November 29, 2016
The Los Angeles Superior Court has upheld California’s ban on trade in ivory and rhino horn, rejecting claims that the ban was unconstitutional. The Ivory Education Institute – a group promoting ivory use – challenged the law in 2015.
October 11, 2016
Don't buy Finding Dory lookalikes as pets. Protect fish, the ocean and coral reefs by leaving tropical fish like the royal blue tang swim in the ocean where they belong.
October 6, 2016
When voters go to the polls this November, they won’t only be making decisions about which elected officials will represent them.
August 11, 2016
At a Safari Club International convention, an HSUS/HSI undercover investigator caught unscrupulous safari operators offering to bait animals for trophy hunters who want an easier kill.
August 5, 2016
Today, a citizen initiative that recently qualified for the November ballot to protect 12 of the most magnificent and imperiled animals in the world officially launches the second phase of their campaign as YES on 100!
July 7, 2016
Save Endangered Animals Oregon coalition successfully concluded signature gathering for the anti-wildlife trafficking ballot measure
Supporters and top volunteer signature gatherers with Save Endangered Animals Oregon, a coalition of animal protection and conservation leaders, delivered boxes of petitions to the Oregon Secretary of State in support of a proposed statewide statutory ballot measure.
June 30, 2016
As the “endangered species capital of the world,” Hawai‘i knows first-hand the devastating impacts of losing significant and iconic native species.
June 13, 2016
In advance of the release of Disney/Pixar’s Finding Dory, animal protection and conservation groups today urged consumers not to buy fish like Dory, a blue tang, or other wild-caught fish as pets for home aquariums.
May 4, 2016
In a strong warning to elephant poachers, Kenya sent 105 tons of ivory up in flames this past Saturday, April 30.
April 20, 2016
In neighborhoods all across the country, lions, tigers, chimps and other wild animals are kept as family pets, their freedom curtailed and their biological needs unmet. The HSUS is on the front lines of this disturbing phenomenon.