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Wildlife Protection SocietyThe Wildlife Protection Society Of India
The Wildlife Protection Society Of India (WPSI) was founded in 1994 by Belinda Wright, its Executive Director, who was an award-winning wildlife photographer and filmmaker till she took up the cause of conservation. From its inception, WPSI's main aim has been to bring a new focus to the daunting task of tackling India's growing wildlife crisis. It does this by providing support and information for authorities who are combating poaching and the escalating illegal wildlife trade - particularly in wild tigers. It has now broadened its focus to deal with human-animal conflicts and provide support for research projects.

With a team of committed environmentalists, WPSI is one of the most respected and effective wildlife conservation organisations in India. It is a registered non-profit organisation, funded by financial donations from a wide range of Indian and international sources. The Society’s Board Members include leading conservationists and businessmen.

The Works Done By The Wildlife Protection Society Of India
Checking the Illegal Trade
The WPSI collaborate with the State Governments to check the illegal wildlife trade and then provide them with hands-on training and support to encounter poaching and the illegal wildlife trade.

Conducting Wildlife Law Enforcement Workshops
The organisation conduct Wildlife Law Enforcement Workshops for enforcement agencies. Since August 2000, it has undertaken more than 25 workshops in 12 States across India. WPSI has also working given specialist presentations to the National Police Academy, the Indian Institute of Criminology, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), Customs and Excise, the Wildlife Institute of India, tiger reserve authorities, and enforcement training centres.
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The Wildlife Crime Database
The Wildlife Crime Database in the WPSI has details of over 10,500 wildlife cases and is regularly updated with inputs from our countrywide network of investigators. This information plays a crucial role in the development of new strategies to protect Indian wildlife.

Unveil the Works of the Shahtoosh Trade
WPSI was the first organisation to unveil the works of the shahtoosh trade and its connections with the trade in tiger areas. The organisation exposed this trade in the mid-1990s, while investigating the smuggling of tiger bones, and produced a path-breaking report on the subject in 1997 - “Fashioned for Extinction; An Expose of the Shahtoosh Trade”.

Wildlife Protection Society Assistance in the Wildlife Criminal Acts
Over the years, WPSI has assisted in the arrests of over 230 wildlife criminals and seizures of massive amounts of illegal wildlife products, particularly tiger parts.

Their Legal Programme currently supports the prosecution of over 100 wildlife court cases in 13 Indian states. These include poaching and trade cases that involve tiger and other endangered species. It also files petition on important wildlife conservation issues, including encroachments in protected areas.

The organisation continuously liaise with policy makers and international conservation agencies, particularly on issues concerning poaching and the illegal wildlife trade.

Conservation Projects
WPSI supports Conservation Projects for species as varied as the tiger, otter and sea turtle in the States of Assam, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttaranchal and West Bengal.

The Scope of Activities at WPSI
WPSI has now broadened the scope of its activities to deal with other critical issues such as human-animal conflict involving tigers, leopards and elephants. It also supports research projects on issues as diverse as tiger census techniques, the ecological impact of forest resource extraction, and the plight of the snow leopard.

As a result, WPSI are actively involved in all of India's major wildlife conservation issues and have been in the forefront of media campaigns to highlight the importance of wildlife protection.

The generous support of a number of Indian and international organizations, foundations, and individuals has led to WPSI successful activities.
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