From the Field
Thu, 2014-10-30 03:50 | by Nikki
By Roohi Sahay
Wildlife SOS celebrated a Wildlife Week in collaboration with the Madhya Pradesh Forest Department at the Van Vihar National Park, Bhopal, from October 1 to October 7, 2014; an effort by the Delhi based non-charity organization to sensitize the people of Bhopal about the diverse wildlife they co-exist with. Read more »
Wed, 2014-10-29 06:08 | by Nikki
By- Suvidha Bhatnagar
The wild female sloth bear was captured by the Karnataka Forest Department from Tumkur Division, Yelanadu, C.N.Halli, and was received at Bannerghatta bear rescue center on 26th August 2014 along with her baby cub, a victim of the human animal conflict so prevalent in this area she was found. Found in a pit near a farm, sedated and brought back to BBRC, she was in a deeply traumatized state, a deep wound on the left forearm region and swelling on the right hind limb was giving her a great deal of pain although the necessary treatment was given on that day. Read more »
Mon, 2014-10-27 08:43 | by Kate
Tell us who you are and how you started working with Wildlife SOS? My name is Steve Koyle and I’m the Senior Elephant Keeper at the Phoenix Zoo. I’ve been working with elephants for almost 13 years. I had the honor of meeting Kartick and Geeta three years ago at an elephant conference in Oakland, CA. I became inspired by the work of Wildlife SOS and soon after traveled to India to volunteer with Wildlife SOS. Read more »
Mon, 2014-10-27 07:57 | by Kate
Raju's case was not listed today at Allahabad High Court but is now likely to be heard on the 3rd of November. We understand that you might be frustrated with the delays but we request you to kindly understand that there isn't anything we can do to control this. Our lawyers are confident and ready for the case whenever it is finally heard!
Wed, 2014-10-08 23:01 | by Nikki
For Raju, a new life of freedom began after 50 years of cruelty, when he was rescued by Wildlife SOS and brought to the Elephant Conservation and Care Center, Mathura in Uttar Pradesh. Initially shy and weak, it took him a few weeks to familiarize himself with the surroundings and realize that he could roam around free without spiked anklets around his legs.
Fri, 2014-10-03 22:04 | by Nikki
WE just got word that there is an elephant by the name of Lilly that needs our help . She has been confiscated by the forest department. We don't know a lot about her right now. We do know that she is about 35 years old and she has been exploited as a begging elephant. The person who had illegal posession of her has apparently confessed to illegally keeping her and he is now in jail We are grateful to the forest department for their work in enforcing the Elephant Welfare Law. We are currently raising the funds necessary to shift her to our facility and begin her rehab process. More information on Lilly is soon to follow.
Sat, 2014-09-20 04:31 | by Nikki
By: Roohi Sahay Read more »