WCS Living Landscape

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The Wildlife Conservation Society's Living Landscape Program is based on a simple reality: animals do not recognize park boundaries, particularly wide-ranging species such as elephants, bears and jaguars. Indeed, while parks are essential for conservation, the larger landscape adjacent to protected areas, "alive" with both humans and animals, is often as important to many species. To protect these "Living Landscapes," WCS has created an approach that involves not only parks and protected areas, but neighboring people, governments and the private sector
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