1. 2014 WCFF - Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International Panel Discussion

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    Interview of staff from the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International at the 2014 WCFF on 10/14/14 in New York, NY. Left to Right: Veronica Vecellio, Clare Richardson, Felix Ndagijimana, Peter Mcbride and Dr. Tara Stoinski

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    • Wildscreen Exchange Trailer featuring Sir David Attenborough

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      Launching early 2015, Wildscreen Exchange will be a unique global hub for all conservation communications. It will empower conservation organisations with free and affordable premium digital media to enable the most inspiring and impactful campaigning, educating and storytelling. To share your images with the world's conservation organisations or to find out more, get in touch: exchangeinfo@wildscreen.org.uk

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      • Introduction to Rodenticides in Hoopa

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        IERC along with several agency and interdisciplinary collaborators are working on the emerging issue of various toxicants in forest wildlife. This collaboration includes ecologists, biologists, toxicologists, and pathologists from federal, state and regional agencies, along with academia and other non-profits. IERC is leading this consortium to investigate and decipher where, what and why toxicants like anticoagulant rodenticides are exposing and killing sensitive forest carnivores such as fishers and martens. Our goal is to generate and provide the scientific data necessary for conservation actions aimed at eliminating this threat. Mark Higley is the Hoopa Valley Tribe's wildlife biologist and working with IERC to investigate toxicants throughout the Klamath River Watershed. If you would like further information on this project and its related publications, reports or presentations, please follow this link: http://www.iercecology.org/ierc-publications-and-reports/toxicants-wildlife/

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        • Get WILD! Endangered Species Dance by howmany.org, powered by RockTheBike

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          At Sunday Streets Berkeley, 2014, Institute for Population Studies (howmany.org) organized a participatory dance to honor some of the most critically endangered wild animals: the Sumatran Elephant, Black Rhino, Mountain Gorilla, Sumatran Tiger, Amur Leopard, Saola (Asian Unicorn), Sumatran Orangutan, the Vaquita porpoise, the Yangtze Finless Porpoise, and the Baiji Dolphin (now declared functionally extinct). The growing number of human beings on the planet, our use of space and natural resources, and a surge in poaching activity is pushing many other species to the brink of extinction. The sound system for this dance was powered by awesome humans (mostly kids!) on bicycles supplied by Rock The Bike (rockthebike.com).

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          • The Marine Mammal Center: A Community of Support

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            The Marine Mammal Center relies upon volunteer effort to fulfill its mission. In this short film we hear all about the important conservation work being done at the Marine Mammal Center - told from the perspectives of the people who have committed themselves to helping forward this mission by volunteering their time. The film showcases the work being done by the Marine Mammal Center along the California coast as well as at their brand new facility in Hawaii!

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            • Rodenticides in Fisher Habitat

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              IERC along with several agency and interdisciplinary collaborators are working on the emerging issue of various toxicants in forest wildlife. This collaboration includes ecologists, biologists, toxicologists, and pathologists from federal, state and regional agencies, along with academia and other non-profits. IERC is leading this consortium to investigate and decipher where, what and why toxicants like anticoagulant rodenticides are exposing and killing sensitive forest carnivores such as fishers and martens. Our goal is to generate and provide the scientific data necessary for conservation actions aimed at eliminating this threat. If you would like further information on this project and its related publications, reports or presentations, please follow this link: http://www.iercecology.org/publications-and-reports/toxicants-wildlife/

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              • Fisher Dying of Rodenticide Poisoning

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                IERC along with several agency and interdisciplinary collaborators are working on the emerging issue of various toxicants in forest wildlife. This collaboration includes ecologists, biologists, toxicologists, and pathologists from federal, state and regional agencies, along with academia and other non-profits. IERC is leading this consortium to investigate and decipher where, what and why toxicants like anticoagulant rodenticides are exposing and killing sensitive forest carnivores such as fishers and martens. Our goal is to generate and provide the scientific data necessary for conservation actions aimed at eliminating this threat. If you would like further information on this project and its related publications, reports or presentations, please follow this link: http://www.iercecology.org/ierc-publications-and-reports/toxicants-wildlife/

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                • Global March for Elephants and Rhinos Oct. 4, 2014 Washington DC: Raj Mukherji New Jersey Assemblyman

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                  Raj Mukherji was one of the guest speakers at the Global March for the Elephants and Rhinos on Oct. 4, 2014 in Washington, DC. He worked with New Jersey Senator Raymond Lesniak to pass the NO IVORY SALES bill in New Jersey, the first state to do so. This is an important step to stop the ivory trade before the elephants and rhinos become extinct.

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                  • Global March for Elephants and Rhinos Oct. 4, 2014 Washington DC: Wayne Pacelle Humane Society Pres. & CEO

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                    Wayne Pacelle, the president and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States was one of the guest speakers at the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos on October 4, 2014 in Washington D.C.

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                    • Global March for Elephants and Rhinos Oct. 4, 2014 Washington D.C.: NJ Sen. Lesniak Ban Ivory Sales

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                      New Jersey Senator Raymond Lesniak was a driving force behind banning ivory sales, the first state to do so. He gave a rousing speech at the Global March for the Elephants and Rhinos in Washington D.C. Jen Samuel, the president of Elephants DC did a fine job of introducing Senator Lesniak.

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