71 days ago

CITES Secretary-General John Scanlon, along with Dutch Secretary of State for Economic Affairs Martijn van Dam, recently made an official visit to EARS Partner  AAP Animal Advocacy and Protection in...

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106 days ago

EARS Partner AAP-Primadomus is looking for volunteers. To find out more please click here.

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414 days ago

The European Commission, along with Morocco and Algeria, has this week tabled a proposal at the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) to increase protection for the threatened...

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659 days ago

EARS Partner Wild Futures recently welcomed Animal Welfare Minister George Eustice MP to their sanctuary in Cornwall, UK. Mr Eustice came to see first hand some of the animals brought...

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840 days ago

AAP Rescue Centre for Exotic Animals has just launched their next call for long term EVS-volunteers. European Voluntary Service is an EU-programme enabling volunteering under extra favourable conditions: for the volunteer not...

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840 days ago

EARS is delighted to announce the launch of its new Small Grants Fund – open to all EARS Partners and taking applications until Friday May 1st. Providing proactive support to...

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895 days ago

A major part of the Wolf Project of Centro Tutela e Ricerca Fauna Esotica e Selvatica – Monte Adone was completed recently thanks to the support of pet food manufacturer...

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994 days ago

EARS Partner Mona Foundation has been hit by flash floods, leaving the facility in more than 2 feet of water. Up to 150 litres of rain  has fallen per square...

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1011 days ago

Renowned naturalist and broadcaster David Attenborough visited EARS Partner Wild Futures recently whilst he was filming for a new documentary entitled ‘Natural Curiosities’. In the course of making the documentary...

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1234 days ago

Earlier this month EARS, along with Partners Wild Futures and AAP Rescue Centre for Exotic Animals, submitted evidence to the UK Commons Select Committee for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs...

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