1. Detection dogs help fight jaguar trafficking

    31 August 2020

    Jaguars are increasingly being poached in countries like Bolivia, Suriname and Guyana, and their parts are often... Read more

  2. Simama ranger outpost at Edward Flats – Ishasha section within the Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda

    New ranger outpost advances wildlife security along the Uganda – DR Congo border

    27 July 2020

    Law enforcement in Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park received a boost last Friday with the handover of a newly... Read more

  3. IUCN NL partner Earth League International publishes comic about jaguar trafficking

    19 May 2020

    Earth League International, one of our partners in the project Operation Jaguar,... Read more

  4. Elephant

    Ivory kingpin cannot go unpunished

    12 September 2019

    Last month, the Malawi Police Service, in conjunction with the Department of Parks and... Read more

  5. The Last Animals

    Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam raises awareness on wildlife crime

    19 September 2018

    The Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam (October 24th-28th), in cooperation with IUCN NL... Read more

  6. Community scouts in Kenya

    Involving local communities to protect wildlife in the Horn of Africa

    14 December 2017

    Last month, a delegation from the Netherlands Embassy in Ethiopia and the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs... Read more

  7. Elephants

    Campaign to reduce ivory demand in China

    15 February 2017

    For the next three months, passengers on Chinese flights will be confronted with the dark side of ivory. China is one... Read more

  8. Kudde olifanten gezien vanuit de lucht

    Poaching behind worst African elephant losses in 25 years

    25 September 2016

    Africa’s overall elephant population has seen the worst declines in 25 years, mainly... Read more

  9. Afrikaanse olifant

    [Blog] International attention for tackling illegal wildlife trafficking at CITES CoP17

    23 September 2016

    From 24 September to 5 October, over 2,500 participants from around 180 countries... Read more