Indian wildlife is experiencing a critical risk and to preserve it, varied Indian organisations are working and one among them is Wildlife SOS. A non-profit organisation in India that works for the safety and welfare of varied wildlife animals, conserving their habitats, conducting analysis so as to concentrate on their state of affairs, making a sustainable atmosphere for his or her livelihood, Wildlife SOS has been lately awarded at an occasion organized by San Diego Zoo International. The NGO, which has additionally been visited by the Canadian Prime Minister throughout his go to in India, has two branches – Bengaluru and New Delhi (with centres at Agra and Mathura). Within the annual occasion, “Associates of the Animals” organised by the San Diego Zoo International which appreciates the measures and duties varied organisations and even people take with a purpose to guarantee the protection of animals everywhere in the world, the India-based Wildlife SOS was honoured with lifetime achievement award.
There are some well-known recipients of this award like Jane Goodall, Sir David Attenborough, Edward O’Wilson, Gordon Moore and lots of extra. Wildlife SOS was awarded by San Diego Zoo International’s President/ CEO Mr. Douglas G Myers, the Lifetime Achievement Award and Conservation Medal on this prestigious award ceremony and was given a grant of $10,000 within the honour of their contribution since 1995 on this area. To gather the award, Kartick Sathyanarayan (CEO and Co-Founder, Wildlife SOS) and Geeta Seshamani (Director and Co-Founder, Wildlife SOS) have been current.
Wildlife SOS has efficiently rescued and rehabilitated varied wildlife animals since its institution in 1995 in New Delhi however few of their works have gained accolades internationally as properly. The NGO has lately been within the limelight for working day and night time to rescue world’s final dancing bear, Rangila from Nepal. However their journey since 1995 has many inspiring tales to inform as they’ve labored in direction of rescuing a number of elephants. The large mammals have been a resident of India for a very long time and are 60% of the whole Asian Elephants on the planet. Rescuing, rehabilitating, offering correct medical care are the a part of Wildlife SOS motto. The NGO has additionally made contributions in rescuing animals like moon bears, leopards, primates and reptiles.