U.S. Fish and Wildlife Respository's confiscated wildlife items
Join the Herd: End Elephant Poaching
Take action to help ban the sale of ivory in Massachusetts. Contact your local representative in support of Senate Bill 440 and House Bill 1275- An Act to Prevent Trafficking in Ivory and Rhino Horns.
Read more about the coalition of leading animal welfare organizations that have joined together to encourage the passage of this legislation.
NEW: "Overwhelming Majority of Massachusetts Voters Favor Ban on Ivory and Rhino Horn Ban"
According to the Humane Society's survey, conducted October 15 through October 17 with 1,022 Massachusetts voters, 87 percent favor legislation that would prohibit the sale of ivory and rhino horns. Read more
Contact Your Local Representative View Sample Letter
You Can Help
We can prevent the extinction of African elephants and rhinos if we act now. Support the ban on the sale of ivory in Massachusetts by supporting Senate Bill 440 and House Bill 1275- An Act to Prevent Trafficking in Ivory and Rhino Horns.
This legislation does not criminalize possession or inheritance/noncommercial gifts of ivory. It prohibits the sale of ivory in Massachusetts.
New York, New Jersey and California have passed state laws to ban ivory sales. Illinois, Vermont and Delaware have all filed like legislation. Washington State is working on a voter ballot initiative.
Together, we can stop the sale of elephant ivory and rhino horn and ensure the survival of these majestic species.
Video: 96 Elephants- A Killing at the Bai
Please note, video includes graphic content.
Just for Kids
"Not enough people know or realize what is happening to elephants...that's why I'm here."
Meet Anna, a wildlife supporter and member of Stone Zoo's Guest Services team. Hear from this dedicated teen about the elephant crisis and learn how you can join in her fight to save elephants from extinction.