Latest Wildlife Conservation Society Stories
Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo and other members of the Blue Iguana Recovery Program close to saving reptile on Grand Cayman.
The Wildlife Conservation Society has discovered a surprisingly healthy population of rare snow leopards living in the mountainous reaches of northeastern Afghanistan's Wakhan Corridor, according to a new study.
The Hoopa Valley Tribe, in cooperation with the Wildlife Conservation Society and the University of Massachusetts, reported a 73-percent decline in the density of fishersâ€”a house-cat sized member of the weasel family and candidate for endangered species listingâ€”on the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation in northwestern California between 1998 and 2005.
A new survey conducted by WCS scientists, supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID), reveals that large mammals, including Asiatic black bears, gray wolves, markhor goats, and leopard cats are surviving in parts of Afghanistan after years of conflict.
Fish communities in the 21st Century live fast and die young.
A new genetic study by a team of Cuban and American researchers confirms that American crocodiles are hybridizing with wild populations of critically endangered Cuban crocodiles, which may cause a population decline of this species found only in the Cuban Archipelago.
Wildlife Conservation Society scientist assesses conservation value of over 1 million acres of roadless public land in Montana's Crown of the Continent Ecosystem.
The Wildlife Conservation Society and other organizations released a new study recommending a disease screening program for farm-raised caiman in ranching facilities in Argentina.
Satellite tracking of olive ridley sea turtles off the coast of Central Africa has revealed that existing protected areas may be inadequate to safeguard turtles from fishing nets.
Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo veterinarians partner with US Fish & Wildlife Service to examine recent mortality increase in tiny bog turtles.