WCS presents Field Sight is the newest project from our professional development team. Pairing the insight of our educators with the expertise of WCS field staff we are excited to bring you the stories of the conservation work we are doing all over the world. Hear what it’s like to work on the ground protecting wildlife straight from the source, and bring this valuable information into your classroom with curated curriculum tools.
In order to protect and conserve wildlife and wild places WCS uses many tactics and tools. Learn from our experts, how maps, math, and modeling, help us get a birds eye view of how our planet is changing, and what we can do to protect it.
WCS has been working to protect American bison through partnership with the National Park Service to understand the genetic integrity of bison in federal herds. Plus, curriculum tools for the classroom build deeper understanding of important interdisciplinary and cross cutting concepts.
The New York Seascape program has been working hard to protect local waters. Learn from our experts how conservation science supports our efforts to advocate for sharks and other marine life. Plus, we show you ways to engage your students with civic advocacy.
WCS has been working with our team and partners in Mongolia to make cashmere production more sustainable. This project is striving to not only protect the ecosystem, but benefit local communities. Hear from our experts and let us bring this amazing effort into your classroom
Learn about the work WCS is doing to protect the critically endangered Grauer's Gorilla. Hear directly from WCS staff and use tools created by our educators to bring this valuable information into the classroom.
WCS presents Field Sight is made possible through generous funding provided by the Laura J. Niles Foundation.