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Raju's Life After Rescue

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.

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Wildlife SOS Presents ''Ganpati to Gajah'' in association with Alpana Ahuja and Art Spice Gallery at the Metropolitan Hotel & Spa

by- Suvidha Bhatnagar

Wildlife SOS in alliance with Art Spice at The Metropolitan Hotel and Spa collaborated with Singapore-based artist Alpana Ahuja to host a month long exhibition titled 'Ganpati to Gajah' at Art Spice. Read more »


After fifty long years of being chained and leading a life of suffering, Raju was freed in the early hours of the morning on 4th July 2014 by Wildlife SOS, a Delhi based NGO. For the first time after five decades, he is having his first day of freedom. It is an interesting coincidence that 4th July happens to be America’s independence day! Read more »

Singapore Hosts Art Exhibition Featuring Works of Rescued elephant 'Phoolkali' and Artist Alpana Ahuja

Her Excellency Vijay Thakur Singh lighting the lamp at the exhibition's opening ceremony Read more »

Wildlife SOS reaches 10,000 followers on Twitter!

Four years and over 3,200 tweets later, WSOS now has over 10,000 followers!  Kartick Satyanarayan, who is usually the voice behind the tweets says, “I started tweeting to keep our supporters updated on our daily challenges and triumphs that we encounter in our work to help wildlife. Read more »

"Snakes found near Commonwealth athletes' village" - coverage by BBC

Tom Burridge of the BBC spent the day with our rescue team as they rescued a snake from a Commonwealth Games venue, and then released several snakes back into the wild. 

Please view the video on the BBC website.

"Tiger on the run wreaks havoc in Mathura" - CNN IBN

Wildlife SOS is working to track this tiger in Mathura. The video below is news coverage from CNN-IBN. Or, you can view the video on the CNN IBN website.


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Cobra Snake rescued from Commonwealth Games Tennis stadium

OS rescued a four foot long adult Cobra from inside the Commonwealth Games venue - the RK Khanna Tennis Stadium. According to Harshad - Wildlife  SOS Rescue Team Member, "The SOS call about the snake was received through the Police Control Room at around 2 pm and a rescue team was desptached immediately to Gate No 12 of the stadium. A police constable spotted the cobra going into a sewer. Our team reached there at 2:40 pm and rescued the snake." Read more »

Wildlife SOS helps a blind Elephant to his feet.

Blind elephant survives after being hit by truckWildlife S.O.S’s love affair with elephants seems to be growing each day. Barely a few months after rescuing the beautiful and gentle Champa from a long life of hardship and misery, the WSOS rescue team came to the help of another pachyderm in dire need. Read more »



Activist and film-maker go undercover.

They risk lives and limbs to set traps for trafficking syndicates. Read more »

"Virtual Volunteers" - SPAN Magazine

The current issue of SPAN Magazine (a publication of the US Embassy in New Delhi) features an article about Wildlife SOS.  Here's an excerpt:
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"A Losing Battle" - Open Magazine

In the current issue of Open, author Ninad D. Sheth explores the issue of poaching in India. Co-founder of Wildlife SOS, Kartick Satyanarayan, is quoted in the article. An excerpt:

There are those who think that the only good tiger is a dead tiger.
At least two tigers in Corbett over the past one month and two more just
last week in Ranthambore have been killed by anonymous villagers. They
wanted to get back at the cat for killing their livestock.
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