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Wildlife SOS Hits Los Angeles!

On Saturday, November 4, Wildlife SOS took the City of Angels by storm for our first annual Tusk After Dusk extravaganza at Hollywood’s historic Avalon theater. The lively, sold-out event was a big success, with a great cast of writers, directors, actors, musicians, lawmakers, and, of course, our very own cofounder Kartick Satyanarayan helping

In Memory of Mohan

Our journey with Mohan started long before he arrived at the Elephant Conservation and Care Center. For more than a year, his hunched figure, weak and emaciated, had been in the middle of our most complicated and controversial rescue operations — and the fierce legal battle that accompanied them. After a volatile mob thwarted

By |October 31st, 2017|Animals, Elephants, Rescue|0 Comments|
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    Wildlife Week Celebrations with School Children In Maharashtra

Wildlife Week Celebrations with School Children In Maharashtra

India celebrates its Wildlife Week from 2nd to 8th of October every year with a view to preserve India’s precious wildlife and to create awareness about the various threats and challenges it faces. India has a very unique wildlife wealth spread out throughout its length and breadth with many a species endemic or the

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    Kartick Satyanarayan Speaks At The Environmental Summit During Samsara Fest

Kartick Satyanarayan Speaks At The Environmental Summit During Samsara Fest

Wildlife SOS Co-Founder, Kartick Satyanarayan was recently invited to participate at the RoundGlass Samsara Festival in Bangalore hosted by celebrated Grammy ® Award winning Music Composer and Conservationist Ricky Kej. The week-long International festival aimed at drawing attention to the rising ecological crises. The Festival focused on creating a dialogue surrounding Climate Change, Conservation

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    Join Us for Tusk of the Town in Salt Lake City, Utah, featuring the exhibit “Midnight In Mathura”!

Join Us for Tusk of the Town in Salt Lake City, Utah, featuring the exhibit “Midnight In Mathura”!

 

Join us for Tusk of the Town in Salt Lake City on November 10, 2017, at Sugar Space!

Tickets on sale NOW! It will be an evening of live music, refreshments, Kalandar tribal crafts, and the inaugural debut of our photo exhibit “Midnight in Mathura: Inside a Late-Night

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    Cleanliness Drive for Habitat Protection in Jammu and Kashmir

Cleanliness Drive for Habitat Protection in Jammu and Kashmir

The menace of littering and dumping of garbage and waste in the Protected Wildlife Areas has become one of the significantly attributing factors to the problem of man- wild animal conflict, especially in Jammu and Kashmir. Wild animals, especially Asiatic black bears and brown bears have been most common species caught in this conflict and

Wildlife Week Celebrations At The Agra Bear Rescue Facility

India celebrates Wildlife Week from 2nd to 8th October every year to raise awareness about the subject among people. Wildlife SOS celebrated this week with great enthusiasm hosting events and educational visits at the Agra Bear Rescue Facility in Uttar Pradesh. The subject of wildlife conservation is increasingly gaining ground in India and the

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    Wildlife SOS & WII Organize Wildlife Management Workshop For Uttarakhand Forest Officers

Wildlife SOS & WII Organize Wildlife Management Workshop For Uttarakhand Forest Officers

Recently, Wildlife SOS and the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) organised an exposure visit and orientation workshop for veterinary officers of the Uttarakhand Forest Department. This was part of a ten day long field trip for officer trainees undergoing training in wildlife management, medical care, human-wildlife conflict mitigation and managing wild animals in distress.

The

Bear Of The Month: Michael Oreo

Michael Oreo was only three years old when he and three other sloth bears were rescued in an anti-poaching operation carried by Wildlife SOS in Jharkhand in 2013. The poachers were attempting to sell the bears in Nepal where the barbaric practice of ‘dancing bears’ is still legal. Deprived of a nutritious and healthy

By |October 10th, 2017|Animals, sloth bears|0 Comments|

Q & A For The 19 Wild Elephants In Chhattisgarh Project

1.)  How will putting on collars help reduce the conflict and keep the elephants safe?
Putting satellite collars on the elephants allows our team of trackers to more effectively track the elephants’ movements and map out their behaviour. This allows us to predict potential conflict before it occurs, and provide an early warning to the

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