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Sloth bear cub trapped in a snare, rescued and released.

 In the early hours of 3rd December 2012, Wildlife SOS team in Bangalore headed by Dr Arun A Sha received an SOS call from the DFO Tumkur Read more »

Our 24/7 Wildlife Rescue Program

two cobras It isn’t easy to run a 24 hour rescue program; it is even more daunting in a city like Delhi.   Many might believe in a city with millions of people that there wouldn’t be much wildlife.  However, that isn’t the case.   Therefore, Wildlife SOS is here to help when people and wildlife unexpectedly collide.
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Bear conference to address threats to bears in India

In 2009, Wildlife SOS along with an international NGO coalition was able to bring an effective end to the dancing bear trade in India.  However, other threats to bears in India remain.  Read more »

Leopard Cubs Rescued then Reunited

Read the newspapers story about 3 rescued cubs who were reunited with their mother.


http://epaper.dnaindia.com/story.aspx?edorsup=Sup&ed_code=820040&ed_page=5&boxid=13037&id=31141&ed_date=11/04/2012


 

Titli -The Bell Ringer

By Vinay Datla Read more »

Cantaloupes and Footballs

By Sharon St. Joan  Read more »

Dr. Raja Presents Scientific Papers in Thailand

Dr. Ilayaraja recently attended the ‘Asian Meeting on Zoo and Wildlife Medicine/Conservation’ in Bangkok, Thailand.  He presented several veterinary papers on some medical findings Wildlife SOS has made with treating rescued ‘dancing bears’ and elephants.  The papers included the wound healing of a severely injured and malnourished elephant, as well as two case studies on sloth bears, one diagnosed with a rare eye pathology and another diagnosed with Trichobezoar (hairball).  Dr. Read more »

Up Close and Personal with Dr. Yaduraj- Part 2

This is part 2 of the interview with Dr. Yaduraj.


5.)  Tell us about a typical day for you. Read more »

Up Close and Personal with Dr. Yaduraj- Part 1

Working with elephants is a dream that many people have.  But what is it really like to work with an animal that can weigh more than five tons or 5,000 kg?  We bring you our 4th interview in a series that we are doing on the people who make the work of Wildlife SOS possible.  This one is with Dr. Yaduraj, who is the Senior Wildlife Veterinary Officer, for Wildlife SOS.  He is well known for his magic touch, patience and compassion that he employs when working with rescued animals. Read more »