We focus on protection, preservation and management of natural flora and fauna.
Wild-CER is a registered non-profit charity addressing several conservation issues including rescue and rehabilitation of wild fauna, tiger & deer translocation, diseases of wildlife and Man-animal conflict & its mitigation.
Wild-CER has trained 2800 front line staff of the forest department, 1800 veterinarians and sensitized around 10000 citizens regarding conservation issues, so far. Wild-CER is actively involved in providing veterinary services to the wild fauna in distress in Central India
Donations to Wild-CER are eligible for exemption under section 8OG of Income Tax Act, 1961. Wild-CER is a registered non-profit charity in India.
Read about how Wild CER is working to save nature.
Wild-CER is now conservation partner of ASAP, IUCN
We are delighted to announce that Wild-CER is now conservation partner of ASAP, IUCN. The IUCN SSC Asian Species Action Partnership (ASAP) is an alliance...
Training on ‘Wildlife investigation through forensic techniques’ organized at Navegaon-Nagzira Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra
Two training workshops on “Wildlife Investigation through Forensic Techniques”for frontline staff of Navegaon-Nagzira Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra and Gondia Territorial division were organized on 12 –...
We work towards sustainable management of natural resources which include wildlife, water, air, and earth. We believe that results and solutions are born of a balanced application of inductive and deductive reasoning, nurtured through interactions.
We try to influence people's attitudes, emotions, knowledge, and behaviors about wildlife and wild places, through the efforts of skilled educators, who use a variety of techniques to reconnect people with the natural world.
Through research and scientific observation our goal is to identify wildlife and their diseases, impact of human and domestic animal interactions etc. so these issues can be recognized leading to finding a solution to them.