National Wildlife Property Repository

Conserving America's Future

 

News & Media

Recent videos, interviews, and articles featuring the Repository:

The Guardian 7/20/2017 - House of horrors: inside the US wildlife repository- photo essay.

New York Times 7/10/2017 - A Mausoleum for Endangered Species.


"Confiscated" by Britta Jaschinski is the 2017 Grand Prize Winner of the California Academy of Sciences' BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition. See more winning images on bioGraphic. © Britta Jaschinski

California Academy of Sciences' BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition, "Confiscated" by Britta Jaschinski, 2017 Grand Prize Winner.

WILD Aid - WILDAID VISITS THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE PROPERTY REPOSITORY

Denver Post 9/15/2016- Wildlife enforcers mobilize to try to save elephants

San Diego Zoo Global - Dangerous Road, ZooNooz, August 10, 2016

5280 Magazine- Where the Wild Things Are-September 2016

Denver Channel 7- A sobering look inside wildlife trafficking at the National Wildlife Property Repository- May 20, 2016

National Geographic- See What's Inside This Grisly Warehouse of Wildlife Trafficking- March 1, 2016

CNN - The government's most macabre collection, Sat August 1, 2015

Lateline (ABC) - Shocking evidence of the multi-billion dollar illegal trade in wildlife, January 4, 2015

NPR - Tiger Skins And Rhino Horns: Can A Trade Deal Halt The Trafficking?, January 28, 2015

Newsweek - WHERE THE U.S. GOVERNMENT KEEPS CONFISCATED ANIMAL PARTS, February 28, 2015

Australian Broadcast Company (ABC News) - US warehouse of 1.5 million stuffed animals stands as reminder of horrific illegal wildlife trade, April 1, 2015

L'OBS Planet - PHOTOS. États-Unis : un dépôt géant pour les saisies du trafic d'animaux,

CCTV America - A crackdown on elephant poaching for ivory


Campaigns featuring the Repository:

Be Informed, Buy Informed with Discovery Communications
Discovery Communications. Be Informed, Buy Informed.  Sept 27th 2016

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

   
   
   

Stop Wildlife Trafficking with WildAid - http://www.stopwildlifetrafficking.org/


A stuffed tiger seized by U.S. law enforcement and stored at The National Wildlife Property Repository (WildAid)

 

 


Media and Interview Requests

For media and interview requests, please submit inquiries to the Wildlife Property Repository Supervisor at nwpr@fws.gov
Media requests are subject to approval through U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s External Affairs.