Recent Rescue mission

1st may 2018

Wild Tripura Foundation was initiated back in 2013, as primarily a photography group for the documentation of the rich Biodiversity of Tripura. Today, 5 years later, the same group has evolved as one of the leading organizations for the Conservation of Nature & Wildlife in Tripura. In the recent days, some of the dynamic youths of the group have showcased an examplary effort in collaboration with the Forest Department of Tripura in rescuing illegally captured wild animals. This is just the beginning, a glimpse of the immense potential the group has and also the key role it is going to play in the near future, for the Conservation of Nature & Wildlife. Words of appreciation will fall short for this immense effort put by these young guys. In this present scenario, where nature is being exploited recklessly for meeting the growing demands of human beings, leaving a very narrow room for the sustenance of wildlife, such a venture is well commendable.
The main motto of such a gallant effort is to spread the awareness among common people, so that, they can realize the graveness of the situation and come forward to put up a holistic effort towards the Conservation of Nature and its resources.
Well done Subhasish, Priyabrata & Abhranil. You guys have set an example before all of us. You have given the message that we too have a role to play in the protection of Nature & Wildlife. We too can put our efforts, though how little it may be in the beginning, but in the long run, it will become a huge force that can bring a revolution in the minds of people and we are sure that the day is not far away, when our dream of a Green Tripura, which will be a heaven for wildlife, will become a reality.
Lastly, we would like to Thank the Forest Department of Tripura, for extending their helping hand in the crucial moment and hope that we will get their cooperation whenever we need in the days to come.

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