Fri, 2013-05-31 02:25 | by Nikki
The Wildlife SOS Anti poaching team "Forestwatch" rescued two young bears from the border state of Bihar that lies on the Indo Nepal border.
Sun, 2013-01-06 10:26 | by vinay
By Samad Kottur
In 2006, Wildlife SOS intiated a project that would conserve bear habitat in the area of karnataka near Ramdurga. This unique habitat was chosen because of its value to protecting sloth bears. It is ideal because the rocky boulders and a scrub jungle that spreads on undulating hill ranges provide shelter and food for the bears. Read more »
Wed, 2012-12-05 13:16 | by vinay
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 »
Thu, 2012-01-26 22:57 | by Anonymous
By Aishuwarya Sudarshan
Our Forest Watch team received a tip off about a few men in a remote district of Dhamtari, Chhattisgarh, who looked suspicious and were snooping around the village holding a parcel that looked a little fishy.
A successful Anti-poaching in the Delhi border results in the arrest of 4 poachers and recovery of 15 deadly jaw traps and wild animal carcassesTue, 2011-01-25 03:36 | by Santosh
Tue, 2010-10-12 06:25 | by Anonymous
The Madhya Pradesh Forest Department runs a Gharial rearing facility at Deori, Dist. Morena, Madhya Pradesh at the Chambal National Sanctuary. The facility acts as a Gharial conservation and education centre. Every year, after the Gharial nesting season is over, the Gharial eggs are collected from the Chambal Sanctuary and incubated and hatched at the above mentioned centre. Read more »
Fri, 2010-07-02 00:42 | by Anonymous
Fri, 2010-06-04 16:40 | by Kate
They tried to run, but they couldn't hide. Eight more dancing bears have been rescued after they were found in Nepal; their owners hiding from authorities.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Read more »
Wed, 2010-03-24 21:09 | by Kate
There are those who think that the only good tiger is a dead tiger.
Fri, 2009-03-13 23:00 | by Jon
In what can be considered a successful conservation effort, Wildlife S.O.S. with help from the Maharashtra Forest Department reunited a 2 week old Leopard cub with his mother in Ottur range of Maharashtra.
Wed, 2009-03-04 00:00 | by Jon
In an operation that spanned over several weeks, the Wildlife S.O.S. - Wildlife Crime Enforcement Unit in Chattisgarh (Central India) worked closely with the Crime Branch of the Chattisgarh Police to arrest a wildlife smuggler and confiscate a leopard skin. Read more »