Amur falcons welcomed again in Nagaland; villages renew pledge to save them!
Accidental Insurance given to Section Officer injured while mitigating human-elephant conflict
Forest Rangers in Bhutan undergo refresher training on wildlife crime
Minister Launches Manual on Humane Training of Elephant Calves in Kerala
Another orphan male elephant calf admitted to CWRC
Protection of gaurs in Niligiri Biosphere Reserve
PRT training for conflict mitigation in Uttar Pradesh
Weaving stories and spinning yarns to bring back Manas
Tharu women undergo training to adopt green livelihoods
Fifth edition of the Student Conference on Conservation Science begins in Bangalore
It’s raining elephant calves at CWRC!
Solar power fences erected in Kerala help mitigate human-elephant conflict
Second elephant calf rescued from the island
Livestock health check up and treatment camp in Uttar Pradesh
2.5 kg Asian elephant ivory and 50 kg antlers/horns seized in; six arrested
Forest Department officials to be trained in Kanpur
School teachers as stakeholders in wildlife conservation
Elephant calf taken for rehab after stranded mother dies
Sixth GTF General Assembly and Second Stocktaking Conference in Dhaka
Elephant calf 'rescued' from Manas; being hand-raised in CWRC
Saving the snakes of Jaipur
Photo of the Week!
Photo: Achintya Tripathi / WTI
Refresher training reinforces steely resolve among Bhutan rangers to combat illegal wildlife trade
Bhutan, October 9, 2014: In Bhutan, as a trainer in the IFAW-WTI Wildlife Crime Prevention Training, Jose Louies writes about the training so far, as well as about the country, its rangers and the organised wildlife crime they fight everyday.
Rescuing and rehabilitating endangered greater one-horned rhinos in Assam
Assam, September 22, 2014: This World Rhino Day we take you behind the scenes on the rhino rescue and rehabilitation programme being run by IFAW-WTI in Assam, with five rhinos already rehabilitated and three ready to return to the wild next year.
In the creation of tiger messengers, change begins now
New Delhi, Sept 3, 2014: Our Animal Action Education programme team was recently invited to give a talk on tigers at a school in the National Capital Region to be a part of their Global Tiger Day celebrations. A story by Sheren Shrestha.
Circle of life in Manas, India: rehabilitated rhinos continue to thrive
Manas, August 16, 2014: Dr Bhaskar Choudhury, Regional Head (Assam) of WTI wrote this blog as he was monitoring the rehabilitated rhinos, now proud mothers in the wild, and fondly remembering being there when they first came in as orphan calves.
Behind the scenes: Mitigating a tiger conflict situation
Bandipur, August 15, 2014: A story by WTI's Regional Head (South India), Jose Louies, behind the scenes of a tiger conflict in Karnataka. Conservation may not have immediate returns, but there are few resolute in their vow to protect the wild.
Mobile Veterinary Services (MVS)
Mobile Veterinary Service (MVS) project is one of the unique efforts of Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) to provide in-situ emergency relief to displaced or distressed wild animals. The project envisages placement of trained and equipped wildlife veterinarians in major protected areas across the country to ensure round-the-clock medical attention to wild animals in need.
Central India Wild Buffalo Conservation Project
The Udanti Wild Buffalo Recovery Project aims to stabilise the wild buffalo population in Udanti Wildlife Sanctuary, Chhattisgarh by implementing a number of ex situ and in situ interventions.
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