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News - March 2007

Rocky the eagle flies free thanks to IAR Indonesia

27th March 2007

A white bellied sea eagle has been successfully returned to the wild after being rescued from captivity and reared by IAR Indonesia. Although the IAR programme within the Thousands Islands National Park, near Jakarta focuses on the rescue, rehabilitation and release of Brahminy kites, this year we... read more »

Glowing reports follow Naturetrek tour

21st March 2007

The first ever organised visit to the Agra bear sanctuary by a wildlife tour company took place in February with UK company Naturetrek, and IAR received glowing reports back from those who took part. They visited the Bharatpur bird sanctuary and the Ranthambore National Park, home to some of India’... read more »

IAR appoints animal behaviour expert to head up US office

11th March 2007

An American graduate with a lifelong love of animals has landed her dream job working for International Animal Rescue in the US. Laurence Van Atten from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, studied Animal Welfare and Animal behaviour at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. In 2006 she spent three months... read more »

Workshop brings a ray of hope for wildlife

7th March 2007

The escalating problem of human/animal conflict in India is being tackled by a Delhi-based NGO with backing from its UK partner charity and in conjunction with India’s wildlife protection department. With support from International Animal Rescue (IAR), Wildlife SOS of India recently ran the first... read more »

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