Group of Wildpigs A Bluebull exploring the waterhole Troop of Langur quenching their thirst Bird Diversity

Wildlife Trust of India

Org #9916 Vetted since 2011 Project of the Month Site Visit Verified
1998
year founded
$139,457
raised on GlobalGiving
6
years fundraising
9
projects funded

Mission

Conserve nature, especially endangered species and threatened habitats, in partnership with communities and governments.

Project Leaders
Sahil Choksi
Sahil Choksi
Team
Rahul Kaul, Sathyan A Veetil, Aniruddha Mukherjee, Naduvil V Ashraf, Suresh Chand
Organization Information
F-13,
Sector 8,
Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301
India
91-120-4143900

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 5273842499
Organization Information
F-13,
Sector 8,
Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301
India
91-120-4143900

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 5273842499

Projects (14)

Protect Tigers in India
India / Animals
Help Save Elephants in India
India / Animals
Help rescue wild animals and birds in India
India / Animals
Stop the Hunting of Wildlife in India
India / Animals
Adopt An Elephant Calf
India / Animals
Stop mass hunting of wildlife in India
India / Animals
Help Indian Elephants Like Chanchal See Again
India / Animals
Save Pangolins from the Illegal Wildlife Trade
India / Animals
Save Birds from Kite-String Injuries
India / Animals
Flying Free: Save the Amur Falcon
India / Animals
 
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Project Reports

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Apr 11, 2018
Support for WaterHoles in Muniya Conservation Reserve
Today with forests shrinking, corridors play a critical role in balancing ecological processes and animal movement. By providing landscape connections between larger areas of habitat, corridors enable...
Feb 2, 2018
Stop Hunting of Wildlife in India
                      Illegal Porcupine quills seized from districts of Northern Western Ghats  Illegal...
Jan 12, 2018
Protect Tigers in India
In India, though Tiger (Panthera tigris) is given the status of a National animal, wherever they come into contact with landscapes dominated by humans, they often pose a threat by preying on livestock...
 
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