WE STAND FOR WILDLIFE
Engaging in various site-specific issues across India
Pathbreaking research in India
WCS-India has scaled up its combatting wildlife trafficking (CWT) efforts. Since September 2018, our staff that includes scientists, trained lawyers and retired forest department officials with expertise has been imparting training through workshops to over 500 personnel across seven states.
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Angria Bank is a shallow sunken atoll situated 105 km off the coast of Maharashtra. The region supports a rich diversity of corals, algae, fish and marine megafauna, and therefore serves as an ideal site at which to initiate our efforts. This film documents the expedition carried out by the Centre for Marine Living Resources and Ecology (CMLRE), the Mangrove Cell- Maharashtra Forest Department, the Indian Institute of SCUBA Diving and Aquatic Sports (IISDA) and the Wildlife Conservation Society – India (WCS-India) to initiate the process of facilitating the notification of Angria Bank as Marine Protected Area.
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