#MyDesiValentine, FIAPO’s latest campaign, aims to empower animal organizations by helping them to conduct adoption drives across India. As part of the campaign, we are supporting our NGO members digitally and enabling them to connect with a wider audience of pet lovers.
Browsing: Nuisance animals
It may be a story of extreme cruelty in the name of science. It may also be about fraud. This story certainly involved the death of hundreds of wild animals, which underpinned a doctoral dissertation plus a paper in the British Ecological Society’s Journal of Applied Ecology.
Draft legislation proposes cruel and unethical methods for dealing with problem wild animals, including the use of poison, hunting dogs, gin traps as well as extermination in their burrows by flooding them with toxic gas.
In this episode, Animal People explores how climate change is killing fur seals in California, what Kenya’s cattle invasion problem means for wildlife conservation, how a new smartphone app aims to prevent roadkill, and more!
Take care of homeless animals this winter! For you it is a little thing, but for them it is a matter of life and death…
In spite of years of international outrage over the Mauritian government’s inhumane treatment of its dog population – and despite repeated offers of support from international animal-welfare groups – the country is still using a barbaric and ineffective method of dog control.
In this week’s report, the Animal People Forum reviews current events involving reindeer killings, birth control for rats, Donald Trump on animal rights, and more!
In this booklet, sponsored by Animal People and endorsed by Al-Azhar University, Dr. Kristen Stilt shows the amazing range of animal welfare and protection required by Islamic law, and asks Muslims to follow the rules of animal welfare that the religion requires.
They have run all day
With the caribou.
Now, silvered shadows
On the moonlit tundra
Wildlife officials are currently killing off a grey wolf pack in Washington state for preying on livestock. Underlying the Profanity Peak wolf massacre is the toxic ideology of human tyranny over nature, which must be exposed and overcome to avoid catastrophe for humans and non-human animals alike.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is capturing, killing, and authorizing private landowners to kill wild red wolves. Conservation groups are seeking court intervention to protect this severely endangered wolf population.
Nilgai, or blue bulls, are traditionally considered sacred creatures in Hindu culture. Despite this, hundreds of nilgai are now being killed in India alongside other wild animals, as authorized by the country’s Environment Ministry under Prakash Javadekar.