Our MISSION is to “Create a Sustainable Future for India’s Wildlife and Wild Lands.”
We have three primary objectives as an organization and work closely under the auspices of the State Forest Departments and the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India.
OBJECTIVES: 1) to rescue and rehabilitate injured and orphaned wildlife including individual animals from native and feral populations found anywhere on the Indian Subcontinent through provisions of best health care and husbandry practices for animals placed at our rescue facilities.
2) to conserve native species through applied management and research efforts in collaboration with India’s Forest Department and to mitigate human-wildlife conflict involving any species regardless of its declared status in terms of conservation-sensitive concerns.
3) to complement on the ground animal rescue and species preservation programs with capacity building of indigenous people and outreach programs for Indian nationals and visitors to India.