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Bear Of The Month: Sarasu

Sarasu had spent almost three years tied to the end of a small rope, performing for her master out of fear and pain. Her Kalandar master would drag her from village to village and force her to make dance-like movements for entertaining both children and adults alike.

Things took a different turn for Sarasu when

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    WSOS & Karnataka Forest Dept Join Hands To Instill Wildlife Awareness In School Kids

WSOS & Karnataka Forest Dept Join Hands To Instill Wildlife Awareness In School Kids

Starting from the first week of November, till the last week of March, the Bannerghatta Bear Rescue Center (BBRC) opens its doors to visiting schools from 4-5 districts around Karnataka. This season we had approximately 98 children visit the center, all in 8th or 9th standard. This program is run in partnership with the

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    Founder of ENP, Lek Chailert Visits The Elephant Conservation & Care Center

Founder of ENP, Lek Chailert Visits The Elephant Conservation & Care Center

We set up our Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in Mathura in 2010, as the first and only one of its kind to care for and rehabilitate illegally owned, sick and injured elephants from across the country. One of the inspiring and guiding influences in our journey with elephants has been the indomitable Sangduen

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    Kartick Satyanarayan Speaks On Responsible Eco Tourism At ‘UP Investors Summit 2018’

Kartick Satyanarayan Speaks On Responsible Eco Tourism At ‘UP Investors Summit 2018’

Wildlife SOS co-founders, Kartick Satyanarayan and Geeta Seshamani were recently invited to speak at the ‘Uttar Pradesh Investors Summit 2018’ on responsible eco-tourism.

The two day event held at the Indira Gandhi Pratishthan in Lucknow was inaugurated by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi & Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The summit was conceived with the aim

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    Wildlife SOS Launches Compendium Of 20 Years Of Veterinary Research Publications

Wildlife SOS Launches Compendium Of 20 Years Of Veterinary Research Publications

This year Wildlife SOS achieved a much awaited milestone with the release of a compendium of 20 years of Veterinary Research Publications compiled by our proficient team of veterinarians and biologists. The compendium was launched earlier in March, during the International Sloth Bear Expert Team Meeting in Bangalore hosted by Wildlife SOS in partnership

World Wildlife Day Celebrations At WSOS Centers

This year, World Wildlife Day which is celebrated on 3rd March was centered on the theme “Big Cats: Predators under Threat.”

Keeping the theme in mind, our team at the Manikdoh Leopard Rescue Center and the Chief Conservator of Forests (Pune), Mr. Vivek Khandekar hosted a leopard awareness program for a group of local journalists, who

Bidding Adieu To Our Beloved Nishant Bear

Working with rescued sloth bears that have suffered years of abuse and neglect, over the years, we have witnessed the heart breaking departure of many of our bears – but each loss reinforces that saying goodbye is never truly easy.

Nishant came into our lives in the winter of 2007. Poached from the wild as

Team WSOS Spreads Awareness At The Pahalgam Winter Festival

Last month the Wildlife SOS Team, that is local to the region, was invited to attend the Pahalgam Winter Festival. Pahalgam is located in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, which is well known for its expansive scenic views and is a popular tourist destination. This event was planned by the Tourism Department of

NOTES FROM THE FIELD: Delhi Rescues!

February was a standard month in terms of calls that were received on our 24-hour helpline. There were 96 calls that were received out of which 81 rescues were made. In total, there were 33 birds rescued, along with 21 reptiles and 27 mammals. The most common calls received this month were for pigeons,

NOTES FROM THE FIELD: Agra Rescue!

February has been an action-packed month for our Rapid Response Unit operating out of the Agra Bear Rescue Facility.

They started their month with a daring rescue of a nearly 7 foot long crocodile that had caused quite a stir in Latumai village near Shikohabad. Suspected to have made its way through a canal leading

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