Landmark SC judgment to clear Corbett TR of encroachment
Lone female wild buffalo gives birth to yet another male
eeting the media
Sixth family of eastern hoolock gibbons shifted to Mehao WLS
Dhamlej explodes in colour for Whale Shark Day 2013
Dhamlej, December 3, 2013: It takes a fishing village to save a fish.
Remarkable turnaround: No Amur falcon hunted in Doyang roosting site so far this season
Wokha, November 5, 2013: Over a month since the migratory Amur falcons’ arrival in Nagaland, not a single bird has been killed in their roosting site in Doyang Reservoir, reports the Amur Falcon Protection Squad (AFPS).
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.
Rapid Action Projects
One of WTI’s longest-running initiatives, Rapid Action Projects (RAPs), seeks to tackle conservation issues of urgent and critical need. Its primary objective is to respond quickly to wildlife emergencies in India by extending all-round help to wildlife in distress.
Emergency Relief Network
The Emergency Relief Network is an association of people across the country who have the skills to rehabilitate wildlife in distress. This team of trained rehabilitators, volunteers and organizations, can exchange, share and contribute their knowledge and professional skills to save wildlife in emergency situations as and when a need arises.
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