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WildRoots

Engaging artists and leveraging their talent for nature conservation is the purpose of Assam-based organisation WildRoots, writes Anirudh Nair.

Preservation Of Wild Landscapes

Anirudh Nair speaks to wildlife conservationist Hans Dalal to learn about the organisation Preservation of Wild Landscapes (PROWL) that he co-founded in 2013.

The Timbaktu Collective

Anirudh Nair reports on the Timbaktu Collective, a community-based NGO established in 1990, which has been working with about 21,000 marginalised families, towards an ecological revival in the drought-prone Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh.

Wildlife Conservation And Animal Welfare Association

One hundred kilometres from Mumbai, in the green belt of Dahanu, the Wildlife Conservation and Animal Welfare Association works against the odds to protect sea turtles, plus an array of other wildlife, writes Anirudh Nair.

Kohka Foundation

The Kohka Foundation empowers tribal communities living in and around the Pench Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh, writes Anirudh Nair.

Arulagam

With a focus on vulture conservation, Arulagam works for the conservation of diverse flora and fauna in Tamil Nadu, writes Anirudh Nair.

Nova Nature Welfare Society

The Raipur-based Nova Nature Welfare Society works with the Chhattisgarh Forest Department to rescue and rehabilitate wildlife, conduct awareness workshops and study well-known and lesser-known animals and protected forests, says Anirudh Nair.

Sustaining Environment And Wildlife Assemblage (SEWA)

In and around Maharashtra’s Gondia district, an NGO called SEWA (Sustaining Environment and Wildlife Assemblage) is helping regenerate tiger habitats, and protecting Sarus Cranes, blackbuck and wolves, writes Anirudh Nair.

Srushti Paryavaran Mandal

Sampark, sahabhag, samvardhan or contact, contribute, conserve, are the three words on which the members of the Nagpur-based Srushti Paryavaran Mandal base their conservation ideology, writes Anirudh Nair.

Bat Conservation India Trust

The team from the Bengaluru-based Bat Conservation India Trust is dispelling myths and collecting crucial data on India’s neglected mammalians, writes Anirudh Nair.

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