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Thanks to pressure you helped create, Nigerian lawmakers announced a new route for the proposed superhighway sparing valuable rainforest habitat. Ensure they follow through.

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Congress Must Act

The administration is considering rolling back a corporate reporting rule that helps protect animals, like the critically endangered Grauer's gorilla. Tell Congress to oppose the repeal.

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Cuts to U.S Foreign Aid Would Devastate Wildlife

The aid is vital to programs that help countries conserve their natural resources, protect endangered wildlife, and more.

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Elephant Rescue

When 11 Asian elephants got stuck in a muddy old bomb crater, an amazing rescue effort took shape.

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Executive Order Threatens Wildlife

It could withdraw protections for offshore areas, including the Hudson Canyon off the coast of New York and New Jersey, from future oil and gas development.

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WCS scientists are committed to securing a future for wildlife and wild places. Let them know you're in their corner.

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May 18, 2017 | Science Friday

On Studying Musk Oxen

WCS's Joel Berger looks at wildlife in one of the least densely populated parts of the world.

April 25, 2017 | Smithsonian

A Department Full of Glamorous Adventure

A new exhibition featuring 60 works designed to communicate field biology decades ago.

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