Thu, 2013-08-29 10:37 | by Nikki
Conserving wildlife requires a lot of the traditional methods of setting aside habitat that has minimal human disturbances as well as ensuring that the habitat is not polluted with toxins that can destroy whole ecosystems. Read more »
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 »
Fri, 2012-05-11 21:58 | by Anonymous
By Aishuwarya Sudarshan
Come forth into the light of things, let nature be your teacher- Wordsworth
The himalayan state of Jammu and Kashmir is home to sprawling forests, sadly these forests are rapidly thinning due to biotic pressure caused by population pressure, encroachment, logging and the concrete jungle taking over.
It is heartbreaking to watch, what were once lush green habitat home to numerous wildlife species now becoming sparse forests. Wildlife SOS decided to reintroduce to the students of Kashmir University and the locals of Srinagar, the forests and the goodness of nature.
Sat, 2012-02-11 01:04 | by Anonymous
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Thu, 2010-12-09 01:48 | by Anonymous
Wildlife SOS research co ordinator Usham S. Singh recently presented a paper -“Black bear-human conflict in the Western Himalayan region of Kashmir, India” at the 15th International Forestry and Environment Symposium, held at Colombo, Sri Lanka from 26th-27th November, 2010. The paper was co-authored by Usham Singh, Thomas Sharp, Kartick Satyanarayan and Geeta Seshamani.
Wed, 2009-12-23 00:00 | by Anonymous
Tawny Leopards straying into villages, black bears being burnt alive by locals, and the only Red deer found in India, strewn amongst a high conflict zone: it’s all in one state, and Wildlife SOS is helping out. Read more »