Rhinos Slowly Growing in Numbers
The total populations of the two African species of rhinoceros, the Black Rhino (Diceros bicornis) ...
Animal rescue on the Ho Chi Minh Trail
When poor Vietnamese villagers who barely achieve subsistence levels came upon a rare sao la ...
Saving the tiger from tradition
The annual hunting ritual in the Indian state of Orissa poses a serious threat to one of the ...
WWF Urges WTO to Correct Its Shrimp-Turtle Case Ruling
The conservation organization WWF today released a second 'Amicus Curiae Brief' (Friend of the ...
Mongolian Oil Concessions Could Threaten Antelopes
GLAND, Switzerland - Mongolia's efforts to gain much-needed hard currency through major oil ...
The Year of the Sea-Change?
This is the International Year of the Ocean and attention is focused as never before on the marine ...