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Cameroon, FAO Install Move to Protect Mangroves

691 days ago From Voice of America   View Archived Article

CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS - Dr Gordon Ajojina is a longtime mangrove conservationist and chair of the Cameroon Wildlife Conservation Society. He says today the degradation rate stands at 2,500ha annually, and is resulting in wildlife habitat loss and rising coastal erosion. It& ...

Remote camera snaps curious tiger cub in India

696 days ago From Mother Nature Network   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - The cub is estimated to be about four to five months old, according to a release from the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), which conducts animal surveys in the area and helped place the camera that captured the young tiger's image. A second c ...

Leopards Encroaching On Populated Areas In India

706 days ago From RedOrbit   View Archived Article

ATLANTA, GEORGIA - According to the World Conservation Society (WCS), homeowners in western India can expect to see something a little bigger when they fling open the curtains ...

Two new marine protected areas created on Argentina's southern coasts

721 days ago From Phys.Org   View Archived Article

DOUGLAS, ISLE OF MAN, U K - The Wildlife Conservation Society applauds the Government of Argentina for creating two enormous marine protected areas in Patagonia, a region filled with majestic shorelines and abundant wildlife. The new marine parks=97Isla Ping=FCino Coastal Marin ...

Gorillas Caught in the Crossfire in the Democratic Republic of Congo

721 days ago From Science Daily   View Archived Article

ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND - Andrew Plumptre of WCS said: "The Wildlife Conservation Society, Fauna & Flora International and the Jane Goodall Institute have designed a new scientific approach to survey this endangered ape across its 80,000 square kilometer range with s ...

Conservationists: ban the wild cheetah pet trade

726 days ago From Mongabay.com   View Archived Article

MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA - The victim, according to the founder of the animal sanctuary called Project Survival's Cat Haven, located in Fresno County, was a female volunteer intern. It's unknown at this time why the employee was inside the cage and what led to the atta ...

Democratic Republic of Congo’s Last Large Forest Elephant Population in Serious Decline

731 days ago From ENN   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - "The volunteers like Janie that heroically give of themselves continue to drive our mission here at Health Partners. Over 100 volunteers donate time to our organization every year and we wish we could give them all the recognition that they dese ...

Elephant massacre in the Congo

734 days ago From Mongabay.com   View Archived Article

MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA - To help those in need this winter, HoneyBaked has joined with Feeding America=AE, the nation's leading anti-hunger organization, to donate 100,000 meals.* To officially launch the program, HoneyBaked is donating 4,000 pounds of ham (10,000 immedi ...

Gorilla paradise: New park safeguards 15,000 western lowland gorillas

762 days ago From Mongabay.com   View Archived Article

MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA - The new report compiles the latest in EPA findings on environmental stressors that can affect children's health. The report covers 37 indicators of children's environmental health such as contaminants in air, water, and food; chemicals measur ...

Asia's third largest animal may be on the rebound

776 days ago From Mongabay.com   View Archived Article

MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA - Sunnyside Goodwill manager Chella Cardenas displays the shoebox in which she found $15,000. The box was mistakenly donated on December 18. Goodwill official were able to track down the owners who declined to give her name or go on camera. ...

Tiger count goes up in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu: Wildlife Conservation Society data

792 days ago From India Today   View Archived Article

NEW DELHI, INDIA - This has emerged in new global data released by Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), which is engaged in scientific monitoring and conservation programme in collaboration with government agencies including the National Tiger Conservation Agency. ...

Good news for tigers

797 days ago From Wildlife Extra News   View Archived Article

HEREFORD, U K - The Coca-Cola Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Atlanta-based The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO), will award more than $2 million in grants this quarter, with more than $1 million going to support community health and fitness programs. Including ...

Kihansi Spray Toad Reintroduced into its Native Habitat

813 days ago From Student Operated Press   View Archived Article

VERO BEACH, FLORIDA - The Wildlife Conservation Society`s Bronx Zoo, the Toledo Zoo, Tanzanian government, World Bank and other partners have reintroduced 2,000 Kihansi spray toads into the Kihansi Gorge in Tanzania. This is the first example of an amphibian species that ...

Madagascar Gets Tough with Poachers

819 days ago From Outcome Magazine   View Archived Article

LOVELAND, COLORADO - 12/5/2012 The Wildlife Conservation Society congratulates Madagascar's Ministry of Fisheries and local communities around Ankarea Marine Protected Area (MPA) for working together to eliminate illegal sea cucumber harvesting from an area known for ...

Our Conservation Includes Saving Our Creatures!

850 days ago From Staugnews   View Archived Article

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA - The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), which has its home base at the Bronx Zoo, is a much-needed organization that was founded in 1895 and now manages over 200 million acres of wild locales around the world; with over 500 field conservation projec ...

Point Defiance Zoo seeks donations in race to save tigers

855 days ago From The News Tribune   View Archived Article

TACOMA, WASHINGTON - Money raised in the campaign will support Wildlife Conservation Society efforts to stop poaching, reduce human-tiger conflict and provide veterinary care to tigers caught in snares, said zoo general curator Karen Goodrowe Beck. =93If we don't act ...

Once extinct in the wild, Tanzanian toads make a comeback

856 days ago From Washington Post   View Archived Article

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - The Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo and the Toledo Zoo in Ohio have spent the past dozen years working with the government of Tanzania and the World Bank to breed the tiny animals in captivity after a major hydropower dam diminished the ...

Int'l groups discuss elephant conservation in Vietnam

864 days ago From SGGP   View Archived Article

HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM - The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) convened a meeting on October 19 to discuss ways to conserve wild elephants in Vietnam and tackle the illegal ...

Coral reefs and food security: Study shows nations at risk

868 days ago From Phys.Org   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - A new study co-authored by the Wildlife Conservation Society identifies countries most vulnerable to declining coral reef fisheries from a food-security perspective while providing a framework to plan for alternative protein sources needed to replace ...


874 days ago From Xperedon Charity News   View Archived Article

LONDON, U K - ... Rhino Foundation of Indonesia, Save the Rhino International, TRAFFIC and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). "The future of rhinos on our planet depends on our immediate actions," explains Dr John Robinson of the Wildlife Conservat ...

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