The Wildlife Conservation Society, as part of its mission to save wildlife and wild places, publishes many articles and reports each year on its work around the world, averaging over 300 per year. WCS staff contribute to conservation knowledge and zoological science through peer-reviewed articles, reports, white papers and books.
The WCS Working Paper Series is designed to share with the conservation and development communities in a timely fashion information from the various settings where WCS works. These Papers address issues that are of immediate importance to helping conserve wildlife and wild lands either through offering new data or analyses relevant to specific conservation settings, or through offering new methods, approaches, or perspectives on rapidly evolving conservation issues. The findings, interpretations, and conclusions expressed in the Papers are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Wildlife Conservation Society.
WCS staff interested in publishing a working paper should contact the WCS Library (firstname.lastname@example.org) for guidelines.
WCS Working Papers
American Bison Society Working Papers
WCS Canada Conservation Reports