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How to Identify Tortoiseshell Souvenirs

How to Identify Tortoiseshell Souvenirs

WWF January 3, 2018 0

Hawksbill sea turtles play a vital role in the world’s oceans. They help maintain the health of coral reefs by removing prey such as sponges from the reef’s surface, allowing better access for reef

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Be Informed. Buy Informed.

Be Informed. Buy Informed.

WWF November 1, 2017 0

Last year, the U.S. Wildlife Trafficking Alliance (USWTA), a global coalition focused on reducing illegal wildlife products sold in the United States, announced several new partners from the Travel & Tourism industry, including Natural Habitat

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Twisted Terms: “SAVES Act” Actually Harms Endangered Species

Twisted Terms: “SAVES Act” Actually Harms Endangered Species

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 10, 2017 1

There’s a sinister bill making its way through Congress, but you probably don’t know about it. The reason you don’t know about it is because of its name. It’s called the “SAVES Act” (Saving

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Natural Habitat Adventures Attends White House Meeting to Fight Wildlife Trafficking

Natural Habitat Adventures Attends White House Meeting to Fight Wildlife Trafficking

Natural Habitat Adventures April 7, 2016 0

“Frankly, I didn’t realize we still had an illegal wildlife trade problem here in the U.S.” This common misperception was shared more than once at the U.S. Wildlife Trafficking Alliance’s gathering at the White House

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An Elegy – and a Hope – for Elephants

An Elegy – and a Hope – for Elephants

Wendy Redal November 21, 2013 0

A PERSONAL REFLECTION ON THE U.S. IVORY CRUSH Two years ago when I was on safari in Botswana, I saw my first herd of wild elephants. We heard them first—a low, rumbling thunder in

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Will the U.S. Destruction of Six Tons of Ivory Truly Curtail Poachers?

Will the U.S. Destruction of Six Tons of Ivory Truly Curtail Poachers?

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 19, 2013 17

Last week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service pulverized nearly six tons of illegal African and Asian elephant ivory. A conservative estimate of this ivory, which was seized at our nation’s ports of entry

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