"CWRC (CENTRE FOR WILDLIFE REHABILITATION & CONSERVATION)"
- The Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) is the first rescue and rehabilitation centre near a protected area in India. Strategically located in Borjuri village adjacent to the Panbari Reserve Forest, near Kaziranga National Park in Assam, the centre attends to a wide range of wildlife emergencies resulting from natural or anthropogenic causes.
CWRC was established in August 2002 with a primary aim to stablise displaced animals and release them back into the wild, as close to the site of rescue as possible, following necessary treatment. The centre follows accepted international protocols and guidelines during rescue, treatment and rehabilitation of displaced or distressed patients.
- CWRC has played host to a number of young animals notably orphaned rhinos, elephants, tigers, leopards, Asiatic black bears, badgers, jungle cats, leopard cats, owls etc. A number of these animals have been successfully hand-raised and rehabilitated back in the wild.
- The centre currently houses more than 20 rescued individual wild animals (as of July 2009). These include seven Asian elephant calves, two rhino calves, a Royal Bengal tiger cub, an Asiatic black bear cub, etc, which are under various stages of rehabilitation.
A tiger cub is treated in CWRC"
Quelle: http://www.wti.org.in/project-in-focus/ ... ation.html
Hier ein "tiger rescue centre at Jharkhali in Basanti" >
http://www.indiaenvironmentportal.org.i ... sunderbans
Zuletzt der Bericht eines Inders aus Kolkata der mit dem Slogan "DOOARS...The Call of the Wild!!!" ebenfalls einen Trip in ein - It is a tiger rehabilation centre looks more likely as a zoo. - unternahm und insgesamt sehr anschaulich seine Reiseroute nebst Preisen beschrieben hat:
http://www.jdoqocy.com/click-4081299-10 ... engal.html