Sun, 2013-01-06 11:26 | 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 »
Fri, 2012-09-07 04:41 | by Anonymous
The environment is the best teacher. She might not be the calmest but she has her way of getting the point across. Wildlife SOS has had more than one tryst with her and we have learnt more than we could’ve any other way. Read more »
Sun, 2011-11-27 13:36 | by Jon
Two sloth bear brothers lived for several years in a small dark room. Thousands of pairs of eyes stared at them for years at a zoo about 300 kilometers from Bangalore.
Fri, 2011-11-25 19:56 | by Jon
A team of about 20 volunteers from our Australian partners (FTB) Free the
Fri, 2011-04-29 22:59 | by Kate
It's hard to believe, but it has been a year since Champa arrived at Elephant Haven. Before being taken in by Wildlife SOS, Champa spent far too many years as a working elephant, and we are so pleased to be able to provide her with a comfortable retirement.
Here are a few details about Champa's new life, as told by Baiju Raj from Wildlife SOS: Read more »
Thu, 2011-02-10 14:44 | by Anonymous
Last summer, Wildlife SOS’ ever vigilant informers at last spotted Bijli, a female elephant we had been tracking since 2009. She had been hit by a speeding vehicle while on the highway and her hind leg had set very badly leaving her with a permanent limp. A small sized gentle girl, Bijli had lived a harrowing life, changing owners frequently, malnutritioned, scrawny and defeated by life’s injustices. Read more »
Sat, 2010-12-11 05:03 | by Anonymous
Wildlife SOS recently received one more "dancing bear" at the Agra Bear Rescue Centre. The bear named “Moksha” meaning “eternal freedom of the soul” was one of the few bears that had been smuggled out of the country by his owner to avoid surrender to or confiscation by the Indian authorities. But after almost a year of hiding in a foreign country and avoiding returning to his family in India, the owner ultimately decided to return to India with the intention of surrendering his animal. Read more »
Thu, 2010-12-09 02:57 | by Anonymous
The Wildlife SOS monkeys can now boast of three new enclosures thanks to Fondation Brigitte Bardot.
Fri, 2010-11-05 21:20 | by Kate