Wildlife Trust of India (WTI)
Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), is a non-profit conservation organisation, committed to urgent action that prevents destruction of India's wildlife.
Its principal concerns are crisis management and the provision of quick, efficient aid to those areas that require it the most. In the longer term it hopes to achieve, through proactive reforms, an atmosphere conducive to conserving India's wildlife and its habitat.
Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) was formed in November 1998 in response to the rapidly deteriorating condition of wildlife in India. WTI is a registered charity in India (under Section 12A of the Income Tax Act, 1961). It has as its express purpose the provision of rapid aid to wildlife in times of crisis.
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- Baby whale shark rescued from fisherman’s net off India
- Confessions of a tiger poacher
- Snow leopard photographed in India’s Kugti Wildlife Sanctuary for the first time
- 14 rhinos amongst hundreds of animals drowned in floods in India
- Roaming tiger captured in Northern India
- Grain distributed to villagers affected by elephant conflict
- Rescued elephant calf finds new wild family
- Five orphaned elephant calves go back to the wild in Manas, India
- Elephant calf reunited with mother after ditch rescue
- Elephant calf rescued after falling headlong into ditch
- Man-eating tiger released back into the wild
- Fake tiger skins and ivory appearing in India
- Three seizures in three days: four leopard skins, two tusks recovered; 10 arrested
- Rhino rescued from quick sand in India
- Tiger skin seized in Kerala
- Vital elephant corridor saved by wildlife charity in India
- Three more orphaned bear cubs to be released in India
- Clouded leopard cubs to be released into the wild in India - Can you help?
- 21 endangered vultures poisoned in India
- Tiger and leopard skin seized in India
- Asian rhino rescued from a mud-pit in India
- Crippled elephant calf reunited with its family in India
- Rehabilitating bears to the wild - India's bear keepers.
- Czech naturalist sentenced to three years in India for illegal collecting
- Two Czech ‘scientists' arrested in India for wildlife crime
- Eight leopard skins recovered in India
- Five more Asiatic black bears successfully returned to the wild
- New population of Greater Adjutant stork, world's rarest, booming in India
- Project reduces elephant deaths on Indian railway line to zero
- Rare hoolock gibbon released into Kaziranga National Park – pairs up with wild male
- Four arrested in Nepal in possession of leopard skins
- Three Elephants Killed by a Train in India
- Baby Rhino Found Abandoned in Kaziranga National Park
- Indian Government Boosts Tiger Conservation Funding 400 Percent
- Land Purchase Protects Elephant Corridor in South India.
- Rhino poaching in Kaziranga National Park.
- 5 sloth bear cubs being trained for release in the wild.
- Rhinos released into the wild in Manas National Park.
- Pakke tiger reserve, community protection.
- 4 poachers arrested with 6 leopard skins.