Category: wildlife trade


Disrupting the Illicit Rhino Trade Across Kavango Zambezi Trans Frontier Conservation Area 

This blog was written by IRF partner, Wildlife Crime Prevention (WCP) Zambia The greatest threat rhino populations have faced over…View Full Release »


Third Asian Rhino Range Countries Meeting Concludes with Declaration Outlining Priorities for Rhino Conservation

The third Asian Rhino Countries Meeting concluded with the adoption of the Chitwan Declaration for Asian Rhino Conservation, 2023. The…View Full Release »


Rhino Results at CITES CoP19

December 8, 2022 The 19th meeting of the Conference of the Parties of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered…View Full Release »


What You Need to Know About CITES CoP19 and Rhinos

What is CITES? CITES, or the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, is a…View Full Release »


What Does it Take to Investigate and Prosecute Poachers?

Imagine you are out on patrol, walking through the tall grass in the dark, a storm approaching, looking for signs…View Full Release »


Guest Post: Ananya Makes the Case to Protect Javan Rhinos

Ananya and her colleagues argued the case for protecting Javan rhinos. She shares her case in the video below:


India Celebrates World Rhino Day by Burning Collected Rhino Horns

Earlier this week, the Assam Government in India burned its stock of rhino horns in a ceremony to celebrate World…View Full Release »


Celebrating Recent Wildlife Crime Wins

The fight against wildlife crime and illegal wildlife trade is a constant battle. It is important to pivot strategies to…View Full Release »


Because of You, Wildlife Criminals Will Be Prosecuted

Forestry authorities in Kaziranga National Park in Assam, India, were excited they had broken up a ring of poachers with…View Full Release »


Where Do Rhinos Stand After CITES CoP 18?

RHINO RECAP  Spirited and sometimes heated discussions wrapped up last week at the 18th Conference of the Parties (CoP) to the…View Full Release »