WAN Exclusive Update About The Alleged Lion Hunt Scheduled In November Near Hwange National Park In Zimbabwe; Tell Jimba Safaris To Stop The Hunt!

Update: This morning WAN talked to Wayne Dietrechsen with Jimba Safaris in Zimbabwe. When questioned about the reported lion hunt next month, Dietrechsen denied that it was scheduled to take place, noting that “there is nothing in writing about it.”…

Breaking! Queen Elizabeth & The Duke Of Edinburgh Appoint Prince William As Patron Of Two Wildlife Conservation Organizations

Yesterday, The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, became Patron of two wildlife conservation charities, handed to His Royal Highness by The Queen of England and The Duke of Edinburgh. As per an official statement released by the Palace, the new…

Breaking! Columbia Sportswear Becomes The Latest Brand To Ban Alpaca Fleece, Let’s Urge Anthropologie To Do The Same

After viewing a first-of-its-kind PETA exposé revealing that crying alpacas are roughly shorn, cut open, and left bleeding from deep wounds, Columbia Sportswear, one of the largest outdoor apparel and footwear companies in the world, has banned alpaca fleece across all…

Breaking! Conservation Groups Take Legal Action To Speed Up Protection For Endangered Giraffes Under The Endangered Species Act

Yesterday, conservation and animal protection groups filed a notice of intent to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for failing to consider Endangered Species Act protections for Africa’s rapidly dwindling giraffe population. The groups, including the Center for Biological Diversity, the Humane…

Michigan Poacher Who Hunted Three Bald Eagles and 18 Wolves Is Jailed, Fined, and Has Hunting License Indefinitely Revoked

A Michigan poacher who illegally hunted wildlife, including three bald eagles and 18 wolves, was jailed, fined, and had his hunting license and hunting privileges invalidated for life. Nature World News : Latest News Pet Deal Update: Autoship & Save…

Vermont Becomes The 12th State In The U.S. To Ban The Sale Of Elephant Ivory & Other Parts Of Imperiled Species

Governor Phil Scott signed H.99 (ACT 169) into law last week, making Vermont the 12th state in the nation to ban the trade of imperiled wildlife parts. The new law goes into effect on January 1, 2022. State bans are critical to ending demand…