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The geographical diversity in India is the corollary to the biodiversity that makes it home to a huge variety of plants, land and marine animals. While the giant Himalayas in the northern part support coniferous vegetation, the eastern states experience a moist tropical climate. On the other hand large parts of western India experience hot desert climate. Surrounded on three sides by the sea, the Indian sub-continent is home to a large variety of marine life as well.

But the history of killing and poaching of wildlife in India is as long and as varied as its biodiversity. The predominance of princely states, an overdose of invasions and colonialism and a lack of general awareness have stripped India of much of her wealth in every sense. Much of the wealth that India was naturally endowed with has disappeared. Below is a list of the endangered species – whose existence at stake now.

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  • Olive Ridley Turtle
  • Ganges river Dolphin
  • Indus river Dolphin
  • Humpback Whale
  • Red Panda
  • Snow Leopard
  • Barasingha
  • Clouded Leopard
  • Andaman Horse shoe Bat
  • Wild Water Buffalo
  • Tiger
  • Wild Yak
  • Gaur
  • Fishing cat
  • Indian Giant Squirrel
  • Irrawaddy Squirrel
  • Kerala Rat
  • Andaman Rat

In case you are wondering, let me tell you, this is just the tip of the iceberg. However, it is never too late when the security of our foundation on earth comes under the scythe.

Our Aims & Objectives

  • To carry out research and promote awareness on wild life and environment.
  • To organize annual nature, field camps and conservation exhibition and photo contest on wild life and environment.
  • To organize seminars, campaign and talks to promote awareness, and to fight against wild life trade.
  • To promote awareness and conduct training in natural history and natural resources and work for sustainable management and carry out projects leading to restoration of degraded echo system.
  • To educate the students and community on the importance of environmental conservation and encourage them to come up with ways of protecting the mother earth.
  • To protect the environment, promotion of afforestation on waste lands, conservation of natural resources including water resources, tree plantation and reforestation etc.
  • To help the industries, Pollution Control Board, local bodies, government agencies for effecting implementation of pollution control programmes through training and research.
  • To curb wild life crime by anti-poaching and anti-illegal trade activities, to ensure that national and international policies affecting wild life and its habitats are in consonance with their survival needs.
  • To protect the forest environment, species of animals, birds, wild life, lakes, rivers and other natural gifts helping to support the preservation of environment to improve the environment.
  • To do any act(s), take any step(s) which could help in the attainment/ furtherance of any object(s) of the Society.
  • To arrange and organize environment protection programmes / activities.
  • To carry on charitable activities namely, as defined in Section 2(15) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 and amendment thereof from time to time.
  • To apply the income of the society to Public Charitable purpose.
  • To collect and spend funds for the aims and objects of the society.
  • To do generally all other acts and things as may deem to the society convenient and /or conducive to the carrying out of the aims and objects of the society.
  • To get the registration of the society under Income Tax Act and Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act etc. with the appropriate departments of Central Government for seeking exemptions/benefits available to society.
  • To open appropriate bank accounts as may be convenient from time to time such as SB Account, Current A/c, Fixed Deposit A/c., Short Term deposit A/c., Locker A/c. for safe deposit with Bank etc. as per resolution of the Governing Body of Society.

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