Who We are

Wildlife Conservation Group (WCG)

is a small self-sustained group of around a dozen members. We have never stopped in our efforts of self-study about the scientific aspects of Nature - after all, we have the forest itself as our backyard laboratory. WCG tries to reach out as much our capacity enables us to. We have conducted wildlife photography exhibitions - displaying dozens of our own beautiful photographs - at schools surrounding BNP and Banidipura buffer-zone. Here our interactions have been mainly with rural students. WCG members always emphasize the inter-dependancy of humans with the forest - we understand it best.

from November 2010 we are publishing a monthly e-magazine in Kannada language called Kaanana, which includes many articles related to wildlife, environment, Nature, science, literature and also some of our best Nature & wildlife photos. Kaanana mainly brings out the new findings of flora & fauna of BNP, stories & poems by students of villages of BNP..

About WCG

VISION

Conservation, Management and development of forests and tree growth, on Sustainable basis, for present and future generations. Forest fire management and creating awareness about wildlife in children and youths

MISSION

To Plan, Execute, Coordinate and Monitor the implementation of Forestry and Wildlife Programs Creating awareness through wildlife photography and exhibition in schools surrounding of Bannerughatta National Park

Kaanana

Started on 2010 November Includes many articles related to Wildlife, Environment, Nature, Science literature and also some of our best nature and wildlife photos.

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Our Activities

conserve the forest, lands and waters on which all life depends
  • Rescue

    Rescuing of wild animals and releasing to their natural habitat  

  • Exploration

    Studying of biodiversity in Bannerughatta National Park.  

  • Empowerment of watchers and guards of BNP

    By conducting workshops and seminars to create awareness about forest and wildlife in them.      

  • Anti-pouching

    We are assisting Department of Forest and Forest Cell for day and night patrolling to reduce the percentage of pouching in BNP

  • Lake protection

    In Kaleshwari village nearly 1acre of encroached lake has been protected and developing.

  • Nature camps

     We had conducted nature camps for school and college students.

  • Kaanana a monthly Kannada e-magazine

    Started on 2010 November Includes many articles related to Wildlife, Environment, Nature, Science literature and also some of our best nature and wildlife photos.

  • Bird watching.

    We identified nearly 180 species of bird in Bannerughatta National Park and photographed.

  • Wildlife photography exhibition

    In schools and villages. Implement of eco-development programmes for the welfare of local communities and thereby win their support and co-operation in wildlife management

  • Creating Awareness about wildlife and environment

    For school children and villagers in and around the Bannerughatta National Park