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Thoughts On Tiger Conservation In India

B K Singh, Senior Advisor Wildlife SOS & Retired Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Head of Forests Force) Karnataka    

As a ‘flagship’ species, the protection of tigers in the wild is made all the more vital by the fact that their protection in turn will protect the habitat they live in and by

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    Meet Our Co-Founders In London At An Event From August 3-6, 2017

Meet Our Co-Founders In London At An Event From August 3-6, 2017

Conservation efforts by Wildlife SOS will be highlighted at a spectacular upcoming charity event ‘This is Our World’ by Art World Conservation (AWC) with Born Free and IFAW as its charity partners. The event aims to educate, inspire and inform people from all walks of life about the natural world and about how man

Team WSOS Conducts Awareness Workshop On World Snake Day

A group of snake-lovers and wildlife enthusiasts, which gathered in Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary, New Delhi, were thrilled to have three unexpected visitors accompanied with the Wildlife SOS team on Sunday morning. The group of snake enthusiasts and students studying wildlife conservation had assembled for an awareness workshop on the occasion of World Snake

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    Maharashtra FD & Wildlife SOS Conduct Leopard Awareness Program & Plantation Drive

Maharashtra FD & Wildlife SOS Conduct Leopard Awareness Program & Plantation Drive

The Maharashtra Forest department in association with the Manekdoh Leopard Rescue Centre conducted a leopard awareness and plantation drive at Modern English School at Belha village, approximately 40 kilometres away from Junnar. The program was a part of the State-wide week long plantation drive being held to encourage awareness about conservation of environment and

In Loving Memory of Julee

February signals the end of the painfully cold winter, with the gentle warmth of spring gradually ebbing its way through the cities that dot the north Indian plains. For sloth bear Julee, slowly making her own way through the dusty bylanes of the city of Agra, the changing weather was coinciding with a huge

Bear Of The Month: Odom!

Starved, abused and forced to live the agonising life of a dancing bear, Odom was confined to a life of exploitation and brutality, for nearly nine years. In 2009, he was rescued from a Kalandar family in Bellari, Karnataka and has been living under the care of the Wildlife SOS veterinarians at the Bannerghatta Bear

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    Gajraj’s Rescue Journey To Our Elephant Conservation & Care Center!

Gajraj’s Rescue Journey To Our Elephant Conservation & Care Center!

BREAKING NEWS!

Gajraj, the 70 year old bull whose name literally means ‘the king of the elephants’ has finally been rescued! As he makes his journey from Aundh to reach the Wildlife SOS’ Elephant Conservation and Care Center in Mathura along with our expert paramedics and rescue team, it will take them a couple of days

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    Awareness & Training Programs For Villagers & Zoology Students In Maharashtra

Awareness & Training Programs For Villagers & Zoology Students In Maharashtra

Wildlife SOS firmly believes that education and awareness is the key to the sensitization of people to wake them up to the plight of the fast depleting wildlife wealth of India. For this reason, the organization regularly conducts awareness and training programs for villages, students and forest officials. Two such programs were held recently

Act Now Before It’s Too Late; Endangered Species Day!

For millions of years, the earth has survived through a series of careful checks and balances that it carefully implements to allow all life on it not just to survive, but to thrive. With natural changes and shifts in climate and land structure, the myriad of lifeforms on the Earth adapt alongside, surviving these

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    Wildlife SOS Provides Training To Nagpur Veterinary College Students

Wildlife SOS Provides Training To Nagpur Veterinary College Students

Wildlife SOS held a one day training workshop for a group of final year students from Nagpur Veterinary College at the Manekdoh Leopard Rescue Centre in Junnar, Maharashtra.
Keeping in mind, the current paucity of veterinarians specializing in wild animals, Wildlife SOS aims to train the new generations of veterinarians in this aspect of dealing

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