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We will conserve what we love, we will love only what we understand, we will understand what we are taught. Conservation education is the best tool to intricately engage environment eco services edible to every citizen and make him a responsible participant in protecting our only home.


Wildlife Conservation Foundation is a registered Trust started in the year 2007, with the objective of saving wildlife species using profound science to conservation ends. We graduated with birds and reptiles and moved on to mammals, profoundly applied conservation strategies to save them using indigenous string. Field experience, thoughtful expertise and commitment to save nature gave an opening to serve and save wildlife species that WCF has created a paradigm shift in wildlife conservation. WCF is committed to ensuring that due recognition is given to the role of conservation through education as primary tool for wildlife conservation.

Mission and Vision

Our Mission:

  • Enhancing capacity of the stake holders, forest staff that protects tiger and their habitats. Focuses on integration of local communities in wildlife conservation. Recognizing “wildlife research to conservation ends” facilitates robust field data to institute solutions to accomplish conservation ends with people’s participation.

Our Vision:

  • Our vision is to institutionalize the conservation education protocol as a teaching method to schools and colleges. Catching them young brings communities closer to conservation than isolating them, baton young generation to surmise wildlife conservation as a basic knowledge. Deliver a community based conservation strategy in saving wildlife in conflict. Use tools and skills that are sustainable and permanent solutions to save wildlife. Liaison with stake holders to collate elementary challenges in saving wildlife and deliver simple solutions.


Rajkumar D

Rajkumar D

Managing Trustee
Srinivas D S

Srinivas D S

Vinod Kumar B Naik

Vinod Kumar B Naik

Varchasvi Shankar

Varchasvi Shankar

Director Conservation Education




Dr. Harsha

Dr. Harsha









Awareness to media – On importance of mutual participation in wildlife conservation.

Mysuru mitra published news about nature camp conducted in Bandipur – awareness to…

Awareness to media on – importance of mutual participation in wildlife conservation –…

Water scarcity to wildlife – as such wildlife can find water kilometers away…

Vijaya Karnataka news paper – About using buffer zone and other island forest…

Kerala state news – About support from Kerala NGO’s and public for Closure…

Kerala NGO’s and public For Closure of traffic in NH-67 & 766 that…

Mysuru mitra About nature awareness, program in BRT Tiger reserve.

Praja vani About Sloth bear conflicting with humans in Chitradurga. We are acquiring…

Vijaya Karnataka – Tree planting in Front of V2soft office. By Environment officer…

Vijaya karnataka – Tree planting in government high school vontikoppal, Mysore.

Forest fire and its ill effects on forest

Vijaya vani – About wildlife poaching – demand and supply.

Sudha magazine – Man killing stray tiger captured.

Forest fire and its ill effects

Nature camp in Bandipur to YHAI members.

Forest fire and its ill effects.

Street play in villages surrounding Bandipur spreading the news of conservation with…

About Man – animal conflict – especially with Elephants.

About – migratory birds that are evading city lakes because of pollution.

The Hindu – Conflicting stray Tigers.

Vijaya Karnataka – Bike rally in gundlupet – awareness about saving Vultures and…

About wildlife conservancies – Stating that private holdings of forest land for eco-tourism…