News: Animals in the wild
March 22 2017
We’re dismayed to see construction of the ‘new Tiger Temple’ tourist venue, by Golden Tiger (Thailand) Co. Ltd., plow ahead. Photos taken this week show cramped, old-fashioned cages being built, raising fears that the attraction could open within weeks. We must stop this.
March 17 2017
A sperm whale sadly died yesterday, after becoming trapped in fishing nets off the coast of China. We’re calling for more proactive action to protect sea life against abandoned, lost or discarded fishing gear, otherwise known as ‘ghost gear’
March 13 2017
Raja, a 10-month-old bear cub who arrived weak and underweight at our Balkasar partner sanctuary in Pakistan, on New Year’s Eve, is growing fast and settling in to his new life.
March 02 2017
Tomorrow is World Wildlife Day. Sadly, elephants around the world are still suffering to entertain tourists. Use the social buttons below to share and tell the world that elephants and all wild animals are not entertainers.
February 24 2017
The business behind the Tiger Temple tourist venue in Thailand, shut down after police made horrifying finds including the bodies of cubs, and tiger skins and teeth, is trying to open a new attraction. We must stop this
February 09 2017
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) made headlines last Friday when it removed data on Animal Welfare Act inspection and compliance records from its website. What does this mean in practice?
January 30 2017
In order to end the cruel abuse of elephants in the tourist entertainment industry we have secured the help of major tour operators.
January 27 2017
Our Campaigns Manager for Oceans and Wildlife, Elizabeth Hogan, discussed the pivotal role that the travel industry and tourists play in ending cruel wildlife entertainment.
January 26 2017
Alesha went undercover with us at cruel wildlife venues in Thailand. We’re releasing the shocking footage, calling on tourists and tour operators to help end the wildlife entertainment industry
January 25 2017
YAS announced that it has stopped selling tickets to tours that offer some of the world’s cruelest wildlife attractions, including elephant rides and walks with lions