Our focus areas include various human-wildlife interactions, wildlife rescue & rehabilitation, and biodiversity & ecological research in diverse habitats.
We have been engaged in human-crocodile conflict mitigation and snakebite mitigation work since 2012 in Gujarat. Alongside ecological research, we also work with local communities to formulate effective mitigation measures.
One of our longest running work is of wildlife rescue & rehabilitation, in association with several organizations and individuals across India. We train rescuers and rehabbers in standard protocols and guidelines, and develop SOPs for specific taxa. We also advice rescue organizations on better practices.
For wildlife research, we work mainly in non-protected areas within biodiversity hotspots. Our primary objective is to promote Citizen Science initiatives that help conservation of species and their habitats, involves local communities, and advances scientific understanding of the ecosystems. We try to establish ecological importance of these non-protected habitats.