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Endangered gorilla numbers up in Congo

1254 days ago From UPI.com   View Archived Article

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - A survey in Kahuzi-Biega National Park found 181 individual Grauer's gorillas, an increase from the 168 individuals detected in the same sector in 2004, a release by the Wildlife Conservation Society said Thursday. Related to the more famous moun ...

Wildlife Conservation Society Receives New Baby Wallabies

1257 days ago From Zoo and Aquarium Visitor News   View Archived Article

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK - Brooklyn, NY - The Wildlife Conservation Society's Prospect Park Zoo announces the debut of two baby yellow-footed rock wallabies, called joeys, at its re-opened Australian Walkabout exhibit. The joeys were born late last year and are experiencin ...

Bear Cubs Microchipped To Study Bear Behavior

1258 days ago From Paw Nation   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - As part of an ongoing 13-year study on bear behavior in Nevada by The Wildlife Conservation Society (WLS), Beckmann, along with other field scientists, recently helped microchip three bear cubs who were in a den with their safely sedated mother. ...

Missing Bronx Zoo cobra found as tweets continue from Yankee Stadium

1268 days ago From al.com (blog)   View Archived Article

MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA - The Wildlife Conservation Society released the photo today in announcing the snake's safe recovery (The Associated Press) NEW YORK -- The Bronx Zoo announced today that the missing Egyptian cobra was located within the confines of the zoo. ...

Arctic wetland is vital breeding ground for birds

1279 days ago From China.org.cn   View Archived Article

BEIJING, CHINA - The four-year study by the Wildlife Conservation Society was the first to look at the full range of bird species from around the world that descend on the Teshekpuk Lake area and showed that the region contains some of the highest nesting bird ...

New Population of Small Mountain Cats Renews Hope for the Species

1282 days ago From Treehugger   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - Andres Novaro, a conservationist for the Wildlife Conservation Society, explained: These confirmed records show the lowest elevations ever reported for the Andean cat...according to genetic studies underway led by Daniel Cossios, this new population ...

Fourth Graders Save Endangered Species

1290 days ago From Scarsdale10583.com   View Archived Article

SCARSDALE, NEW YORK - Right now, the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) conservationists are working on the ground, across four continents and five oceans, to save some of earth's most spectacular and imperiled wildlife. From Thailand's tiger territory to the nes ...

Resort edges into tigers' turf

1300 days ago From Times of India   View Archived Article

BANGALORE, INDIA - According to experts from Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), this villa- resort is in gross violation of Section 3, Category A of the Environment Protection Act, 1986. According to them, the planned resort, being built by Pune-based firm NSB, ...

New Report Lists 25 Most Endangered Turtle Species

1307 days ago From Newswise (press release)   View Archived Article

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA - Newswise =97 A report issued today, 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 =96 some of which currently nu ...

Indonesia cracks down on online wildlife trade

1308 days ago From msnbc.com   View Archived Article

JAKARTA, INDONESIA - AP In this undated photo released by Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), body parts of endangered animals confiscated from an arts shop are displayed at a police station in Jakarta, Indonesia. An Indonesian man has been arrested for allegedly using ...

Indonesia cracks down on online wildlife trade

1311 days ago From Fox News   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - He says the US-based Wildlife Conservation Society and other environmental groups carried out the initial probe and then tipped off authorities. Darori said Thursday that advertisements posted online for protected wildlife items have led authorities ...

And, expert's reason for dipping tiger count: vanishing prey

1312 days ago From Indian Express   View Archived Article

NEW DELHI, INDIA - Karanth, a senior conservation scientist at the NewYork-based Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and director, WCS India Program, Bangalore, was speaking at the 5th Kirloskar Vasundhara International Film festival in the city on Tuesday. ...

Injured eagles from Wyo. find new home Bronx Zoo

1317 days ago From Wall Street Journal   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - The bald eagles previously spent time at a Wyoming wildlife rehabilitation center. Now they've got an aviary more than 20 feet high all to themselves. ...

Study finds how sea urchins affect coral reefs' growth

1343 days ago From DailyIndia.com   View Archived Article

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - According to the study of Kenya's coral reefs by the Wildlife Conservation Society and the University of California at Santa Cruz, reef systems closed to ...

Finding Yellowstone bison new home has challenges, experts say

1353 days ago From The Missoulian   View Archived Article

MISSOULA, MONTANA - ... and have them be there - that is done all the time," said Keith Aune, senior conservation scientist with the Wildlife Conservation Society in Bozeman. ...

Siberian Tigers In Danger

1355 days ago From Long Island Press   View Archived Article

SYOSSET, NEW YORK - By Licia Avelar on January 3rd, 2011 The Wildlife Conservation Society has just announced a disturbing report revealing that the last of the remaining ...

Chinese volunteers to clear traps set for Siberian tigers

1356 days ago From Xinhua   View Archived Article

BEIJING, CHINA - The trap-clearing campaign will be jointly sponsored by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), a New York-based non-profitable organization, ...

Wild Tigers Going Extinct

1387 days ago From Petside (blog)   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - The Wildlife Conservation Society is urging people to get involved. You can help by contacting your senators and representatives asking them to co-sponsor ...

Wildlife Conservation Society Pledges $50 Million to Save Tigers

1397 days ago From Environment News Service   View Archived Article

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, WASHINGTON - Together, and in partnership, we can make a difference." "Following this summit," urged Robinson, "we must put into place the institutional mechanisms (1) ...

WCS Education Department Receives $700,000 from Department of Education

1406 days ago From NewsBlaze   View Archived Article

FOLSOM, CALIFORNIA - Bronx, NY-The Wildlife Conservation Society has been awarded a three-year grant in the amount of $714649 from the US Department of Education's Office of ...

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