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Wildlife Conservation Society introduces “Birds of Brazil” book series First edition highlights birds in threatened Pantanal and Cerrado ecosystems NEW YORK (March 23, 2011)—The job of promoting conservation in the most biodiverse nation in the world is for the birds, according to the authors of a new bird guide produced by the Wildlife Conservation Society, Cornell University Press, and Editora Horizonte in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Published in Portuguese and En...
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Linking artists, scientists and other professionals Karukinka Natural Park will host a one-week workshop on the topics of conservation, land use and management, and the relationship between art and the task of preservationDecember 6, 2010 - Santiago, Chile – initiated by the curator Camila Marambio, in collaboration with the Wildlife Conservation Society Chile, Essay N°1 is a one-week workshop that will take place from February 14th to 21st, 2011 at Karukinka Natural Park, in the extreme localit...
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500,000 gallons, swimming with sharks, sea turtles, rays,and thousands of schooling fishAn iconic element of the aquarium’s 10-year transformation“Ocean Wonders: Shark will inspire New Yorkers to celebrate the city’s maritime heritage and attract more visitors and business to Brooklyn’s oceanfront.” Groundbreaking: 2012 Brooklyn, New York – Dec. 14, 2010 – The Wildlife Conservation Society has received approval from the New York City Public Design Commission for Ocean Wonders: S...
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Come 2015, Coney Island beachgoers will come ashore to connect with sharks, skates, rays and other fish. The New York Aquarium’s newest exhibit will bring people to the sea, and the sea life to the people.
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WCS calls for increased protection of refuge’s coastal plain WCS’s George Schaller conducted original field surveys that led to the refuge’s creation in 1960   NEW YORK (December 6, 2010) – The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge today by calling for permanent protection of the refuge’s coastal plain. WCS’s George Schaller was one of the first to survey the refuge more than five de...
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WCS joined by New York Botanical Garden and Lehman College on collaborative education program More than $700,000 awarded to develop “Outside-the-Box” program that will better utilize zoos and botanical gardens for educationU.S. Reps. José E. Serrano and Joseph Crowley applaud educational collaboration Bronx, NY – Nov. 12, 2010 – The Wildlife Conservation Society has been awarded a three-year grant in the amount of $714,649 from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Postseco...
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Holiday 4-D experience to run Nov. 6, 2010 – Jan. 2, 2011 Bronx, NY – Nov. 3, 2010 – The Polar Express™ 4-D Experience will be making stops at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Bronx Zoo and New York Aquarium for the holiday season – running from Saturday, Saturday, Nov. 6 through Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011. The Polar Express™ 4-D Experience is based on the film from Warner Bros. Pictures and Shangri-La Entertainment and inspired by the beloved Caldecott Medal children’s book by Chris Van Alls...
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“Making Tracks for Tigers” Benefit held at Hard Rock Cafe New York in Times Square NEW YORK (October 20, 2010)—Legendary recording artist Paul Simon joined the Wildlife Conservation Society in the fight to save tigers from extinction at a private performance tonight at Hard Rock Cafe New York in Times Square. Funds raised at the concert will support WCS efforts to save tigers in their last remaining strongholds in Asia. Conservationists estimate that approximately 3,200 tigers remain in the wi...
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Edith McBean and Dr. G. Carleton Ray will be honored for their conservation effortsDistinguished conservationist George Schaller among attendees Brooklyn, N.Y. – Sept. 22, 2010 – The Wildlife Conservation Society will hold the annual Dinner by the Sea benefit at WCS’s New York Aquarium today, Wednesday, Sept. 22, at 6:30 p.m. This year’s honorees are Vice Chair of the WCS Board of Trustees, Edith McBean, who will receive the Distinguished Leadership in Conservation Award, and Dr. G. Ca...
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