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Bear Of The Month: Kasthuri

Kasthuri was rescued from a Kalandar settlement in West Bengal in 2007. She was only six months old at the time but had already been subjected to immense abuse and cruelty. As part of her indoctrination as a dancing bear, a red hot iron poker was forcibly pierced through her soft muzzle and a

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    Wildlife SOS Co-Founders Win The Prestigious Jeanne Marchig Animal Welfare Award 2017

Wildlife SOS Co-Founders Win The Prestigious Jeanne Marchig Animal Welfare Award 2017

Wildlife SOS co-founders Kartick Satyanarayan and Geeta Seshamani have been awarded the prestigious Jeanne Marchig Animal Welfare Award 2017 for their outstanding and tireless practical work over many years in the field of wildlife conservation, animal welfare and protection. Wildlife SOS was established in 1995 after Kartick and Geeta were inspired to start a

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    Lost Leopard Cub Reunited With Mother In Shirur, Maharashtra

Lost Leopard Cub Reunited With Mother In Shirur, Maharashtra

In yet another successful rescue and conservation operation, Wildlife SOS in collaboration with the Maharashtra Forest Department managed to reunite a young cub with its mother on the outskirts of Sablewadi village in Shirur. So far Wildlife SOS has been able to reunite 40 lost or injured cubs with their mothers, and in the

A Webinar On Wildlife SOS’ 24×7 Rescue Helpline!

How many people do you know who would climb fifty feet into a well to rescue a giant python? Or scale buildings to rescue a bird caught in a wire? Or even come face to face with some of the deadliest snakes in the country to ensure that the reptile gets a chance at

By |November 9th, 2017|Animals, 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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    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

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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    Team WSOS Conducts Conservation Education & Awareness Programs in J&K

Team WSOS Conducts Conservation Education & Awareness Programs in J&K

Wildlife SOS recently conducted an Education and Awareness program on Wildlife Conservation and Mitigation of Man-Animal Conflict in collaboration with the Jammu and Kashmir Wildlife Protection Department (Central Division) for the students of Bemina Degree College and Government Degree college for Science and Commerce. The program was chiefly aimed at the sensitization of young

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    The Heart-Warming Journey Of Neel, The Abandoned Leopard Cub

The Heart-Warming Journey Of Neel, The Abandoned Leopard Cub

Brought in to our Manekdoh Leopard Rescue Centre in Junnar, Maharashtra in February this year, the endearing male leopard Neel is being hand-raised by our team of caregivers and veterinarians. One of the many victims of the human-leopard confrontation situation in Maharashtra, Neel’s mother abandoned him in the agricultural fields of Mhalsa Kore village

By |September 19th, 2017|Animals, Rescue|0 Comments|
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