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Do Zoos Properly Educate?

When people think of zoos an immediate thought is that it’s a form of entertainment. People can go with friends, families, guests, etc. as an activity that consumes a majority of the day. 588 more words


The Commercial Aim of Zoos

The Wildlife Conservation Society manages some of the most popular wildlife tourism attractions in New York City, attracting approximately four million visitors each year. These WCS parks, which include the Bronx Zoo, Central Park Zoo, Prospect Park Zoo, and Queens Zoo, … 485 more words


5 Big-Value Must-Have Family Memberships

True New Yorkers know how to score the best deal on anything; New York parents can be especially savvy about getting the most bang for every buck. 1,746 more words

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Bronx Zoo Kicks Off Annual Toy Drive For Military Families

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Everyone is getting into the holiday spirit– even the animals at the zoo. Well, sort of.

The Bronx Zoo kicked off its annual toy drive Friday with all the goodies going to local military families, CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock reported. 309 more words


Saber-Toothed Deer Alive in Afghanistan

Brian Thomas, M.S. (ICR) / 14 NOV 2014 – Based on journal entries, a Danish survey team probably sighted musk deer while working in the remote regions of northeast Afghanistan in 1948, but that was the last official sighting—until now. 334 more words


Profile of conservation biologist Krithi Karanth



Difference Maker

Krithi Karanth’s quest: help people and wildlife to coexist in India

Krithi Karanth has witnessed threats, poachers, and forest fires as she tries to learn how people and wildlife can live in harmony in a crowded India. 1,371 more words

Wildlife Conservation

Throwback Thursday: Madagascar!

The case study below is from a summative evaluation RK&A did with the Wildlife Conservation Society.  The Madagascar! exhibit at the Bronx Zoo is an indoor exhibit that allows visitors to come face-to-face with wildlife from this island habitat.  486 more words