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Executive director of WCS-Canada Justina Ray discusses how changes to the landscape and climate of the far north affect its iconic caribou herds, and what we can do to safeguard these beloved Yuletide symbols.
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WCS and Canada’s Earth Rangers join forces to protect woodland caribou. WCS conducts scientific research on caribou, which are threatened by development of their home in the far north.
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Wildlife Conservation Society and Canada’s Earth Rangers join forces to protect woodland caribou WCS conducts scientific research on caribou, which are threatened by development of their far northern home TORONTO (December 15, 2011) – Just in time for the holidays, the Wildlife Conservation Society and Earth Rangers – a Canadian conservation group that works directly with children and families – have launched a campaign to protect the “real” reindeer, namely woodland caribou that...
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WCS ecologist and author Jerry Jenkins receives Adirondack Achievement Award   SARANAC LAKE, NY (May 20, 2011) –The Wildlife Conservation Society announced that WCS Ecologist Jerry Jenkins has received the Adirondack Achievement Award— given to those demonstrating leadership in making significant contributions to the long-term sustainability of the Adirondack Park. Jenkins has ...
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Zoo-Goers helped name the twins at www.ProspectParkZoo.com Video of Tira and Misu Brooklyn, NY – June 21, 2010 – Recently, the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Prospect Park Zoo debuted twin baby Geoffrey’s tamarins that were born just in time for Father’s Day. Zoo-goers were invited to help name the twins on the zoo’s website and the results are in. By popular demand, with a total of 169 votes, the twins are now called Tira and Misu. “In keeping with the delectable names of the parents and s...
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Zoo-Goers are invited to help name the twins at www.ProspectParkZoo.com Video of the twins: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSP4snpsg-c Brooklyn , NY – June 10, 2010 – Today, the Wildlife Co...
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The Bronx Zoo's new Kanburian pit viper at one week of age. Kanburian pit vipers live in the trees of Thailand’s western forests, preying on small animals .
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