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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

Meet Shubham, An Integral Part Of Our Kalandar Program.

Shubham has worked with Wildlife SOS for about two years now, assisting Rakhee Sharma with the Kalandar Rehabilitation Program. He can always be seen happily trotting from one state to another distributing school supplies and spreading smiles amongst the Kalandar families. We thought we’d talk to him to find out a little bit more

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    US Ambassador To India, Mr. Richard Verma & Family, Visits Wildlife SOS Centers

US Ambassador To India, Mr. Richard Verma & Family, Visits Wildlife SOS Centers

The United States Ambassador to India, Mr. Richard Verma, and his wonderful family stopped by the Agra Bear Rescue Facility and Elephant Conservation and Care Centre on Sunday to spend an entire day with the rescued animals on site.
The Ambassador and his family started their visit by meeting the staff at the Agra Bear

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    Nature Camp With Students Of St. Pauls International Academy

Nature Camp With Students Of St. Pauls International Academy

Wildlife SOS in collaboration with St. Pauls International Academy, Sonwar, Srinagar organized a 3 days nature study camp from 28th to 30th August 2015 at Aru wildlife sanctuary. About 27 girls from grade 4th to 10th participated in the nature camp which was set at the beautiful picturesque Heart of the mountains of Lidder

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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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    Toledo Zoo Lends A Helping Hand To Wildlife SOS’ Elephants

Toledo Zoo Lends A Helping Hand To Wildlife SOS’ Elephants

At Wildlife SOS, the welfare of the animals we rescue is our topmost priority, and we assign immense value to our dedicated veterinary staff, that works hands on with our animals to help them recover from their past traumas and learn to trust people again. Skilled, dedicated veterinarians with open hearts and ready hands

Thank You To Our Fabulous Fundraisers!

When Wildlife SOS rescued Raju the elephant from fifty years of abuse as a working elephant, the response we got from the rest of the world was completely unexpected. With the rescue video going viral and Raju’s heartbreaking story touching lives everywhere, the love and support that poured in from around the world was

Snakes in the City: Workshop at the Natural History Museum

Earlier this month, Wildlife SOS team member Bindia was invited to the National Museum of Natural History, Delhi, to talk about snakes in the city. The workshop was organized by the Ministry of Environment and Forests as part of a summer camp for students from various schools ranging from the sixth to the ninth

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    A Week with Wildlife SOS: The Chinmaya School Volunteers at our centers!

A Week with Wildlife SOS: The Chinmaya School Volunteers at our centers!

A group of thirteen students from the Chinmaya International School volunteered at Wildlife SOS’ Agra Bear Rescue Facility and Elephant Conservation and Care Centre for a week towards the end of the last month. The students had at least two things in common- they were all from the twelfth standard and were incredibly passionate

The Nutty Caravan Hits the Road for Home

Great news! The Nut Herd is currently on the road to their permanent home at our center in Mathura. When we rescued the four elephants from the Moonlight Circus in early April, their mental and physical health status was poor, so we decided to let them recuperate a bit before transporting them the 1400

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