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yesterday at 22:51. Facebook
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Wildlife S.O.S
yesterday at 10:51. Facebook
#FoodOnABoat
Did you know our #AgraBearRescueFacility is spread across a vast area of forested land, with the Yamuna river running in-between and the most efficient way to take fruits for the bears across to the other bank is with the help of a boat.
We're extremely grateful to our boatman, Dharma who is always happy to row across no matter what the weather!
Wildlife S.O.S
yesterday at 06:17. Facebook
#Shivani was just 3 months old when she was discovered from a sugarcane field in Belha Village, Maharashtra, in 2009. Possibly separated from her mother, the tiny helpless cub was alone, starving and unprotected when we brought her into our care. The day of her rescue, this unlucky cub lost a paw to an unfortunate accident- forcing her to adapt to life with just three limbs. But, under the...
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Wildlife S.O.S
02/20/2017 at 22:17. Facebook
Question of the week: Should circuses be allowed to use elephants for entertainment? Approximately 50 elephants still work for various circuses in India. Suzy, pictured below, was one of them until you helped us rescue her two years ago.

Do you think circuses should be allowed to use elephants for entertainment and profit? Please take our survey at the link below and give us your thoughts!


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Wildlife S.O.S
02/20/2017 at 09:56. Facebook
The #WildlifeSOS Rapid Response Team rescued a sick #Kite who was unable to fly from Janpath, New Delhi. The bird is currently being treated and will eventually be released back into its natural habitat once she recovers.
If you come across any wild bird in distress in Delhi, please call the Wildlife SOS #Helpline Mobile +91-9871963535
Wildlife S.O.S
02/20/2017 at 04:30. Facebook
Meet Goldie, our #BearOfTheMonth!
Starved, abused and forced to live the agonizing life of a dancing bear before he was rescued by team #WildlifeSOS from Jharkhand. Goldie is now a healthy 9 year old, residing at the #AgraBearRescueFacility, who is a delight to watch lazying on his comfy hammock! Learn more about him here; [ Wildlifesos.org Link ]
Wildlife S.O.S
02/19/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
#VideoOfTheDay
We caught our rescued pachyderms, Chanchal and Laxmi busy massaging their faces against a mud pile while out for a walk at the #ElephantConservationandCareCenter, Mathura.
Happy Sunday!
Wildlife S.O.S
02/19/2017 at 04:30. Facebook
Team #WildlifeSOS led by Aaliya Mir in Jammu & Kashmir recently conducted a workshop on Man-Animal Conflict Mitigation for the staff and students of Dept Of Envt. Sciences, Government Degree College Bemina in Srinagar. Follow the link to read more about the event; [ Wildlifesos.org Link ]
Wildlife S.O.S
02/18/2017 at 21:50. Facebook
We now have a monthly Huffington Post blog. Be sure to check out this month's blog here! [ Huffingtonpost.com Link ]
Wildlife S.O.S
02/18/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
We're spreading awareness about one of the world's most endangered animals, Pangolins!
The biggest threat to this specie today is illegal, commercial hunting. With a growing demand for its body parts in the international market, this unique wildlife species is being pushed towards extinction at an alarming rate.
Read about our anti-poaching efforts that led to seizing several kilos of Pangolin...
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Wildlife S.O.S
02/18/2017 at 05:17. Facebook
Manali was rescued in 2007 as a young #slothbear from the Kalandar community in Agra. At the time of her rescue, Manali was undernourished and severely dehydrated.
After a lot of treatment and care from the #WildlifeSOS staff, she is now a healthy and joyful 11 year old bear who is charming and very naughty. The most wonderful thing about Manali is her beautiful friendship with the bears,...
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Wildlife S.O.S
02/17/2017 at 10:30. Facebook
It's time to learn some #FridayFacts about the #RoufusTreepie;
1. Rufous Treepie (Dendrocitta vagabunda) is the largest and by far the most common resident Treepie found in the Indian Subcontinent and adjoining parts of Southeast Asia.
2. These Treepies look a lot like Magpies in shape and belong to Crow family in general. The head, neck and breast are brown sometimes grey, while the...
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Wildlife S.O.S
02/17/2017 at 06:18. Facebook
Two #Leopard cubs, barely 3 weeks old were successfully reunited with their mother by Team #WildlifeSOS, led by Dr. Ajay Deshmukh & the Forest Dept recently.
For those of you who missed this heartwarming story, follow the link to know more and see the exclusive camera trap video; [ Wildlifesos.org Link ]
Wildlife S.O.S
02/16/2017 at 18:32. Facebook
We are starting to receive items for our auction... like these beautifully hand painted wine glasses. If you would like to contribute something for our auction, please email us at auction@wildlifesos.org
We would like to thank ButterflyRougeStudio for generously donating this item to help India's wildlife.
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Wildlife S.O.S
02/16/2017 at 15:01. Facebook
#ThrowbackThursday: Rescued in 2007 from the Kistward district of Jammu, #Sahib was less than 1 year old when he was left orphaned following an incident of man-animal conflict.
Hand reared by our experienced veterinarians, Sahib is now a healthy 9 year old who loves eating apples and spends a lot of time climbing trees at the #DachigamRescueCenter in #Kashmir. Our Project in Kashmir also...
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Wildlife S.O.S
02/16/2017 at 10:12. Facebook
A 6 feet long #IndianRockPython was rescued by the #WildlifeSOS Rapid Response Unit from Agra Water Works along the Yamuna and later released back into its natural habitat.
Read the coverage by Business Standard for the rescue here; [ Business-standard.com Link ]
Wildlife S.O.S
02/15/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
#WednesdayWisdom
“Kindness to all God's creatures is an absolute rock-bottom necessity if peace and righteousness are to prevail.”
-- Sir Wilfred Grenfell
Wildlife S.O.S
02/15/2017 at 09:30. Facebook
The #WildlifeSOS Rapid Response Unit rescued a #BlackShoulderedKite from Safdarjung Airport, New Delhi. The bird had injured her wings after colliding with a chopper and is currently undergoing treatment.
If you come across any wild bird in distress in Delhi NCR, please call the Wildlife SOS #Helpline Number: +91-9871963535
Wildlife S.O.S
02/15/2017 at 04:30. Facebook
How many of you remember the 3 month old Sloth bear cub named, #Rose who we rescued last year when she lost her front paw and her mother to a poachers snare?
Over the year since her rescue, Rose has proven herself to be a bear of extraordinary willpower and her endurance has earned our most sincere respect. Currently residing at the #AgraBearRescueFacility, follow the link to know more about...
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