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Yearly Archives: 2014

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    Ending the year by saving Leopards- Rescued and Released by Wildlife SOS

Ending the year by saving Leopards- Rescued and Released by Wildlife SOS

by- Pia Sharma

In a very eventful week the Wildlife SOS team from Manikdoh Leopard Rescue Center, Maharashtra has helped rescue and rehabilitate two Leopards. Coincidentally both Leopards were rescued from wells, in separate parts of Maharashtra.

The Wildlife SOS team received a call from, Sanjay

By |December 31st, 2014|Rescue|0 Comments|

3 Year Old Sloth Bear Rescued from Sira by Wildlife SOS

by-Shruti Prabhala

Tumkur, a district in the state of Karnataka, South India, is home to many endangered sloth bears. On 28th December 2014, Mr. Amarnath, District Conservator of Forests, came across a horrifying sight –a female sloth bear was struggling in a poacher’s snare on a private farm in Sira, Tumkur Division.

By |December 31st, 2014|Rescue|0 Comments|
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    Shower of Affection- An emotional Christmas for Wildlife SOS

Shower of Affection- An emotional Christmas for Wildlife SOS

by- Suvidha Bhatnagar

Wildlife SOS witnessed a beautiful Christmas when children with special needs visited Elephant Conservation and Care Center, Mathura. Dr Kirti Joshi, a pediatric physiotherapist in coordination with Wildlife SOS brought  some of her young patients along

By |December 25th, 2014|Animals|0 Comments|

Raju’s health status 6 months after rescue

It has been almost 6 months since you made it possible for us to rescue Raju. We wanted to give you an update on how he is doing.
Many of the dozens of wounds that were covering his body have healed. He still has a large one on his

By |December 22nd, 2014|Animals|6 Comments|
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    Three Large Python Snakes Rescued In Last One Week In The Capital

Three Large Python Snakes Rescued In Last One Week In The Capital

by- Suvidha Bhatnagar

The sighting of a giant python at the DND Flyover brought traffic there to a halt. There was mayhem after the unusually large reptile was spotted on the bridge. The Wildlife SOS 24 hour rescue helpline 9871963535 was flooded with “distress calls” this week. In this week alone, Wildlife SOS came to

By |December 18th, 2014|Rescue|0 Comments|

Raju to Remain Free!

When Raju was rescued in July, 2014, his story caught fire and was covered by major news outlets around the world. After 50 years of brutality, and as many as 27 “owners”, Raju was finally free.

But then, just a few short months later, the man from whom we had taken

By |December 5th, 2014|Animals|0 Comments|
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    Endangered Wild Sloth Bear Rescued and Released from Poacher’s Snare by Wildlife SOS and Forest Department

Endangered Wild Sloth Bear Rescued and Released from Poacher’s Snare by Wildlife SOS and Forest Department

In a daring rescue operation,Wildlife SOS team in Bangalore rescued a female sloth bear from poacher’s snare. The two year old bear was trapped in a snare and had injuries. Wildlife SOS received the call from Divisional Forest Officer Karnataka and rushed to Tumkur, Karnataka immediately. The team led by Director-Research & Veterinary Operations-

By |December 4th, 2014|Rescue|0 Comments|

Rescuing India’s 67 Remaining Circus Elephants

PRESS RELEASE

After eradicating the brutal, centuries-old practice of dancing bears in India, Wildlife SOS is now ready to take the first steps toward rescuing all of the remaining 67 circus elephants in India.

In the first phase of this campaign, Wildlife SOS plans to facilitate the rescue of 17 elephants.

Wildlife SOS is launching a fundraising

By |November 24th, 2014|Rescue|1 Comment|

Meet Ashish

Ashish Batura has been a dedicated and invaluable member of the Wildlife SOS team since 2008.  Recently, he relocated to Haryana where he has become the Coordinating Officer for the Elephant Rehabilitation Center.  We recently sat down with him to find out more about his personal experiences working for Wildlife SOS and his work

By |November 17th, 2014|Animals|0 Comments|

14 Ft Python Snake Breaches Air Force Station Security

On a cold November night the Air Force Station in Agra had a surprise visitor who infiltrated the station security quite by accident. Wildlife SOS who runs a Bear Rescue Facility and an Elephant Rehabilitation Center in Agra received a frantic call explaining how the 14 ft python was lying on a high wall

By |November 15th, 2014|Animals|0 Comments|
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Gajraj - The King Of Elephants

Gajraj is finally at the Elephant Conservation and Care Center! He will need immediate medical attention, rehabilitation and lots of care & compassion.
Can you lend a hand to help us give Gajraj all that he deserves?