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From the Field

Volunteers conduct census for red deer in Dachigam National Park

By Aaliya Mir and Jordan Carlton Schaul Read more »

A wild sloth bear rescued near Agra

By Jordan Carlton Schaul and Vinay Datla Read more »

After 5 years, 3 leopards get a better life

In 2008, a female leopard was trapped in a sugarcane field.  It had been determined that she was a nuisance and she needed to be removed.   To make matters worse, after she was trapped, it was discovered that she was pregnant and ready to give birth. Read more »

My Association with Wildlife

Wildlife SOS has programs working to try and inspire students to both care about wildlife and to take an active role in protecting it.  When we run these programs we of course are always questioning if we are reaching the students and if they are hearing our message.  The following is a letter from one of the students in our program in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.  He is in the 12th Class at the Tyndale Biscoe School. Read more »

96 Hatchlings Race to the Sea

The olive ridley sea turtle is considered to be one of the most abundant sea turtles; however, due to a significant loss in nesting sites and its population, it is now considered endangered. Therefore, a small team from Wildlife SOS put together a project to see what could be done to help the turtle successfully produce hatchlings. Read more »

Two Siblings that Love One Another

By Aaliya Mir

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Founder of Wildlife SOS to speak at TEDx conference


 This is a special announcement.

We are very pleased and proud that Kartick Satyanarayan, one of the founders of Wildlife SOS, will be speaking at the TEDx conference at Delray Beach on May 3rd.  For information about attending this event please apply at

If you are in the area please come and visit us.  We would love to meet you!

Spring campaign launches in Jammu and Kashmir

By Aaliya Mir

Winter is almost coming to an end and spring is arriving quickly.  With the changes of the seasons brings a new hope and a new dawn for the dwindling wildlife in the Jammu and Kashmir area.  Wildlife SOS is all geared up to tackle the challenges of reducing the conflicts that happen between wildlife and people. Read more »

Meet Aaliya, our Education Officer for Kashmir and Jammu

Aaliya Mir is the Education Officer for Wildlife SOS in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.  She leads a team of people working to reduce the amount of human/wildlife conflicts that occurs in the region.  She got started with her work in 2007 when there was a bear burnt alive and dragged through the streets.  This horrifying display of brutality led her to take the initiative to do something to help the threatened and misunderstood wildlife in her community. Read more »

4 Bears Rescued in Anti-Poaching Operation


 In an all night anti poaching rescue operation based on intelligence provided by Wildlife SOS, four young male sloth bears were seized from poachers on the Indo Nepal border. Six persons were arrested by Police and the Forest Department in the night long operation that lasted several hours carried out in the Sahibganj district of Jharkhand. Read more »