We Stand for WildlifeSM


WCS China operate since 1996 engaging in multiple activities that include combating illegal trade of endangered species, encouraging sustainable development and peaceful coexistence of wildlife and human communities in Tibet, and developing safer habitats for the Siberian Amur tiger and leopard. 

In the news

September 23, 2015

The Public Advertisement Screen In Nanning Airport Is Unveiled

Recently, the Guangxi Provincial Office for Combating Smuggling, Guangzhou Branch of the Endangered Species Import and Export Management Office, Nanning Wuxu International Airport, Nanning Customs, Forestry Department of Guangxi Province, WCS, IFAW, WildAid, together launch the ceremony of unveiling an advertisement screen in the border port of Guangxi.
May 3, 2015

Job Opportunity Wildlife Conservation Society China Program Director

The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is a conservation organization dedicated to protecting wildlife and their habitat, active in almost 60 countries. Our vision is to save wildlife and wild places worldwide through science, conservation action, education, and inspiring people to value nature. WCS has been working in China since 1995, with focus on large mammals and their habitat. 

Living Forest_2009_15

Author(s): Zhang Mingxia

GNUSLETTER Vol 29_no 1_August 2010

Author(s): Kang Aili

Preliminary monitoring of Amur tiger population in Jilin Hunchun National Nature Reserve

Author(s): Bing Li,Endi Zhang,Zhenghua Zhang,Yu Zhang
Year: 2008

Siberian Tiger Populations to Restore - Challenges and Opportunities

Author(s): Yan Xie,Quanhui Sun
Year: 2009

Reproductive Ecology of the Chinese Alligator and Implications for Conservation

Author(s): John Thorbjarnarson, Xiaoming Wang, Lijun He.
Year: 2001

Amur Tiger and Prey in Jilin Hunchun National Nature Reserve, China.

Author(s): Chen Jiuyi, Nasendelger, Sun Quanhui, Zhang Lijia, Tang Jirong, Lang Jianmin, Liu tong, Liu Kunpeng, Xiao Wenhong, Bao Weidong
Year: 2011

Chang Tang Traverse

Author(s): George Beals Schaller and Kang Aili

On the origin of tigers in China and process of endanger

Author(s): Ma Yiqin and Xie Yan
Year: 2010

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