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Meet Sonu, Keeper Of The Tuskers

Sonu joined Wildlife SOS seven years ago, when his elephant Rajesh was rescued from the circus and brought to our Elephant Conservation and Care Centre, the first tusker in our care. As part of Wildlife SOS’ holistic approach to conservation and rescue, the elephant’s former mahouts are offered jobs at our centres to not

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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

Wildlife SOS Celebrates World Environment Week

India is a country of 1.3 billion people and with its rapidly increasing density of people per square kilometer typically accompanied by fast paced industrial and infrastructural development, the country’s forests and natural resources is under immense pressure and threat.

In a conscious effort to honor our diverse but fast disappearing natural heritage and to

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    Pregnant Leopard Saved From Drowning, Loses Life To Injuries

Pregnant Leopard Saved From Drowning, Loses Life To Injuries

In an all too familiar scenario in India, that sheds light on the dangers of open wells in villages near forests, the life of another innocent animal was claimed by this growing threat to wildlife in Maharashtra.

Earlier this week, a female leopard ventured into Borwadi village located on the outskirts of Junnar leaving behind

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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    Workshop On Man-Animal Conflict Mitigation For Chhatisgarh Forest Dept.

Workshop On Man-Animal Conflict Mitigation For Chhatisgarh Forest Dept.

Spread across the forested terrains of Central India, Chhattisgarh contains a major part of the sloth bear population of the country.  In recent years, the state has witnessed an increase in incidents of man-animal conflicts, predominantly problems relating to sloth bears.

Animals like elephants, wild boar, nilgai and sloth bears often venture out to the

Team Wildlife SOS At The Snow Carnival In J&K

The Department of Tourism recently organized a grand Snow Carnival in the beautiful valley of Gulmarg in the heart of Baramula district in Jammy and Kasmir, covered with a carpet white snow during the winters. This part of India is picturesque and serene and is best known as the “heartland of winter sports in

Second abandoned Leopard cub found in two months!

Barely two months after an abandoned four month old female leopard cub was rescued in Maharashtra, another mother leopard was forced to abandon its baby in a sugarcane field.  Discovered by the local farmers, the baby leopard was left to fend for itself on the outskirts of Mhalsa kore village in Nashik, Maharashtra.

The neighbouring

Celebrated Musician Lends a Hand to Rescued Sloth Bears!

Earlier this month, we played host to celebrated music producer, composer and conservationist Ricky Kej who paid a brief visit to the Bannerghatta Bear Rescue Center, Bangalore. He has acquired a host of accolades over the years, including a position on the Billboard No. 1 Artist (USA) and a United Nations “Global Humanitarian Artist” Award.

Ricky

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Gajraj - The King Of Elephants

Gajraj is finally on the way to our 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?