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    Rescued From Flames, Four Leopard Cubs Reunited With Mother.

Rescued From Flames, Four Leopard Cubs Reunited With Mother.

The scrub jungles of Maharashtra have always been ideal leopard habitat, the dry deciduous forest providing the perfect cover for the stealthy cat to lurk in wait of unsuspecting prey- mostly small mammals that abound in the region.

In recent years, however, encouraged by financial incentives, the cultivation of sugarcane in the region has increased.

Rescued Wild Female Sloth Bear Returns for the Third Time!

In a historic one of a kind event, a wild four year old female sloth bear was rescued thrice from the same village in the Bandipur Forest Division in Karnataka. Victim of a human-wildlife conflict, the first two times she was rescued, the villagers were attempting to chase her back into the forest. She

A Dangerous Year for the Nilgais (Blue bull)

Since the start of this year, Wildlife SOS’s 24 hour rescue helpline has been buzzing with distressed calls concerning injured Nilgais almost every day. It is shocking to know that a total of 29 of these beautiful creatures were found wounded till date in different parts of Delhi-NCR just in the last two months.

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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

By |January 31st, 2015|Rescue|0 Comments|
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    Raju’s Health Update Straight From The Elephant Conservation and Care Center, Mathura

Raju’s Health Update Straight From The Elephant Conservation and Care Center, Mathura

Raju is currently in Musth which is a natural and healthy phenomenon in male (bull) elephants. Characterized by heavy secretion of the temporal glands, this also displays increased alertness and often aggressive behavior caused by heightened testosterone. Raju, however continues

By |January 29th, 2015|Rescue|34 Comments|

Swati Bear’s health status after 4 months of rescue

by- Shruti Prabhala

Remember the story of Swati bear? She was a wild sloth bear who was found in a pit along with her baby cub in Central Karnataka. She had a deep wound on her left forearm and multiple gunshot wounds, but the baby was unhurt although traumatized. She was

By |January 27th, 2015|Rescue|1 Comment|

Top 10 Animal Rescues of the Year 2014

This past year has been an eventful one. We have achieved many victories and conducted successful rescue operations in an attempt to conserve wildlife and educate people on how to deal with wildlife encounters. To coexist with wildlife peacefully is a virtue as human development progressively encroaches on wildlife habitat which in

By |January 12th, 2015|Animals, Rescue|0 Comments|

Nilgai Rescued From Baipur

By Shruti Prabhala

It was an eventful day for the Wildlife SOS rescue team in Agra as they received a call from the District Magistrate’s office concerning a Nilgai found in Baipur. Mr. Jagrup Yadav came across a female Nilgai who had met with a severe accident which completely damaged one

By |January 8th, 2015|Rescue|0 Comments|

Young Jackal Rescued From Faridabad.

By Shruti

One morning, a family residing in Faridabad found a visitor resting in their house. A young jackal strayed into their house during the night and found himself trapped inside. They were panic-stricken and quickly called the Wildlife SOS helpline. Upon receiving the call, the Wildlife SOS rapid response team

By |January 6th, 2015|Rescue|0 Comments|
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    An ‘Aww’ Moment- Leopard Mother and Cub reunited after rescue

An ‘Aww’ Moment- Leopard Mother and Cub reunited after rescue

By Shruti
On November 10 2014 at 4pm, Wildlife SOS received a call from Mr. S.N Bansode, a forest officer of the Narayangaon Forest Department, Maharashtra. A local farmer, Mr. Kambale, had come across a 3 month old male leopard cub in his sugarcane field and immediately alerted the Forest Department.

Upon

By |January 6th, 2015|Rescue|0 Comments|
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Gajraj - The King Of Elephants

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