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Yearly Archives: 2013

A volunteer’s experience

By Kirsty Angus

We first found out about Wildlife SOS through a fellow Australian traveller and then saw a 2 page spread about the organization and the amazing work they were doing in one of our newspapers in Melbourne.

We stayed for 2 weeks which passed incredibly quickly.  From

By |December 30th, 2013|Animals|0 Comments|

Chain-free, finally

By Amanjeet Kaur

Captive elephants in India have a cruel history of being used for begging,  held in temples for ‘blessings’ or forced to perform in circuses.  Wildlife SOS is trying to improve the situation for these elephants by helping injured and sick elephants that are forced to work

By |December 16th, 2013|Animals|1 Comment|

Freed from a snake charmer

By Prathamesh Desai

A couple of days ago, a rat snake that was 6.5 ft. long was rescued from a snake charmer.  Baiju Raj, a wildlife biologist with Wildlife SOS who has always had a special affection for reptiles, saw the snake charmer at a local market.  ‘The charmer’

By |December 15th, 2013|Animals|0 Comments|

Meet Rinesh

R    Wildlife SOS is involved with the rescuing and rehabilitating many different species of animals.  What is less known, is that Wildlife SOS has several research projects that are being conducted to increase our understanding of

By |December 11th, 2013|Animals|0 Comments|

Chanchal- the water baby

By Steffi Joseph

Playful as ever, Chanchal has lived up to her name with her daily antics, winning hearts every day.  Our 17- year old is a water baby and spends much time rolling in the pond.Her name is just enough to bring a grin on the

By |December 10th, 2013|Animals|0 Comments|

Wildlife SOS Speaks at INSPIRE 2013

By Tahir Gazanfar  

From November 20-25,Wildlife SOS participated and mentored a 5 day internship programme held at the Nigeen Club,

By |December 2nd, 2013|Animals|0 Comments|

Meet Lenzolita (Lino)

By Steffi Joseph

Lenzolita was rescued on the 21st of January 2011 from Bihar.  Wildlife SOS and the Bihar police conducted a raid in the village and found Lenzolita with 4 other cubs.  She was a small little cub who looked terribly undernourished and weighed only 38 kgs.  Her

By |December 1st, 2013|Animals|0 Comments|

Help Wildlife SOS win $100 K

Wildlife SOS is participating in the Crowdrise Holiday Challenge.  This is an opportunity for us to raise much needed funds in order to help Nepal’s bears.  Here are a few things you should know about the campaign and some details of how you can help!

Can I donate from

By |November 20th, 2013|Animals|0 Comments|

Aashiya’s Story

By Rakhee Sharma

Aashiya comes from a poor Kalandar family.  There are 6 in her family and Aashiya is the oldest of four children. Aashiya’s father previously used to ‘dance bears.’ However, he surrendered his bear to Wildlife SOS and now he is self employed earning an income by

By |November 18th, 2013|Animals|0 Comments|

Bird Workshop Held in Kashmir

By Aaliya Mir

It has been almost a decade since Wildlife SOS started its program in Kashmir with the goal of education students and local people to have the conservation ethic.  Adhering to its conservation work and outreach programs, Wildlife SOS held a one day work shop

By |November 18th, 2013|Animals|0 Comments|
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Gajraj - The King Of Elephants

Gajraj is finally on the way to our Elephant Conservation and Care Center! He will need immediate medical attention, rehabilitation and lots of care & compassion.
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