Adu Bagong continues, Police are asked to enforce the law

On Monday, April 10, 2018, a team from Indonesia Animal Welfare Society visited the West Java Regional Police Office and handed over a letter asking the police to enforce the law against dog and wild boar fighting (Adu Bagong) performances. Executive Director of Indonesia Animal Welfare Society Namira Annisa emphasised that adu bagong is a […]

IAWS visit to the President of Indonesia’s office

On Monday, 18 December 2017, Indonesian Animal Welfare Society, along with Scorpion Wildlife Trade Monitoring Group, IAR Indonesia, and Planet Indonesia visited the President’s office for a meeting with President staff Deputy 2. The Deputy 2 staff is responsible for managing social, cultural and ecological¬†issues in Indonesia.¬† The members of the President’s staff that were […]

Songbirds are more beautiful in the wild, than in cages

These birds have been stolen from the wild to be sold as a pets in wildlife markets. Keeping songbirds as pets is common in Indonesia. Now, few song birds are left in the wild. Nature does not hear their songs anymore. Please leave these birds alone. They are more beautiful in the wild, than in […]