#101 Corridors

Right Of Passage

From Chilla-Motichur in Uttarakhand to Thirunelli-Kudrakote in Kerala, we’re working to secure 101 elephant corridors across India. Learn how these vital habitat linkages enable the uninterrupted movement of wildlife between larger forest areas, helping secure the future of India’s National Heritage Animal, the Asian elephant.

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Six Elephant Calves Going Wild

Rescued by the Assam Forest Department and IFAW-WTI teams. Hand-raised at CWRC. And now, transported to a pre-release boma in Manas. Six orphaned female elephant calves are on the verge of wild rehabilitation.

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Where the Sarus Sings

Watch this documentary on our Sarus Crane Conservation Project in eastern UP, where we work with the local community to save the iconic sarus and the wetlands that sustain it.

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07 from 2017


As we wiggle our toes in the incoming tides of 2018, here are some highlights from among a range of conservation action activities that we initiated or continued in the year gone by.


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Dren Mo: Living With the Bears

WTI along with the support of ETS through the Local organisation ROOTS Ladakh, initiated a Rapid Action Project in two villages, Hulyal and Mushkow in Drass to address the Human-bear conflict and...

Where the Sarus Sings

Since 2013, we have sought to involve local communities in eastern Uttar Pradesh in protecting the iconic sarus crane and the wetlands that sustain it. This short film outlines our community-driven approach to conservation.

Right of Passage-2005

The publication is an outcome of concerted efforts by Wildlife Trust of India, a number of acknowledged elephant experts, officials and NGO's who identified 88 elephant corridors across India, detailing them in a Conservation Reference Series report.

Living with the Wild: Mitigating Conflict between Humans and Big Cat Species in Uttar Pradesh

This Conservation Action Series report outlines a holistic model of conflict mitigation that evolved under Wildlife Trust of India’s Terai Tiger Project.

The Gaj Yatra: New Delhi Launch

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.

Photo Of The Week

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

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Rapid Action Projects

The concept of a Rapid Action Project – one of WTI’s oldest initiatives – owes its genesis to the realisation that wildlife in India is plagued by innumerable threats that require an immediate response.
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The RoadWatch Mobile App

Our wildlife roadkill monitoring app has been launched and is available for download on the Google Play Store!
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March of the Elephants

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.

Right of Passage [2nd Edition]

Our definitive publication on the 101 elephant corridors mapped across India is out! Learn more and download a pdf here.

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