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Yearly Archives: 2009

Two Bears Saved on World Environment Day

Bear surrender
Wildlife SOS commemorated World Environment Day this year by rescuing 2 more sloth bears from a life of cruelty and pain. The bears were seized the evening of June 5 during a village raid. The bears, a male and a female, were injured; their claws

By |December 4th, 2009|Animals|0 Comments|

Monitor Lizard Rescued from Mob

Monitor lizard
It was a blistering hot day in the outskirts of Delhi. The roads were a blur of fast moving cars, all honking their way to their destinations. A few people sat on the cement fanning themselves. On the side of the roads were ice

By |December 4th, 2009|Animals|0 Comments|

Wildlife S.O.S. Awareness and Education Programme in Kashmir gains ground

Awareness campaign

The Wildlife S.O.S. Awareness and Education programme in Kashmir valley run by education officer Aliya Mir is fast gaining popularity…

 

The Wildlife S.O.S. Awareness and Education programme in Kashmir valley run by education officer Aliya Mir is fast gaining

By |December 4th, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Birds of Prey Fall Prey to Smugglers

Bird of Prey
Recently, the office of Wildlife SOS in Delhi received a tip from an anonymous caller that poachers were attempting to smuggle some birds of prey amidst luggage in a bus in the town of Meerut, about 3 hours away.

The registration number and description

By |December 4th, 2009|Animals|0 Comments|

Environmental Activism Award

environmental award
It’s not everyday that an evening turns out to be loads of fun, great food and an opportunity to see the intelligentsia of Delhi society, its who’s who (and not to miss the remarkable Chief Minister of Delhi – Smt. Shiela Dixit,) all relaxed

Celebrating Van Mahotsav with Tree Plantings

tree plantings
Every year the first week of July is celebrated as Van Mahotsav in India. This year Wildlife S.O.S. marked the event with the plantation of over a hundred trees inside the Sur Sarovar Bird sanctuary in Keetham, Agra. On the 2nd of July 2009, Wildlife

Crocodiles rescued from Train Station

Rescued baby crocodile

In an interesting turn of events, two baby crocodiles were rescued from the Nizamuddin Railway Station in New Delhi. They were confiscated from a person who had brought them all the way from Tamil Nadu to sell them. In addition to

By |December 3rd, 2009|Animals|0 Comments|

Tribal Rehabilitation – an Alternative way of Living

Raja

The Kalandars of Karnataka, originally Muslim gypsies with a highly nomadic lifestyle were famous for their mastery over animals. For three hundred years they earned a living from various types of performing animals, especially dancing bears.

We at Wildlife SOS believe that

By |December 1st, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Reducing Human/Wildlife Conflicts

leopard

As human development continues to push into wildlife habitat across the globe, it’s unsurprising that so many places have increasing issues with human/wildlife conflict. Their natural habitats degraded and diminished, wild animals increasingly eke out an existence in developed areas because they have little other

By |November 20th, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Meet Rajbir

Bird of Prey
Recently, the office of Wildlife SOS in Delhi received a tip from an anonymous caller that poachers were attempting to smuggle some birds of prey amidst luggage in a bus in the town of Meerut, about 3 hours away.

The registration number and

By |August 4th, 2009|Animals|1 Comment|
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