The term Wildlife Conservation Society - India Program, describes the work of several partner institutions engaged in saving wildlife and wild lands in full compliance with all Indian laws.

WCS-India Program has combined cutting-edge research on tigers and wildlife, with national capacity building and, effective site-based conservation through constructive collaborations with government and non-governmental partners. Uncompromisingly committed to wildlife conservation, WCS-India Program inspires and nurtures positive attitudes towards nature in people through its scientific and conservation endeavors.

Over the last 30 years, WCS - India Program has achieved many conservation milestones. Click above to know more.
22nd May, 2018 BLOG POST: Sighting a prehistoric animal in the forest: One of our volunteers from our line-transect surveys pens his account of an incredible sighting of the shy, nocturnal Indian Pangolin, which is also one of the most trafficked mammals on the planet.

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551, 7th Main Road
Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, 2nd Phase
Kodigehalli, Bengaluru - 560 097
Karnataka, India

Phone: 080-2973-7455
email: info@wcsindia.org