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    Lost Leopards Cubs Reunited With Mother After Getting Separated In Sugarcane Field!

Lost Leopards Cubs Reunited With Mother After Getting Separated In Sugarcane Field!

Every year, the onset of the harvest season brings about the unavoidable encounter with leopards and leopard cubs that have sought refuge in the tall dense sugarcane fields in the state of Maharashtra. Due to a variety of factors including deforestation, habitat encroachment and poaching, leopards are continuously forced to leave their forested homes

Spreading Leopard Awareness Across Maharashtra

It has been a busy month for the Wildlife SOS team at the Manikdoh Leopard Rescue Center in Junnar, Maharashtra. As part of an on-going collaborative initiative by the Forest Department & Wildlife SOS, our team led by Dr. Ajay Deshmukh has been conducting leopard awareness programs across various schools and villages in Maharashtra.

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    Leopard Cubs Rescued From Killer Well & Reunited With Mother

Leopard Cubs Rescued From Killer Well & Reunited With Mother

Just weeks after a sambar deer was rescued from a 12 foot deep uncovered well near Junnar, our team at the Manikdoh Leopard Rescue Center received word about a similar incident in Gatwadi village located in Otur.

The victims this time were two leopard cubs had the misfortune of falling into a nearly 15 foot

By |January 22nd, 2018|Animals, Rescue|0 Comments|
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    Training Workshop On Leopard Rescues For The Maharashtra Forest Department At MLRC

Training Workshop On Leopard Rescues For The Maharashtra Forest Department At MLRC

A few weeks ago, our team based out of the Manikdoh Leopard Rescue Center in Junnar conducted a training workshop for foresters and forest guards of the Maharashtra Forest Department. The workshop focused on carrying out leopard rescue operations and was attended by over 60 officers from the neighbouring ranges of Junnar, Ottur, Ghodegaon,

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    Sambar Deer Rescued From A 12 Foot Deep Water Tank In Junnar

Sambar Deer Rescued From A 12 Foot Deep Water Tank In Junnar

Time and again, we have come across incidents that shed light on the dangers of open wells and uncovered water tanks near buffer areas- marking the transition between forested regions and human habitation. Earlier this week, we witnessed yet another case where a female Sambar deer was found trapped inside a nearly 12 foot

By |January 13th, 2018|Animals, Rescue|0 Comments|

Eight-Week-Old Leopard Cubs Reunited with Mother in Junnar

With the onset of harvest season in the state of Maharashtra, it is not uncommon for farmers to be exposed to young leopard cubs taking up shelter in sugarcane fields. In a third incident this month alone, a pair of cubs were discovered by farmers in Ranjani village, located in Junnar district of Maharashtra.

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    Three Leopard Cubs Reunited With Mother in Nashik by Team Wildlife SOS

Three Leopard Cubs Reunited With Mother in Nashik by Team Wildlife SOS

Earlier this week, local farmers in Brahmanwada village, Nashik stumbled upon three tiny leopard cubs huddled together amidst the dense sugarcane fields while harvesting their crops. The cubs were barely old enough to open their eyes and were mewling helplessly for their mother so the farmers called in the Forest Department for help.  It

By |November 23rd, 2017|Animals, Rescue|0 Comments|
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    Lost Leopard Cub Reunited With Mother In Shirur, Maharashtra

Lost Leopard Cub Reunited With Mother In Shirur, Maharashtra

In yet another successful rescue and conservation operation, Wildlife SOS in collaboration with the Maharashtra Forest Department managed to reunite a young cub with its mother on the outskirts of Sablewadi village in Shirur. So far Wildlife SOS has been able to reunite 40 lost or injured cubs with their mothers, and in the

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    Wildlife Week Celebrations with School Children In Maharashtra

Wildlife Week Celebrations with School Children In Maharashtra

India celebrates its Wildlife Week from 2nd to 8th of October every year with a view to preserve India’s precious wildlife and to create awareness about the various threats and challenges it faces. India has a very unique wildlife wealth spread out throughout its length and breadth with many a species endemic or the

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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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