Term Archive: Workshops

Measuring the Impact of Human Behavior on Conservation Efforts

October 8, 2013

Human activities are often the direct cause of threats to wild species and habitats. Conserving our planet’s biodiversity requires understanding which of our activities do harm, and developing and implementing sustainable practices and behaviors that will benefit both human populations and the nature that surrounds them.
 

Species, Workshops

Sonoran Pronghorn Recovery in North America

July 25, 2013

The Sonoran pronghorn (Antilocapra americana sonoriensis) was one of the first species declared Endangered in the United States, receiving Federal protection under the new Endangered Species Preservation Act in 1967. These pronghorn are the fastest land mammal in North America, and are specially adapted to survive in the hot, dry conditions of their range in Arizona and Mexico.

Workshops PHVA, PVA, sonoran pronghorn
Rotoroa Island © Onnie Byers

May e-Update published today

May 23, 2013

 Every two months, we send out an update to our members, donors, and social media followers about our recent activities. Our schedule for the past few months has been full, taking CBSG staff and regional network teams from Iguazu Falls in Argentina to the Moscow Zoo in Russia, and from a tiny island near New Zealand to the wetlands of South Africa.

Workshops, Publications