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WCS - INDIA

The Wildlife Conservation Society – India works to conserve wildlife, backed by science. We work in partnership with the government and many dedicated local organizations to deal with conservation challenges like human wildlife interactions, voluntary relocation of people from the forests, tourism in protected areas, and so on. Committed to wildlife conservation and the ecological world-view that recognises the inextricable link between human welfare and protection of wildlife and wild places, WCS – India endeavours to inspire positive attitudes in people towards wildlife.


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From tiger monitoring for the longest period, to assisting in voluntary relocation that has helped improve the quality of life for many people while freeing space for wildlife, WCS – India also offers a one-of-its-kind post-graduate degree in Wildlife Biology and Conservation.

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Training Workshop for IFS Officers: IFS officers from across the country participated in “One-week compulsory training on voluntary relocation for Tiger Reserves” jointly organized by WCS-India and MOEFCC.

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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

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  • WE STAND FOR WILDLIFE
WE STAND FOR WILDLIFE