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« India Wildlife Tour 18 Days
Attractions : Elephant Safari, Jeep Safari, Tigers, Backwaters...
Destinations : Bangalore - Madikeri - Mysore...

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« Indian Elephant Safari Tour 09 Days
Attractions : Elephant Safari, Corbett National Park
Destinations : Delhi - Corbett - Lohachor - Ratwadhap - Haldupura.
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Tiger Safari Nagarhole  Wildlife SanctuaryThe history of Wildlife Conservation Society research in India began in the 1960's - with the first-ever scientific study of wild tigers in central India by George Schaller. Henceforth, following a break of two decades, Ullas Karanth accelerated the present WCS-India program as a single tiger research project at Nagarhole in the year 1986. Ever since, WCS-India has developed into a comprehensive collection of activities that revolve around major global conservation strategies of WCS - scientific research, national capacity building, site-based conservation and developing new models of wildlife conservation. Acting synchronously, all these initiatives have contributed significantly to wildlife conservation in India and rest of the world during the last three decades.

Wildlife Conservation Society India Program
India is a mega-diversity country that is distinctly rich in vertebrate fauna. This is a result of its distinct biosphere, and, evolutionary and social histories it has faunal elements from the Indo-Malayan, Afro-tropical and palearctic regions. India boasts of about 500 species of mammal, 2000 types of Bird and at least 30,000 kinds of insects, providing an unmatched range and diversity.
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India has an age old culture that considers human as a part of nature rather than as its masters; that displays a higher degree of equitableness for other life forms in contrast to any other part of the world. Partly as a result - and partly due to India's colonial past - several excellently protected nature reserves have been sanctioned during the last three decades. These now cover about 4% of the land area. However, there are threatening challenges to 'saving wildlife' in India - a billion strong human population largely dependent on land-based occupations; high degree of reliance on biomass for fuel, energy and structural materials; excessive livestock densities - all now supplemented by a modern consumerist economy growing at 6% a year; rapidly changing cultures and attitudes towards wildlife. However, the major social and ecological revolution that we are now seeing in rest of the tropical world had existed in India over a 1000 years ago.

In this context, Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), India program concentrates on charming endangered megafauna in protected reserves (the last wild places) - as the most befitting social tactic for saving the ecosystem. During its 13 years of development, WCS-India program has flourished from a single research project to embrace all the major strategies now pursued by WCS globally - Research; Capacity Building; Policy Interventions and Site-based conservation.

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Centre for Wildlife Studies
Centre for Wildlife Studies (CWS) is a non-profit scientific research organisation and carries out the long-term core research projects of WCS India Program. CWS works in development of rigorous methods to monitor wildlife populations and also conducts training for field biologists, forest department staff and NGO volunteers in monitoring wildlife populations.

CWS collaborates with Forest Departments of the respective states where research and conservation projects are carried out. In addition it also closely work with Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF) and the Project Tiger directorate.

Wildlife First
Wildlife First is a proactive conservation movement with it's own unique approach to wildlife issues. Mr.K.M.Chinnappa serves as its president; Dr.K.Ullas Karanth of WCS is the scientific advisor. A group of volunteers from different walks of life constitute Wildlife First team. Wildlife First was the nodal NGO and co-ordinated the Karnataka Tiger Conservation Project (KTCP).
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Kuduremukh Wildlife Foundation
Kuduremukh Wildlife Foundation focuses its work on conserving the unique Kuduremukh National Park. It works on conservation, monitoring, conservation education and community interfacing at Kuduremukh National Park.

Bhadra Wildlife Conservation Trust
Bhadra Wildlife Conservation Trust is dedicated to saving the Bhadra Tiger Reserve, it is one of our local conservation NGO's. Nature Conservation Guild based at Chickmagalur concentrates their conservation monitoring, conservation education and community interfacing at Bhadra Tiger Reserve.

Nature Conservation Foundation
Nature Conservation Foundation (NCF) is a non-profit organization devoted to research and action for conservation of wildlife and natural ecosystems. WCS has partnered with NCF on research projects of human impacts on wildlife and habitats. Studies on the impact of livestock grazing, human hunters have been conducted with NCF's partnership.

Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment
Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE) works towards advancing protection of the environment and conservation of biodiversity.

Tiger Safari Gir Wildlife SanctuaryNagarhole National Park Conservation Education Project
Nagarahole Wildlife Conservation Education Project (NAWICOED) is the education project of WCS, India Program started in the year 1994 works at educating students, rural youth, teachers and others around Nagarahole National Park.

Conservation of Wildlife and Heritage of Kodagu
Conservation of Wildlife and Heritage of Kodagu (CWK) has played a catalytic role in motivating the tribal people in Nagarahole to accept the resettlement package offered by the Government. It has also monitored that the promised infrastructure package has been delivered to the tribals.

Tiger Research and Conservation Trust
Tiger Research and Conservation Trust (TRACT) intends to build a long-term intensive field conservation program in prime wildlife habitats in Maharashtra. It aims to conserve tigers and their prey base through community awareness programs, facilitating voluntary resettlement and support to forest department.
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