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    Leopard Awareness Program in Various Schools in Shirur District, Maharashtra

Leopard Awareness Program in Various Schools in Shirur District, Maharashtra

As a part of Wildlife SOS’s conservation and awareness initiative program, we work with students of both rural and urban communities to help them recognize the need to protect wildlife species and preserve their natural habitats.
On 20th January, 2016, Dr. Ajay Deshmukh, the senior veterinarian at Wildlife SOS’s Manikdoh Leopard Rescue Centre, in

The Art Of Awareness !

In the drizzle of the rain and the rolling hills of Junnar, the students of the Onkoreshwar Tribal School walk barefoot from their homes to the school, amidst the green jungles of Maharashtra. Living as they do in ideal leopard habitat, the locals are accustomed to the occasional sighting of the sleek, spotted prince

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    Changing Destinies; Education Support To Kalandar Children In Uttar Pradesh

Changing Destinies; Education Support To Kalandar Children In Uttar Pradesh

The excited laughter of children could be heard spilling out of the windows of a white-walled room in the small village of Jalesar in Uttar Pradesh, an hour-and-a-half from Wildlife SOS’ Agra Bear Rescue Facility. Inside, Wildlife SOS’ Kalandar Program Coordinator, Ms. Rakhee Sharma, was surrounded by a group of twenty-two eager young children,

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    A Visit to the United States to Raise Awareness about Wildlife SOS and Wildlife Conservation

A Visit to the United States to Raise Awareness about Wildlife SOS and Wildlife Conservation

The month of February had plenty in store for Wildlife SOS as two of our research biologists from India, Dr. Arun, Director- Research and Veterinary Operations and Mr. Baiju Raj, M. V. Wildlife Biologist, Director Conversation Project were invited to the United States to deliver a talk on Wildlife SOS and its aims &

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    Wildlife SOS Participates in Asian Waterbird Census-2015 and World Wetland Day

Wildlife SOS Participates in Asian Waterbird Census-2015 and World Wetland Day

Every year, thousands of volunteers across Asia and Australia visit wetlands in their country and count waterbirds. This event is called the Asian Waterbird Census (AWC) which is a part of a global waterbird monitoring programme, the International Waterbird Census (IWC), coordinated by Wetlands International.
This year, Wildlife SOS and its volunteers participated

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    Jackal Research & Translocation Project launched by Wildlife SOS and Archeological Survey of India to protect wildlife in Akbar’s Tomb, Agra

Jackal Research & Translocation Project launched by Wildlife SOS and Archeological Survey of India to protect wildlife in Akbar’s Tomb, Agra

by- Shruti Prabhala

In collaboration with Uttar Pradesh Forest Department and Archaeological Survey of India, Wildlife SOS has launched a wildlife research project to study and translocate 30-35 wild jackals from Akbar’s Tomb in Sikandra, Agra to a safe natural habitat. They feel this initiative is essential as several young Black

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