BREAKING: A new executive order could withdraw protections for offshore areas from future oil and gas development, including the Hudson Canyon off the coast of New York! Share this image and let Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke know we care about these waters and the animals that live in them.
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The Administration is considering rolling back a rule that helps protect wildlife including critically endangered Grauer’s gorillas from illegal mining. We have until April 28th to tell the State Department: our phones, computers, jewelry, and other everyday purchases must not fuel death and destruction for people and wildlife in regions like the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Please add...
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Superhighway rerouted and wildlife saved! Thanks to pressure you helped create, the Nigerian government announced a more extensive adjustment to the proposed road sparing valuable rainforest habitat. Let’s make sure they follow through: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Happy World Penguin Day! Put on your tuxedos and dive in at the deep end. It's time to put your penguin knowledge to the test with our Penguin Pop Quiz: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Good news! Our Earth Day Challenge has been extended for just one more day. There’s still time to make your gift to save wildlife and have it DOUBLED through our matching gift offer >>
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Happy Earth Day! There’s still time to make your gift to save wildlife and have it DOUBLED through our matching gift offer. #StandForWildlife. Donate now: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Happy Earth Day Theres still time to make your gift to save
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Earth Day Challenge: Double your impact to save wildlife. When you make a gift to WCS, you're joining a community that's on the front lines of the fight to save wildlife, securing a future these species might otherwise never have. #StandForWildlife. Donate now: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Earth Day Challenge Double your impact to save wildlife When you make
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WCS’s John Calvelli explains how the minerals in our computers and cellphones could be linked to illegal mining operations that harm gorillas, chimpanzees, okapi, and other species. Learn how we can stop it: [ Bit.ly Link ]
WCSs John Calvelli explains how the minerals in our computers and cellphones
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Tell the decision-makers: No Science = No Wildlife. Join us and March for Science on Saturday, April 22: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Take the Earth Day Challenge: help wildlife before it’s too late. When you make a gift to WCS, you're joining a community that's on the front lines of the fight to save wildlife, securing a future that wild species might otherwise never have. #StandForWildlife [ Bit.ly Link ]
Take the Earth Day Challenge help wildlife before its too late When
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Science is essential to the survival of wildlife, including endangered gorillas. In 2014, WCS announced the development of a technique to identify Ebola antibodies in the feces of wild gorillas, an important milestone in safeguarding both animals and people from this disease. We need to send a clear message to decision-makers: no science = no wildlife. This Saturday, April 22nd, show your...
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MARCH FOR SCIENCE WITH WCS! Join us on Saturday, April 22. The more people we have marching, the stronger a message it will send. This is YOUR chance to march for wildlife and be part of a historic moment that sends a clear message to decision makers: "No Science = No Wildlife." [ Bit.ly Link ]
MARCH FOR SCIENCE WITH WCS Join us on Saturday April 22 The
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A western lowland gorilla and an African forest elephant sharing a peaceful moment at Mbeli Bai in Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park.The northern Republic of Congo is home to almost one quarter of the entire world’s population of forest elephants. WCS’s efforts here have quadrupled patrols and provided rangers with sophisticated training. We’ve introduced satellite tracking to help capture poachers...
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A western lowland gorilla and an African forest elephant sharing a peaceful
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Minerals used in our computers and phones are mined in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s National Parks, harming endangered animals and local communities. Say no to conflict minerals. Send the message loud and clear that you don't want the products you purchase to come at the price of extinction. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Minerals used in our computers and phones are mined in the Democratic
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William Beebe was one of America's greatest popularizers of ecological thinking and biological science. If you’re in New York this summer, don’t miss an incredible exhibition at The Drawing Center from his pioneering Department of Tropical Research. “Exploratory Works” opens this weekend and runs through July 16. [ Bit.ly Link ]
William Beebe was one of Americas greatest popularizers of ecological thinking and
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Scientists from WCS and the Turtle Survival Alliance have completed a different kind of egg hunt this holiday season. Get the details: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Scientists from WCS and the Turtle Survival Alliance have completed a different
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Attention photographers! We have a special assignment for you in honor of National Frog Month. Submit your entry to the “Frogs Are Cool” #WCSWildview contest and you could win a a Patagonia Toromiro Pack. [ Bit.ly Link ]
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WCS Wild View: Frogs Are Cool

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On March 28, we shared with you dramatic footage of 11 Asian elephants being rescued from an old, mud-filled bomb crater in Cambodia's Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary. When local farmers discovered the elephants, they notified the Department of Environment, who in turn notified WCS Cambodia. WCS was able to help mobilize a rescue. Our Cambodia team has now provided some additional footage of the...
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WCS’s Leslie Scopes Anderson shares a special encounter with European bee-eaters. #WCSWildView [ Bit.ly Link ]
WCSs Leslie Scopes Anderson shares a special encounter with European beeeaters W

WCS Wild View: Beautiful Bee-eaters

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Time to count the tigers! WCS researchers have accurately estimated tiger numbers in limited areas, such as India’s Bhadra Tiger Reserve, using photographic captures and coat patterns to identify individual cats. Now, say scientists, a new method enables the rigorous assessment of animal numbers at large geographical scales—critical information for scientists working to conserve these wildlife...
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Time to count the tigers WCS researchers have accurately estimated tiger numbers
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