Anonymous Hacks Japanese Airport Site In Retaliation to The Arrest of The Cove’s Dolphin Activist

Anonymous attacked the Narita International Airport in Japan in protest over the country’s arrest of dolphin activist Ric O’Barry upon arrival into Japan. The DDoS attack took down the airport’s server which hosted the website. The airport reported that the server was off site and its melt down caused no danger to the rest of the airport…

Community Poetry- A victim’s Question

What is it about us that makes want to kill Does spilling our blood just fit the bill You take our dead bodies to your homes to display For such a thing we must with our lives pay Would you do this to one of your own kind? Hesitation just proved you’re out of your…

British Prince Appeals to Chinese Market to Stop Illegal Wildlife Trade

While Prince Harry is busy putting collars on lions, his brother Prince William has been working hard at the political level getting governments to ban trophy hunting. The Duke of Cambridge gave a speech which will be translated and broadcasted to Chinese Television in an attempt to educate and curb the demands for illegally poached animals. The Prince has met with…

International Wildlife Bond (IWB) Launched!

After plenty of preparation, IWB’s Website went live earlier today (3 September 2015)! IWB Website. In the wake of Cecil’s loss to the world (plus those before him and regrettably, those still at threat), IWB is intended as a new ‘digital’ approach to animal welfare action and campaigning. IWB aims to assist anti-Poaching efforts, plus advancing anti-Trophy Hunting and anti-‘Canned’ Hunting campaigns.…

Blood Lions – Bred for the Bullet

Update: Blood Lions coming to London, 27 November 2015: London, Blood Lions Tickets via Born Free Foundation Blood Lions(1) filmmaker, Ian Michler talks us through the horrific conditions of the canned lion trade in South Africa – “Around 1,000 lions are shot while in captivity in South Africa each year. Hunters pay half the price…