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Bronx Zoo Holiday Lights: Discounts on Advance Tickets Available NOW
With the return of one of New York City’s greatest holiday traditions during the most festive time of the year, the Bronx Zoo Holiday Lights is offering advance tickets sales providing guests the opportunity to save big. Between now and Sept. 15, Bronx Zoo Holiday Lights tickets purchased online will be discounted by 30 percent; 40 percent for members. Plan for the busy season in advance then celebrate the holiday season with an enchanting adventure for the entire family. For the first tim...
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WCS Releases First-Ever Video of Extremely Rare Bird on Nest
WCS announced that an international team of biologists made an important discovery, something that had not been seen in more than 40 years: the nest of a globally-endangered Nordmann’s greenshank (Tringa guttifer). 
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New York Aquarium: 10 Locations in NY/NJ Waters To Possibly Spot Whales from Shore

Experts at the New York Aquarium recommend ten locations where people might have the best chance to see a whale from shore–including the roof of its own Ocean Wonders: Sharks!

 

 

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Study: Community-based wildlife carcass surveillance is key for early detection of Ebola virus in Central Africa
WCS and NIH (National Institutes of Health) scientists partnered with the Republic of Congo Ministry of Health to develop a low-cost educational outreach program and surveillance system for wildlife mortality that has continued now for over a decade. 
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WCS and Partners Announce: The First High Level Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference In Peru

The Wildlife Conservation Society has joined partners to announce an illegal wildlife trade conference which will take place in Peru Oct. 3 and 4, 2019.

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Concluding Statement from WCS on CITES CoP18

The following statement was issued by the Wildlife Conservation Society at CITES CoP18. Susan Lieberman, vice president of international policy for the Wildlife Conservation Society, presented these remarks in full plenary as CITES CoP18 came to conclusion.

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TOTAL SWEEP FOR SHARKS AND RAYS!!!

It was agreed to place 18 additional shark and ray species on Appendix II of CITES. This means that international trade in these species will be regulated, and countries will be incentivized to manage the fisheries for these species to ensure they are sustainable.

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News From WCS Chile: Members needed to help preserve Karukinka -- the biggest protected area on the island of  Tierra del Fuego
WCS Chile is launching its first membership campaign for Karukinka Natural Park in Tierra del Fuego with the goal of establishing a network of 5.000 people committed to this challenge in the next years.
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What happened with sharks, giraffe, saiga, rosewood, glass frogs, elephants and more? 
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WCS Welcomes Madagascar’s New Commitment to Halt Rosewood Trafficking

WCS welcomes Madagascar’s new commitment to halt the trafficking of rosewood species, as the country’s representatives announced at the CITES CoP18 this week.

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