CBSG is proud to share Second Nature, our book featuring ten success stories about what's possible when dedicated people who have a common purpose collaborate to save threatened species. Mammals from the coastal scrublands of Tasmania, amphibians from a unique gorge in Tanzania, birds from the forests of Japan, and plants from the rocky caves of Bermuda represent many more conservation successes around the world.
Behind these stories is CBSG, a small but effective catalyst for changing the futures of endangered species. Dedicated conservation groups and individuals commit time, knowledge, and resources to conserve species. CBSG's expertise and innovation in conservation planning provide a framework that helps them put scientific, regional, and cultural knowledge to its most effective use. After more than 35 years of conservation planning in partnership with conservation organizations, local communities, governments, zoos, and NGOs, CBSG has a long list of success stories to tell—and many more to generate.
Download Second Nature as a PDF (14 MB)-> http://www.cbsg.org/sites/cbsg.org/files/Second_Nature.pdf
View Second Nature in book form -> http://en.calameo.com/read/002747292d1af604b527f