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The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)

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WCS ConservationThe Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is a U.S. based international NGO, with conservation programs all around the world, including Fiji.

Over the past century, WCS has worked to establish more than 130 parks and protected areas on land and at sea, as well as working on threatened species.

WCS ConservationWCS works to save wildlife and wild places by understanding and resolving the critical problems that threaten key species and large, wild ecosystems around the world.

Wildlife Conservation Society
11 Ma’afu Street, Suva
t: 331 5174
f: 331 0178
http://www.wcs.org/marine

 
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