Tag Archives: WTI

She who is brave, is free!!

On International Women’s Day, we felt it timely to celebrate the increasingly important role played by women in the conservation sector as researchers, vets, field staff. See a few snapshots of our fearless vet Disha Sharma while at work. Like and share to encourage their efforts and appreciate many such […] Read more »

HAWK’s eye- Watching over poachers!

Trivandrum, Kerala : Poaching and trade of wildlife especially that commands high-price has always been a major challenge faced by conservation and enforcement agencies across the world. The network of wildlife crime is well organised and that makes it difficult to deal without proper intelligence gathering, operation planning, and prosecution of […] Read more »

30 vultures soar free back to the wild

Treated for poisoning, 30 vultures were released back to the wild in Sivsagar, Assam Demow, Sivsagar, Assam: In late March 2019, a rescue call for 66 vultures impacted by poisoning came in from Netaipukhuri area of Demow in Sivsagar district. Wildlife Trust of India team from centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation […] Read more »

International Whale Shark Conference, Mar 14-15, 2019

Gandhinagar : Wildlife Trust of India recently organised a regional conference to develop whale shark conservation action plans and management framework along the Arabian Sea region. Mahatma Mandir at Gandhinagar saw an aggregation of experts on science, conservation and law enforcement forums from countries along the Arabian Sea and the […] Read more »

Female bear cub radio-collared for release in the wild

The female bear cub is radio-collared by Dr Rinku Gohain, the IFAW-WTI veterinarian at the rehabilitation site in Pakke Tiger Reserve in Arunachal Pradesh. It is one of the two cubs that were rescued by the Assam forest department rescue team from a household in Karbi Anglong district of Assam in January 2018. Read more »

TAGS:

,