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February 1 - Sins of the Father: Conservation and Human Rights Then and Now

Conservationists' fraught history on indigenous people's rights needn't hinder our learning from the mistakes of our predecessors as we practice conservation today.

January 19 - Monitoring Jaguars and Other Charismatic Species in Bolivia’s Alto Madidi

Alto Madidi, on the upper Madidi River where the Andean foothills flatten out onto to the Amazonian floodplain, is a magical place and the sixth site on our two-year altitudinal transect in Madidi National Park.

January 18 - Sustainable Gastronomy to Conserve the Amazon’s Cultural and Natural Diversity

Gastronomy can promote conservation of biodiversity, livelihood opportunities for local communities, healthy food systems, and greater global awareness of the Amazon.


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The Wonders of the WCS NY Aquarium: An Ongoing Picture Blog

February 2, 2016

As visitors exit the 8-foot wide, 40-foot long Coral Reef Tunnel, they enter the Coral Reef Rotunda, pictured here, which will focus on the important role of sharks in keeping coral reefs healthy. Photo: Muni Abdullah© WCS

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