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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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    Training Workshop For Regional Forest Officer Trainees at MLRC

Training Workshop For Regional Forest Officer Trainees at MLRC

The Telangana State Forest Officer Academy at Dulapally, Hyderabad has decided to include visit and training at the Wildlife SOS Manekdoh Leopard Rescue Centre as a part of its two year training curriculum. This is owing to the efficient management and mitigation of the Man-Leopard conflict in the region by Wildlife SOS and the

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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

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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

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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

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    2 Year Old Leopard Rescued From A 60ft Well In Madhya Pradesh

2 Year Old Leopard Rescued From A 60ft Well In Madhya Pradesh

As the sun began to fade over Goharganj district of Madhya Pradesh, a group of children from Karakwadi village were returning home after spending the afternoon playing in the fields. They were suddenly interrupted by loud and distressed roars, echoing from deep within a neighboring well. Left in a state of panic, the children

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

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    Uncovered Wells Spell Doom for Leopards in Maharashtra; Sign Our Petition

Uncovered Wells Spell Doom for Leopards in Maharashtra; Sign Our Petition

Leopards in Maharashtra are increasingly falling prey to uncovered wells around forest areas. The buffer areas which mark the transition between forested regions and human habitation are dotted with uncovered wells which often prove to be fatal traps for the leopards and other species that slip and fall into them after dark.

The startling increasing

Training Programme for Forest Department recruits at MLRC

The Maharashtra Forest Department recently organised a training program for their new recruits at the Manikdoh Leopard Rescue Center, run by Wildlife SOS in Junnar. The program was attended by 140 young officials who were accompanied by Deputy Conservator of Forests Junnar Mr.  A. P. Mhase, RFO Jayavant Pisal and ACF Mr. Yuvraj Mohite.

Wildlife SOS

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    Missing Leopard cubs happily reunited with mother in Maharashtra!

Missing Leopard cubs happily reunited with mother in Maharashtra!

As dawn broke over Somatwadi village, located a few kilometers away from the bustling city of Pune, seasonal farmers woke up to another busy day harvesting their sugarcane crops. Around the same time, a mother leopard decided to venture out to the neighboring forest to hunt while leaving her young off-springs hidden safely amidst

By |February 17th, 2017|Animals, Rescue|0 Comments|
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