URGENT: Four Mexican gray wolves caught in leg traps in New Mexico. Many more leg hold traps, snares and poisons are found across the New Mexico landscape.

Will you chip in right now to help provide the resources we need to fight for these wolves – in the field, in court, and in Washington, D.C.?

© Ed Gullekson

Advocating for International Species


Defenders Publications

Strengthening capacities for the identification of sharks in Peru

Defenders of Wildlife in partnership with Humane Society International and the government of Peru, organized in June-July, 2017 three local workshops in the regions of Paita, Ilo and Pucusana, Peru to provide capacity building to representatives of the Ministry of Fisheries, Ocean Institute of Peru, Customs and Environmental Ministry on shark and shark fins identification, traceability and CITES implementation of the shark and manta listed species. 





Identification Guides

External Links

Species Survival Network

Mexican Parrots in Danger (en espanol)

Shark Coalition








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