Latest Wildlife Conservation Society Stories
Humans play a far greater role in the fate of African elephants than habitat, and human conflict in particular has a devastating impact on these largest terrestrial animals.
In a new camera trap survey in the world's most biologically diverse landscape, researchers for the Wildlife Conservation Society have identified more individual jaguars than ever before.
Health experts from Wildlife Conservation Society’s Bronx Zoo, Primorskaya State Agricultural Academy, and Moscow Zoo uncover how distemper may be affecting Siberian tigers.
Research identifies 8 factors that can alert managers to the threat of overfishing in otherwise healthy-looking reefs.
The Wildlife Conservation Society applauds the government of Santa Fe Province for taking steps to reduce the amount of lead ammunition used in hunting of waterfowl, the first such action of its kind in Argentina.
New program focuses on saving critically endangered reptile and its wetland habitat.
Wildlife Conservation Society leads global assessment showing where climate stresses on reef systems will be and places to focus management.
Researchers studying the African Crested Rat have found that it uses an ingenious tool to ward off predators.
A paper by noted WCS conservationist Elizabeth Bennett says that an immense, increasingly sophisticated illegal trade in wildlife parts conducted by organized crime, coupled with antiquated enforcement methods, are decimating the world's most beloved species including rhinos, tigers, and elephants on a scale never before seen.
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