Tag Archives: Wild Rescue & Rehabilitation

Six Orphaned Asian Elephant Calves, Hand-raised at CWRC, Moved to Manas National Park for Rehabilitation

Manas National Park, Assam, March 21, 2018: Six orphaned female elephant calves that had been hand-raised at CWRC; the wildlife rescue, treatment and rehabilitation facility jointly run by Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and the Assam Forest Department near Kaziranga National Park – have been translocated to Manas National Park, where they will be acclimatised and eventually rehabilitated back to the wild. . Read more »

Western Assam MVS Helps Rehabilitate Two Rescued Leopard Cats Back to the Wild

The leopard cats being transported to the release site in the forests of Bhumeshwar Pahar Charaikhola, Bodoland Territorial Area District, November 6, 2017: Working in concert with the Assam Forest Department, IFAW-WTI’s Western Assam Mobile Veterinary Service (MVS) unit, established under the Greater Manas Recovery Project, successfully rehabilitated two rescued […] Read more »