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News - September 2013

Magnificent male orangutan rescued and relocated by IAR's team in Indonesia

13th September 2013
Male orangutan Aul was rescued and released by our orangutan rescue team

IAR’s team in Indonesia has rescued a magnificent male orangutan from the outskirts of a village and translocated him to a protected forest far from human habitation. IAR’s Human-Orangutan Conflict Response Team had received reports that an orangutan had been sighted close to the village of... read more »

Environmentalists welcome increased police presence to combat illegal birdhunting on Malta

11th September 2013
Volunteers keep watch to ensure hunters are not shooting or trapping birds flying over Malta

The annual operation run by the German group Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS) to protect migrating birds from being shot illegally on the Island of Malta starts this weekend (14 September.) This year the group  includes more than 40 volunteers from nine countries. The guards taking part in... read more »

IAR "Rescue Me" Fundraiser with Special Guest Apollo XI Astronaut Buzz Aldrin

6th September 2013
Buzz Aldrin and Alan Knight

On Thursday 5 September VIP supporters of International Animal Rescue, led by special guest Dr. Buzz Aldrin, gathered at London’s exclusive George Club to raise funds to support our vital work saving the lives of suffering animals around the world. Dr Aldrin was joined by IAR patron Bill Bailey,... read more »

Law Enforcement Effort on Protected Wildlife: 21 slow lorises confiscated from trader by BKSDA Ciamis and Police of Tasikmalaya Resort

2nd September 2013
Slow lorises rescued from the illegal wildlife trade

In July 2013, the Natural Resources Conservation Agency - Regional III –in West Java Province and the Police of Tasikmalaya Resort confiscated 21 slow lorises (Nycticebus sp) from a trader at Tasikmalaya. All the lorises which are now evidence of this enforcement operation were sent to the Wildlife... read more »

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