Wildlife SOS

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    Tax Status: 12A,  80G,  FCRA

Wildlife SOS

H.no, D-210, D Block, 
Defence Colony, 
New Delhi, 
India -110024

Our Mission

Saving India’s endangered wildlife, mitigating man-animal conflict, promoting awareness and education about natural habitat protection.

Work and Achievements

Wildlife SOS has unique expertise in wildlife rehabilitation, animal care, conservation science and research. Our tireless efforts to inspire passion for nature through education, public awareness efforts and creating sustainable solutions, aim at helping protect and conserve India’s natural heritage and biodiversity.

We work on finding sustainable solutions to help mitigate human wildlife conflict while creating alternative livelihoods for erstwhile poacher communities and communities that depend on wildlife for sustenance. Our work also aims at raising awareness about the crucial importance of nature, habitats and wild animals in our ecosystem and educating people about conservation using video documentaries & technology.

Accredited with ending the centuries old barbaric ‘dancing bear’ practice, WSOS operate 10 wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centres across India.

With our headquarters in New Delhi, we extensively work on conservation of fauna that supports thriving wildlife of India through our habitat restoration projects.

Wildlife SOS also runs an anti-poaching & wildlife crime intelligence unit and operates a wildlife rescue hotline in the NCR that works round the clock and respond to over 8000 calls a year about animals in distress.

Additionally, Wildlife SOS emphasizes on the value of ex-situ research in veterinary areas, behavioral studies, reproductive physiology and other fields in collaboration with national and international universities and organisations.

Fund Utilisation Statement

The funds raised by Wildlife SOS will be utilized for the rescue and rehabilitation of Sloth bears in India and anti-poaching efforts to end trafficking of bear cubs.

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