Wildlife SOS recognizes that human caring and understanding is crucial to saving wild animals and protecting the habitats they need to survive. Therefore, Wildlife SOS puts a large emphasis on conservation education. We work in both rural and urban communities to educate people about the surrounding environment and the animals. Education takes many forms, from showing people the little things they can do to help the environment to techniques for avoiding human wildlife conflicts.
Wildlife SOS also runs weekend workshops for young people who visit the Agra Bear Rescue Facility, nestled in the Sur Surovar Bird Sanctuary.
As one young visitor who spent a weekend visiting the facility wrote:
"This was such an educational visit. It made us all feel so responsible towards the wildlife and environment that surround us. We were different people after this visit."
The young person went on to write "...we finally left with fond memories and wild stories. Eager to get home and spread the word about what we had learnt, yet reluctant to leave. We are now changed people - determined to make an effort to help protect and conserve wildlife."