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Wildlife Conservation Society releases definitive 'state of the wild'
Date:4/16/2008

State of the Wild allows us to think more broadly about living with wildlife as conservationists and stewards of the Earth.

State of the Wild draws on the intellectual resources of all WCS departments, while non-WCS authors represent institutions such as the World Wildlife Fund, The Nature Conservancy, Island Conservation, The National Aviary, and universities across the globe.

State of the Wild affords us a comprehensive, engaging look at the ecological health of our planet today. With careful, thoughtful essays that provide an up-to-date account of the state of conservation of species and ecosystems, this book is a call-to-action, a sobering analysis of global conservation and biodiversity and what the world is doing to help, said Maya Lin, environmental artist and advocate for sustainable design, who reviewed the book.


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