The aim of our rescue work is to rehabilitate animals confiscated from the wildlife trade, rehabilitate and return them to safe appropriate habitats in the wild to support wild populations.
Education and Outreach
In order to ensure efficient use of resources and that our programs have real impact we conduct quantitative and qualitative social surveys for better understandings about knowledge and awareness of the communities regarding wildlife conservation.
Central to our wildlife rescue and release work is our work to preserve habitats and establish safe strongholds for threatened species.
We have three major research activities: field research, social research and captive research.
We are active in arguing for necessary changes in law to achieve better conservation outcomes, advising on improvements to confiscation and release procedures.