Yearly Archives: 2010

Jungle king returns to his kingdom

Leopard-Jungle King

Wildlife SOS has successfully released a Leopard into the wild after he was wrongly dubbed a “man eater” by the local population and the Forest Department was pressurised to trap him.

Captured towards the beginning of 2010 from a human habitation area in Junnar forest range in

Fondation Brigitte Bardot ‘gifts’ a new home the Wildlife SOS Monkeys.

The Wildlife SOS monkeys can now boast of three new enclosures thanks to Fondation Brigitte Bardot.

With a generous donation from Fondation Brigitte Bardot Wildlife SOS has constructed a new enclosure consisting of three sections for some of the resident monkeys at the Wildlife SOS

Wildlife SOS attends 15th International Forestry and Environment Symposium in Sri Lanka

Wildlife SOS research co ordinator Usham S. Singh recently presented a paper -“Black bear-human conflict in the Western Himalayan region of Kashmir, India” at the 15th International Forestry and Environment Symposium, held at Colombo, Sri Lanka from 26th-27th November, 2010. The paper was co-authored by Usham Singh, Thomas Sharp, Kartick

WILDLIFE SOS: A Foster In Need

They say ‘God can’t be present everywhere, so they made Mother’. And where even the mother is absent there is Wildlife SOS.

Wildlife SOS has been long serving as the mother to a lot of orphaned wildlife! Be it the ferocious carnivores like leopards and tigers or

Owl rescued from “Black Magic” practice.

The superstitions regarding Owls in India are great and never ending. Owls have always been associated with demon rituals, spooky tales and folklore in India. At the same time, ironically, the Owl is also the bahan or carrier of Goddess Lakshmi who is worshipped during Diwali,

Haryana Leopard released back into the wild.

With massive deforestation and man animal conflict becoming an everyday occurrence Wildlife SOS once again played nurse to an injured Leopard that fell prey to mob fury in a village in Haryana.

The young female Leopard, about 2 years old, had strayed into Ahmadbas village in Mewat

22 bears evacuated from West Bengal!

The Bannerghatta Biological Park, Karnataka Forest Department, Zoo Authority of Karnataka, Central Zoo Authority and Wildlife SOS have evacuated 22 rescued dancing bears (12 males : 10 females) to save them from severe Maoist threat received in West Bengal.

“When the Purulia Forest Department and the Animal

Giant python rescued from Delhi airport

Python at airportA large eight foot python was spotted at the Delhi international Airport and the Wildlife SOS rapid response team was called in to help deal with the giant reptile.

The Wildlife SOS team, who has a unit at the Delhi International Airport to handle wildlife and animal

Tiger in Mathura – The Outcome

In a rare incident in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh a Tiger was reported to be sighted in a village near the highway. The Forest Department immediately contacted Wildlife SOS to help track the animal and preventing a disaster from happening, as the villagers were already up

Flying Fox pays a midnight call!!

Rescue of a fruit bat in North Delhi’s University A late night call on Monday, from the Police Control Room led the Wildlife

Social Media Icons Powered by Acurax Wordpress Development Company
Visit Us On TwitterVisit Us On FacebookVisit Us On PinterestVisit Us On YoutubeVisit Us On LinkedinCheck Our FeedVisit Us On Google Plus