Seventh family of hoolock gibbons successfully translocated
Russian officials to undergo 10-day training in India
Snakes get a new lease of life in Raipur
Third sub-adult rhino shifted to Manas from CWRC, Kaziranga
Football to help spread awareness in Manas
Prevention of Wildlife Trade Workshop begins in Paro
Two hand-reared rhinos moved to Manas
Hundreds of birds injured during kite- flying festival
Govt of Nagaland felicitates WTI with a Meritorious Service Certificate for the conservation of Amur Falcons.
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Solar energy: A new life for the villagers of Mayodia village
Address by H.E. Lyonpo Yeshey Dorji, H'ble Minister of Agriculture and Forests, Royal Govt of Bhutan
Paro, Bhutan, February 10, 2014:The opening speech of H.E. Lyonpo Yeshey Dorji, H'ble Minister of Agriculture and Forests, Royal Govt of Bhutan at the Opening Ceremony of the 2nd Prevention of Wildlife Trade Workshop organised by IFAW-WTI with DoFPS
15 years... 15 milestones
On the 16th of November last year, WTI quietly celebrated 15 years of existence.
Bhoj farmers reject pesticides to save Sarus cranes
Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh), January 2, 2013: Helping conserve the world’s tallest flying birds, farmers around Bhoj wetlands in Madhya Pradesh – a Ramsar site and an Important Bird Area (IBA), are shifting to organic farming to save sarus cranes from ha
World’s biggest fish tagged in India
Veraval (Gujarat), December 30, 2013: As the year comes to an end, India took another small step towards learning more about the whale shark. An individual was satellite-tagged to learn more about the movement/preferences of the world’s biggest fish.
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.
Van Rakshak Project
Van Rakshak project popularly known as the ‘guardians of the wild project’ was initiated in 2001 to minimize wildlife crime by strengthening and aiding wildlife protectors all over India and also looking after them.
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 organisations, can exchange, share and contribute their knowledge and professional skills to save wildlife in emergency situations as and when a need arises
Animal Action Education Programme
Animal Action Education is the largest animal-focused educational activity in the world and draws participation of millions of children world wide. Organised in 16 countries including India, this years' theme for the AAE programme is 'Cats, Dogs and Us'.
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15 years... 15 milestones
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