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Four hand-reared elephant calves shifted to Manas

Poisioned vultures treated and released in Kaziranga

Leopard skin and nails seized in Maharastra

Exposure visit to Kaziranga by members of Nagaland's Wokha community

The hunter and the hunted...

Notorious poacher Sansar Chand reported dead


 Seventh family of hoolock    gibbons successfully    translocated

Snakes get a new lease of life in Raipur

Third sub-adult rhino shifted to Manas from CWRC, Kaziranga


FEATURED Stories
New Delhi, April 24, 2014: Mark Shand, Founder of UK-based charity Elephant Family, and a close friend of the WTI family, passed away yesterday following an unfortunate accident at an event hosted to raise funds for wildlife conservation in New York. Read more
Patna (Bihar), April 19, 2014: Six captive-bred gharials (Gavialis gangeticus) were satellite-tagged and released in the River Gandak, bordering Valmiki Tiger Reserve, Bihar, as part of the restocking of this critically-endangered reptile in the wild Read more
FEATURED PROJECTS
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.
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 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.
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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
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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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