Latest Wildlife Conservation Society Stories
Wildlife Conservation Society and partners find endangered cat species beyond the mountains in Patagonian steppe.
A new study by the Wildlife Conservation Society reveals the critical importance of western Arctic Alaska's Teshekpuk Lake region to tens of thousands of birds that breed in the area during the brief, but productive arctic summers, and makes clearer the case for permanent protection of the area.
A report issued Monday, co-authored by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) working in conjunction with the Turtle Conservation Coalition, lists the 25 most endangered turtle species from around the world â€“ some of which currently number less than five individuals.
Study finds seine net elimination an important step to the recovery of robust fish communities.
Researchers at Australiaâ€™s leading coral reef research centre have developed a way to protect both coral reef fish - and the interests of fishers.
Wildlife Conservation Society confirms sea urchins destroy reef building algae in overfished sites on Kenya's coast.
New Initiative to Fund Field Conservation Projects Silver Spring, MD (Vocus) December 13, 2010 The Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) Ape Taxon Advisory Group (TAG) today announced a critical new campaign to sustain a future for one of the planetâ€™s most imperiled group of animalsâ€” apes.
Tiger population may be the second largest in the world, but it remains under threat.
Study finds higher temperatures, precipitation levels mean greater harm by parasites to developing chicks.
The world's tiger population has dipped below 3,500, and those that have managed to survive have been confined in a fraction of their available habitat.
- The horn of a unicorn considered as a medical or pharmacological ingredient.
- A winged horse with a single horn on its head; a winged unicorn.