9 for '19

Scientists from our zoos and aquarium and our global conservation program expect these species to do better this year.

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Conservationists in Iran

WCS remains deeply concerned with the imprisonment and now trial of wildlife conservationists in Iran.

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Belgium Calls for Strong EU Ivory Ban

In recent months, momentum has been growing in Europe to end the trade and help African elephants recover.

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Rare Sight

In Belize, a boat captain grabbed incredible footage of a jaguar swimming across a lagoon (not pictured). WCS is currently supporting local efforts to get the lagoon formal protected and managed status.

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Sturgeon at the WCS New York Aquarium

The New York Aquarium has received five Endangered Atlantic sturgeon to educate the public about the need to protect this historically important fish in the Hudson River.

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Run for the Wild

Make tracks for giraffes at our annual 5K through the Bronx Zoo. Sign up today to run on Saturday, April 27.

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ELEPHANTS
APES
AFRICA
BIG CATS
SHARKS, SKATES, and RAYS
LATIN AMERICA and THE CARIBBEAN

By harnessing the power of its global field conservation programs and its four zoos and aquarium in New York, WCS aims to make measurable progress in the conservation of the flagship species groups pictured and its priority places.

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ASIA
NORTH AMERICA
WHALES and COASTAL DOLPHINS
OCEANS
TORTOISES and FRESHWATER TURTLES

By harnessing the power of its global field conservation programs and its four zoos and aquarium in New York, WCS aims to make measurable progress in the conservation of a number of flagship species groups and priority places.

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In the news

February 21, 2019 | The New York Times

Saving the Bats, One Cave at a Time

With the threat of white-nose syndrome looming, biologists are going underground to try to save species.

February 4, 2019 | AM New York

Why the Effort to Ban Straws is Growing

New York City, writes WCS's John Calvelli, has a chance to help lead the way by saying no to single-use plastic straws.

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