Pledge to protect pangolins and other exploited wildlife

Join IFAW's mission to protect precious pangolins and other exploited wildlife from the cruelty of ruthless poachers. Tell us which three steps you’ll pledge today to support pangolins—the world's most trafficked mammal—and other innocent victims of the horrific illegal wildlife trade. Need some inspiration? You could pledge to...

Be an educated consumer: Stay on the look out for any signs of illegal wildlife tradeYou can report any signs of wildlife trafficking to The Coalition to End Wildlife Trafficking Online by visiting this link: Report Suspicious Wildlife Sales or report any suspicious posts about wildlife trafficking on FacebookTwitterInstagram, YouTube or TikTok.

Raise awareness by sharing posts on social media like this one featuring our partners, Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), and their great work saving pangolins: WTI release trafficked pangolin back to the wild.

Host a pangolin party: Round up your pangolin-loving pals and host a virtual or face-to-face party full of fun party games and delicious food all in the name of fundraising to protect these amazing creatures!

Facebook/Instagram Fundraiser: You can set up your own fundraiser on Facebook or Instagram. Once you've created your fundraiser, don't forget to share with your friends and encourage them to donate! 

Check out Amazon's Poacher: Launched globally on 23 February, Poacher is a captivating new docuseries based on real events surrounding "Operation Shikar"—one of India's biggest elephant ivory trafficking cases. Our partner, Wildlife Trust of India, played a leading role in the investigation. Learn more >>

Watch a wildlife programme on ecoflix: Take the time to learn more about wildlife by watching a video on our partner's website. You can even sign up to access ecoflix's full video collection and support IFAW at the same time by visting this link: International Fund for Animal Welfare - NGO Friends — Ecoflix.

We'd love to see your photos of you taking the actions you've listed or your favourite pangolin image or video! Please share on social media and don't forget to tag us! It's time to tell the world about pangolins and do all we can to save them before it's too late.


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