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Wildlife SOS

Wildlife SOSWildlife SOS was created by a group of committed individuals who believe that it is not too late to help and save wildlife. Wildlife SOS believes that rapid action needs to be taken by every individual in this lifetime to make a change that will conserve and protect the environment and wildlife.

It is time to catalyze ourselves into action and spearhead initiatives to prevent wildlife from being hunted, poached or traded and encourage protection of the habitat which nurtures wildlife.

All of us have one life, and it’s not very long. In the short period that we have, each one of us must make a difference! All along, mankind has exploited wildlife, forests and natural resources in the name of development and growth. It’s now time for us to give something back to nature. Our motto is “Give Back To Nature”. With your support we can help wildlife in the fight for survival.

Wildlife SOS is a registered Non Profit Charity in India and USA.

Wildlife SOS has three full time Wildlife Veterinary Doctors and a dedicated team of Bear Keepers to care for the rescued bears. The Bear Hospital is equipped with a laboratory in addition to essential equipment like X-ray, Ultrasound, Dental suite, Operation Theater and other equipment needed to meet the requirement of Bear Care.

The Agra Bear Rescue Facility runs with the long term commitment of our international partners IAR-UK, FTB-Australia, One Voice, France. We are extremely grateful to our individual donors and supporters, with whose support we are able to help the bears and the Qalandars.

Wildlife SOS has also rescued many bear cubs from poachers and hunters who supply cubs to the Qalandar Bear Dancers. Our dedicated anti-poaching team, thanks to the support of Muriel Arnal and One Voice Association France, tracks poachers and monitors poaching routes, trade points and underground markets for bear cubs throughout the year. A special cub weaning area in the Bear Sanctuary is dedicated to foster baby bears rescued from poachers since these cubs require a lot of careful attention during the early months.

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