Rescued from the floodwaters in Kaziranga in July 2016. Hand-raised at CWRC. And now, transported to a pre-release boma in Manas. Three orphaned rhino calves are on the verge of wild rehabilitation.
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WTI CEO Vivek Menon on a journey to highlight the plight of elephants and point to solutions that would afford them their Right of Passage.
Our Human-Wildlife Conflict Mitigation App has been undergoing field testing during the Sabarimala pilgrimage in Kerala! Know more here >>
Our definitive publication on the 101 elephant corridors mapped across India is out! Learn more and download a pdf here.
The Secret Lives of Indian Mammals is a one-of-a-kind wildlife guide for children. Available now at a special launch price of Rs 300. Visit our shop and order now!
This short film outlines the successful translocation of 17 eastern swamp deer in February this year under our Eastern Swamp Deer Conservation Project.
A rhino calf, barely a few weeks old, was rescued from floodwaters in Kaziranga by an IFAW-WTI Mobile Veterinary Service unit and brought to CWRC.
A comprehensive listing of India's 101 elephant corridors as listed and mapped by elephant experts in consultation with all state forest departments that are part of elephant range in the country.
At a time when our forests are increasingly fragmented and degraded and the tide of human-wildlife conflict keeps rising, WTI presents these easily to deploy, field proven conflict mitigation solutions.
The Gaj Yatra, WTI and IFAW's mega-campaign to secure the future of India's wild elephants, got underway in New Delhi. Glimpses from the launch event.
From Ladakh to Kunhimangalam, from hungry tigers to goats on the edge, to endangered turtles: the best photographs from across our several field projects, and beyond