WCS China
Wildlife Conservation Enforcement Training in Huangpu Customs, Guangzhou

Wildlife Conservation Enforcement Training in Huangpu Customs, Guangzhou

On November the 24th to 25th, 2014, China Wildlife Conservation Society in collaboration with the Guangzhou CITES Management Authority (MA), provided a two-day training workshop for Huangpu Customs Agency to support front-line enforcement efforts.
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Facing the illegal ivory trade and the African elephant crisis

Facing the illegal ivory trade and the African elephant crisis

A detailed review on the jeopardized survival of African elephants.

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Kangkang the great

Kangkang the great

Meet our team in Changtang!
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Building fences, crossing barriers

Building fences, crossing barriers

Challenges of doing conservation work in remote areas speaking completely different languages.
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Three days in Changtang

Three days in Changtang

Travelling to Tibet is like entering a dream, until you look for a trash bin.
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Will Tibetan antelopes ever be free?

Will Tibetan antelopes ever be free?

The influence of pasture fences on Tibetan antelopes in Changtang, Tibet.
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 A young herdsman looking after his yaks.

A young herdsman looking after his yaks.

A day together with a yak herdsman on the grasslands of Changtang.
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Chasing the Intruder

Chasing the Intruder

Chronicle of a wildlife-human conflict in Changtang, Tibet.
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Amur Leopard is back to China

Amur Leopard is back to China

A family of two adults has been seen breeding a cub once again in north-east China.
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New hope for the Tibetan wild yak

New hope for the Tibetan wild yak

A new breeze of hope for wild yaks and the sustainable development of local communities in Changtang, Tibet.
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