Wildlife Conservation Society

A general view of Oban Biosphere Reserve, in Calabar, Cross River, Nigeria where UNESCO Chief Audrey Azoulay visits during a tour of the Reserve on September 12, 2021. - The Oban Biosphere Reserve is Nigeria's biggest tropical forest and a paradise of endangered gorillas, elephants and other species southeast of the country. Azoulay is in Nigeria to open the 33rd UNESCO 'Human and Biosphere' conference in Abuja with President Muhammadu Buhari. (Photo by Kola Sulaimon / AFP)

WCS trains Cross River forest rangers

Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), is collaborating with Nigeria National Park Service, Cross River State Forestry Commission, and the Conservation Association of the Mbe Mountains
3 years ago
A captive cheetah at a Conservation Fund in Otjiwarongo, Namibia (AFP Photo/Gianluigi Guercia)

Cheetahs ‘sprinting’ towards extinction

Cheetahs are "sprinting" to extinction due to habitat loss and other forms of human impact, according to a new study out this week which called for urgent action to save the world's
8 years ago