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TILCEPA - Theme on Indigenous and Local Communities, Equity, and Protected Areas www.iucn.org/themes/ceesp/Wkg_grp/TILCEPA/TILCEPA.htm 
The World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) and the Commission on Environmental, Economic and Social Policy (CEESP) have agreed to work together on a Theme on Indigenous and Local Communities, Equity, and Protected Areas (TILCEPA). The website gives us a comprehensive view about TILCEPA.

Periyar Tiger Reserve
www.periyartigerreserve.org
 
Dedicated to the Periyar Tiger Reserve in Kerala, this website is managed by the Ecodevelopment Committee of Periyar and includes comprehensive information on the reserve.

Centre for Indian Knowledge Systems
www.ciks.org
 
The Centre for Indian Knowledge Systems is devoted to exploring and developing the contemporary relevance and applications of traditional Indian knowledge systems - with a focus on agriculture and health care.

Indiatravelogue
www.indiatravelogue.com

Indiatravelogue is an excellent travel site that provides information on destinations, special deals and holiday packages, besides reviews, interviews and a photo gallery.

EnvironmentAwards.net
www.environmentawards.net
 
EnvironmentAwards.net provides a focal point for sponsors, organisers and entrants of environmental and sustainable development awards.

Southern Birdwing
www.southernbirdwing.com
 
Southern Birdwing is an enterprise started by Goan wildlife enthusiasts Harvey D'Souza and Neil Alvares in October 1997, who help create awareness through educational excursions, talks and workshops.

Traveljini
www.traveljini.com
 
A network company of ICICI Venture, Traveljini.com is a travel shop, with information on several Indian destinations, including wildlife sanctuaries.

World Law - India - Environment
http://www.austlii.edu.au/links/50161.html
World Law is a global catalog and search engine for law and provides a well-organised and searchable index of legal web sites.

Delhibird
www.delhibird.org
The Northern India Bird Network offers sites guides, checklists, recent sightings, photogallery and even helps amateurs to identify birds.

Janmanch - People's Forum
www.janmanch.org
 
Janmanch.org is an information exchange platform of CREDO, which provides an extensive resource database as well as opinions and features on development issues.

CorpWatch India
www.corpwatchindia.org
 
CorpWatch India is a platform for Indian movements resisting corporate globalisation to articulate their demands. Provides timely information on Indian struggles, linking them with campaigns worldwide.

IndianJungles.com
www.indianjungles.com
 
IndianJungles.com is an informed forum for those interested in Indian wildlife. Features news, casefiles and analyses by Nirmal Ghosh, an experienced wildlifer.

Naturenet
www.naturenet.net
 
UK-based Naturenet is a voluntary enterprise to provide a good resource for practical nature conservation and countryside management.

Earthjustice 
www.earthjustice.org
 
Earthjustice is a public interest law firm dedicated to enforcing and strengthening environmental laws on behalf of organisations and communities to protect the earth and defend the right of all people to a healthy environment.

National Audubon Society
www.audubon.org
 
The National Audubon Society, founded in 1905, works to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity. 

Earth First! Journal 
www.earthfirstjournal.org
 
Earth First! is an international movement composed of small, bioregionally-based groups who work to protect local ecology through education, litigation, and creative civil disobedience.
 

Sierra Club
www.sierraclub.org
 
Founded in 1892, Sierra Club's grassroots advocacy makes it one of America 's most influential environmental organisations.

The Ocean Conservancy
www.oceanconservancy.org
 
The Ocean Conservancy works to protect ocean ecosystems and conserve the global abundance and diversity of marine wildlife through science-based advocacy, research and public education.  

Center for Health, Environment and Justice 
www.chej.org
 
US-based Center for Health Environment and Justice, works by community empowerment at the grassroots to ensure environmental justice.

Optics for Birding
www.optics4birding.com
 
Optics4birding is designed to educate birders who want to buy optics (binoculars and telescopes, primarily) so that they can make informed buying decisions.  

Indian Mangroves
www.mangroveindia.org
 
Indian Mangroves provides information on the ecological status of mangroves, conservation measures and research projects. 
 

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
www.ipcc.ch
 
The role of the IPCC is to assess the scientific, technical and socio-economic information relevant for the understanding of the risk of human-induced climate change.  

Environmental Investigation Agency
www.eia-international.org
 
The Environmental Investigation Agency is an independent, international campaigning organisation committed to investigating and exposing environmental crime.  

Hornocker Wildlife Institute
www.hwi.org
 
The Hornocker Wildlife Institute, a programme of the Wildlife Conservation Society, uses hands-on field research to promote a balance between man and nature.

Defenders of Wildlife
www.defenders.org
 
Defenders of Wildlife is dedicated to the protection of all native species in their natural communities, with focus on the accelerating rate of extinction and the associated loss of biodiversity, habitat alteration and destruction.  

Earth Island Institute 
www.earthisland.org
Earth Island Institute develops and supports projects that counteract threats to the biological and cultural diversity that sustain the environment.  

The Nature Conservancy
www.nature.org
 

The Nature Conservancy is working to preserve the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive. Saving the last great places...  

Worldwatch Institute 
www.worldwatch.org
 
Worldwatch is dedicated to informing policymakers and the public about emerging global problems and trends and the complex links between the world economy and its environmental support systems.
 

In Defense of Animals 
www.idausa.org
  
IDA works to protect the rights, welfare and habitats of animals and to end their exploitation and abuse.  

50 years is enough! 
www.debtweek.org

The US network for global economic justice is a coalition of organisations dedicated to the transformation of the World Bank and the IMF through action-oriented economic literacy training, public mobilisation, and policy advocacy.  

Wildlife Conservation Society 
www.wcs.org
 
Wildlife Conservation Society is a US-based organization managing national and international conservation projects, research and education programs.
 

Project Tiger
www.envfor.nic.in/pt/pt.html
 
Project Tiger was launched on April 1, 1973 in Corbett on the basis of the recommendations of a special task-force of the Indian Board of Wildlife.
 

Greenpeace India
www.greenpeaceindia.org
 
The Greenpeace India chapter has been working with local groups investigating and exposing instances of toxic trade, hazardous waste dumping and toxic pollution.  

International Crane Foundation 
www.savingcranes.org
 
The International Crane Foundation works worldwide to conserve cranes and the wetland and grasslands communities on which they depend.
 

Discovery
www.discovery.com
 
Discovery Communications is packed with interactive learning channels. Live-cams, e-cards, games...

Natural Resources Defense Council
www.nrdc.org
 
Natural Resources Defense Council, with a membership base of over 40,000, uses legislation and policy to conserve and protect the earth's resources.
 

Pew Center on Global Climate Change
www.pewclimate.org 
The Pew Center on Global Climate Change is dedicated to providing credible information, straight answers and innovative solutions to address global climate change.

TRAFFIC
www.traffic.org
 
TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, works to ensure that trade in wild plants and animals is not a threat to the conservation of nature.

National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan
www.sdnp.delhi.nic.in/nbsap/
 
The National Policy and Macrolevel Action Strategy on Biodiversity by the MoEF is a macro-level statement of policies, gaps and strategies needed for conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity.
 

Birdlife International
www.birdlife.net
 
Birdlife International is a global alliance of national conservation organisations working in more than 100 countries worldwide, to identify, monitor and protect Important Birding Areas.
 

5tigers: Tiger Information Centre
www.5tigers.org
 
The site is a must for anyone who wants to know more about tigers. It allows access to vital contemporary data about tigers and their habitats. 

 

IUCN
www.iucn.org
 
The World Conservation Union was founded in 1948 and the IUCN has helped over 75 countries to prepare and implement conservation and biodiversity strategies.
 

Ministry of Environment and Forests 
www.envfor.nic.in
The official website of the Ministry of Environment and Forests gives the latest information on reports, plans, meetings and environmental clearances. 

OneWorld
www.oneworld.net
 
OneWorld is a community of over 1000 organisations working for social justice. It is part of a very credible and effective initiative that involves research as well as environmental campaigning.
 

International Rivers Network
www.irn.org
 
IRN supports local communities working to protect their rivers and watersheds. They work to halt destructive river development projects, and to encourage equitable and sustainable methods of meeting needs for water, energy.  

International Snow Leopard Trust
www.snowleopard.org
 
Dedicated to the conservation of the endangered snow leopard and its mountain ecosystem through a balanced approach that considers people and the environment.
 

Greenpeace
www.greenpeace.org/
Greenpeace is an independent, non-political, international organisation that has been fighting for the protection of the environment by peaceful means for several decades now.  

Environmental News Network 
www.enn.com
 
ENN offers educational interactivity with the latest environmental news, features, special reports... and allows an opportunity to interact with others.

West Bengal Wildlife Wing
www.westbengal.com/wildlife
 
Official information from the Directorate of Forests, Government of West Bengal about the state's flora and fauna, wildlife sanctuaries and national parks.

Rainforest Action Network
www.ran.org
 
The Rainforest Action Network has been working to protect tropical rainforests and the human rights of those living in and around these forests and bring their plight to public attention through education and direct action.  

Rajaji National Park
www.rajajinationalpark.com
 
Created by the former Field Director of the Park, the site provides information on everything from places of interest to accommodation, tariffs and booking procedures for tourists.
 

National Geographic 
www.nationalgeographic.com
 
They helped Richard Byrd fly over the South Pole, Jane Goodall study chimps and Bob Ballard find the Titanic... The National Geographic Society is the world’s largest nonprofit scientific and educational organization.

Bombay Natural History Society
www.bnhs.org
 
Established in 1883, the BNHS plays a vital role in documenting and conserving India 's natural heritage. The site details the Society's conservation activities and research projects.  

eNature.com
www.enature.com
 
eNature.com has a database of 4,800 species of plants and animals with colour photographs, online field guides and help with identification. Send wildlife postcards, listen to bird songs, talk to other nature enthusiasts. eNature's content is derived from the best-selling National Audubon Society Field Guide series. 
 

The Thousand Tigers Website
www.web.net/~pcarter/hazaribagh/
 
Maintained by Philip Carter, a Canadian writer who travelled to Bihar in 1997, the site focusses on Hazaribagh, a town near the North Karanpura valley, famed as the 'land of a thousand tigers' and now under threat from several mining projects.

The Ecologist
www.theecologist.org
 
Founded in 1970 and read in over 150 countries, The Ecologist is an environmental magazine that has been opening new areas of debate on science and technology to the impact of globalisation on economic development.

Madhya Pradesh Forest Department 
www.madhyapradeshforest.org/htmlfiles/wildlife.html
 
With wilderness areas such as the Kanha Tiger Reserve, Pench Tiger Reserve, Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve and other protected areas, Madhya Pradesh is home to some of the country's best forests and wildlife.

Corporate Watch
www.corporatewatch.org
 
Corporate Watch is a radical research and publishing group based in the United Kingdom that was set up to support activism against large corporations. Often stepping into controversial areas, the group pushes hard to obtain corporate accountability.

People's Commission on Environment and Development
www.pcedindia.com
 
PCED, an NGO launched in New Delhi in 1990, holds public hearings in the country on environmental and development issues to induce the people to dialogue with government about critical issues.
 

Essential Information - Encouraging Activism
www.essential.org
 
Founded in 1982 by Ralph Nader, Essential Information is a non-profit organization involved in a variety of projects to encourage citizens to become active and engaged in their communities.  

Maharashtra Forest Department 
www.mahaforest.gov.in
 
The official site of the Maharashtra Forest Department offers tourism and biodiversity information on the tiger haunts of Gugamal, Tadoba and Pench as well as Borivli and Navegaon National Park , alongwith maps.

Wild Ventures
www.wildventures.com
 
Wild Ventures is a site that promotes eco-tourism in India 's wilderness areas.

International Wolf Center
www.wolf.org
 
The International Wolf Centre supports the survival of the wolf globally by teaching about its life, its association with other species and its dynamic relationships to humans.

Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society
www.wdcs.org
 

The global voice for the protection of whales, dolphins and their environment.
 

Wildlife Trust of India 
www.wildlifetrustofindia.org

Wildlife Trust of India is a conservation organisation, committed to crisis management and the provision of quick, efficient aid.

Mountain Forum
www.mtnforum.org

The Mountain Forum is a network empowering mountain supporters by providing an opportunity to share lessons from the field, and bring these into policy discussions.

Nepal 's Department of Wildlife and Forest Conservation
http://www.south-asia.com/dnpwc/intro.htm
 
The Department works to conserve and manage the wildlife heritage of the mountain kingdom of Nepal .

Crocodilians - Natural History and Conservation
www.crocodilian.com
 
The crocodile site with information on different species, their biology and conservation, how they talk, and even their captive care.
 

True Food Network
www.truefoodnow.org
 
The True Food Network is a free service from Greenpeace, to connect consumers who want to take action to end the use of genetically engineered ingredients in our foods.
 

American Journal of Botany
www.amjbot.org
 
Covers research on all aspects of plant biology - from plant morphology and palaeobotany to genetics and molecular biology.

Alameda County Waste Management Authority
www.stopwaste.org 
Run by a local county government in California , this is exemplary of community action in the neighbourhood advocating recycling measures.

Wildlife Heritage Trust of Sri Lanka
www.wht.org
 
WHT is a non-profit organization which serves primarily a vehicle for biodiversity exploration, research and direct conservation activity.

Endangered Species Coalition
www.stopextinction.org
 
US-based organisation that advocates the use of education, scientific information and public participation in decisions affecting the fate of threatened and endangered species. 

Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy
www.jiwlp.com
 
The Journal addresses legal and political issues concerning the human race's interrelationship with and management of wildlife species, their habitats, and the biosphere.  

World Commission on Dams
www.dams.org
 
The World Commission on Dams is a focussed, independent think tank set up to look at the good, the bad and the ugly impacts of dams around the world.  

UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre 
www.unep-wcmc.org/
 
The site provides information for policy and action to conserve the living world. Their programmes concentrate on species, forests, protected areas and other aspects of biodiversity assessment.  

Food and Agriculture Organisation
www.fao.org
 
The website of the UN FAO provides useful statistics on production, trade, food balance sheets, land use and irrigation, forest and fishery products etc.

World Bank
www.worldbank.org
 
Check this site to keep aware of various projects that the organisation is involved in, the latest reports and their operations and policies. Read between the lines...

World Resources Institute
www.wri.org/
An environmental information portal, WRI's mission is to move human society to live in ways that protect Earth’s environment for current and future generations. 

Exxon Valdez: Legacy of an oil spill
www.oilspill.state.ak.us
 
This site, by the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council, provides information about the impacts of the oil spill, the injury and recovery of fish, wildlife, and people.
 

World Wildlife Fund
www.worldwildlife.org/
 
Known worldwide by its panda logo, WWF is a premier conservation organisation dealing with environmental protection and development-related issues.
 

Wildlife Institute of India
www.wii.gov.in
 
WII research projects are conducted across the country and are the primary source of scientific data to aid conservation. With access to papers and articles, it is a useful site to learn about training programmes.
 

Conservation International
www.conservation.org
 
Conservation International uses science, economics, policy and community involvement to promote biodiversity and conservation in tropical rainforests and other endangered ecosystems worldwide.

CITES
www.cites.org
 
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) came into force on July 1, 1975 to help curb the wildlife trade and help protect species against exploitation for trade.  

Institute for Global Communications - EcoNet
www.igc.org/igc/gateway/enindex.html

EcoNet was the world's first computer network dedicated to environmental preservation and sustainability. IGC strategically uses technology to enable international co-operation on issues.

Maharashtra  

Nature Conservation Society, Amravati
Contact: Mr. Nishikant Kale/Mr. Kishor Rithe
Address: 'Pratishtha', Bharat Nagar, Akoli Road , Near Sainagar,
               
Amravati - 444 605, Maharashtra .
Telephone: 0721-2267 3434/ 2251 0359
E-mail:  niwaka@rediffmail.com ; kishorrithe@yahoo.com


The Satpuda Foundation
Contact: Mr. Kishor Rithe  
Address: 'Pratishtha', Bharat Nagar, Akoli Road , Near Sainagar,
               Amravati - 444 605, Maharashtra .  
Telephone: 0721-2251 1966 (O)/ 9422157123 (Mobile)
E-mail: satpuda_found@yahoo.com  

Parisar
Contact: Mr. Sujit Patwardhan
Address: "Yamuna", ICS Colony, Ganeshkhind Road ,
                 Pune - 411 007, Maharashtra .  
Telephone: 020-2553 7955  
E-mail: sujit@vsnl.com

Econet
Contact: Mr. Vijay Paranjpe
Address: Durga, 92/2 Erandwane,
               Pune - 411 004.  

Kalpavriksh
Contact: Madhulika Goyal
Address: Apt. 5 , Sree Dutta Krupa, 908 Deccan Gymkhana,
               Pune - 411 004, Maharashtra .  
Telephone: 020-2567 5450  
Telefax: 020-2565 4239  
E-mail: kalpavriksh@vsnl.net ; kvriksh@vsnl.com  

Gomukh
Contact: Mr. Sumeel Waman, Executive Director
Address: Durga, 92/2 Gangote Path, Opp. Kamla Nehru Park ,
               Erandawane,  Pune - 411 004.  
Telephone: 0212-2373324
Fax: 0212-2331250

Dr. Yashwant Moreshwar Sarvajanik Shaikshanik Trust
Contact: Dr. Bhau Mandavkar
Address: Kalamb, Yavatmal - 445 401, Maharashtra .

 
Veterinarians:

Pet Practitioners Association of Mumbai (PPAM)
President: Dr. Chandrakant C. Wakankar (E-mail: dr_chand@vsnl.com )
B-28/0:1, Sector 3  
Sanpada, Navi Mumbai 400 705
India
Tel: +91 22 7634025
Fax: +91 22 7687311
E-mail: lmn_vet@vsnl.com
Website: http://ppamindia.tripod.com

World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA)
Contact: Dr. Umesh Karkare (WSAVA Representative)  
Kalpana, Plot No. 338,  
12th Road  
Madhupark, Khar (West)
Mumbai, 400 052  
India  
Tel: +91 22 6483199
Mob: 9820147546  
Fax: +91 22 6555605
E-mail: trixy@bom8.vsnl.net.in
 
Dr. Chariar (Ace Mobile Pets Clinic):
5, Laxmi Niwas  
Opp. Rly. Stn,
Thane  
Tel: 25425975
Mob: 9323922108
 

Dr. Telang – 24090034
Dr. Gowri – 24444650, 9322260067
Dr. Raj – 9322289370

 
Plant & Animals Welfare Society (P.A.W.S) – Rescue & rehabilitation of stray & wild Animals/Birds, Ambulance Service for animals in Distress, Animal Clinic for stray animals Vegetarianism, Awareness Animal Birth Control Agency, Legal court cases & police cases to protect rights of animals, Pigeon Shelter
Contact: Mr. Nilesh Bhanage (Hon. Gen. Secretary & Founder Trustee)
A-14, Savitri Sadan, Dr. Mukharji Road ,  
Dombivli (East) 421201, India .  
Mobile : 9820161114
E-mails: animalwelfare@rediffmail.com ; pawsdombivli@indiatimes.com ; call9820161114@rediffmail.com

PAWS - Plant & Animals Welfare Society – Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation; Treatment of Injured animals on the roadside; Educating Students on animal welfare; Organising Anti - Rabies Vaccination for strays, etc.; snake rescue, injured bird treatment. Area of Work: Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane Area.
Contact: Mr. Sunish Subramanyam
Shiv-Shakti, Patkar Compound
Gamdevi Road
Bhandup (West)
Mumbai 400 078
Tel: 25968314
Mob: 09833480388 (Sunish Subramanyam)
Email: pawsmumbai@indiatimes.com ; animalvoice@rediffmail.com  

PAWS activities:
1) First Aid for Sick injured Stray Animals
2) Ambulance Service
3) Cattle Health check-up & Vaccination Camps, Cattle Rescue
4) Veganism
5) Tree Plantation & Environment Protection
6) Captive Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation
6) Sterilisation & Vaccinations for small stray animals
7) Education, Awareness & Training Program on animal welfare
8) Inspectorate
9) Adoptions & Re-homing
10) Newsletter Service
 
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PeTA) – Animal Rights, Vegetarianism, no ambulance
Contact: Anuradha Sawhney (Chief Functionary: 9820122602- AVOID CALLING HER DIRECTLY)
P O Box 28260 , Juhu
Mumbai 400 049
Tel: 26281880/79
Fax: 26281883

Or

Peta India
301 West Wind II,
Gandhigram Road ,
Juhu,
Mumbai 400 049
E-mail: petaindia@peta-online.org   
Website: www.petaindia.com 

All India Animal Welfare Association (AIAWA) – shelter; also conducts sterilization of cats, which is necessary for rabies eradication under animal birth control programme.
Contact: Jigeesha Thakur
Dr. E Moses Road
Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat
Mahalaxmi (East)
Mumbai 400011
Phone: 23094077
Fax: 24930776
E-mail: aiawaindia@hotmail.com
Website: www.aiawaindia.org

Ahimsa – Stray animals, Vegetarianism, Rescue
Maker Bhavan No. 1,
2nd Floor, 1, New Marine Lines
Mumbai 400 020
Tel: 22624542, 25773549
Fax: 22624551
E-mail: susi@giasbm01.vsnl.net.in
 

Ahimsa Hospital – Active Compassion Unlimited, dogs, ahimsa = non-violence; abc program- animal birth control; shelter; sterilisation centre
Contact: Praful Shah (28823742)  
BMC Cattle Compound  
Ramchandra Lane Extension
Link Road  
Near Movie Time Cinema
Satpada, Evershine Nagar
Malad (W)
Mumbai 400064
Tel: 28802682, 28821972
 
Ahinsa Charitable Trust – Vegetarianism
115/116 High Tech Industrial Centre
Caves Road
Jogeshwari (East)
Mumbai 400 060
Tel: 28379691, 28397966
 
Viniyog Parivaar – Animal Rights, Legal Aspects
B-2, Vaibhav Building ,
Jambli Gully, Borivali (west)
Mumbai 400 092
Tel: 28980749, 28991781
Fax: 28991781
Email: vinyog@vsnl.com

Welfare of Stray Dogs (WSD) – Stray Dogs, Pet Adoption, free sterilisation centre, onsite first aid till Andheri and Sion; immunisation; awareness; 150 sterilisations/ month, takes the lead on stray dog issues; gives guidelines to those interested in starting an animal welfare org or running sterilisation programs
Contact: Abodh Aras (9819100808 / 23891070)
C/o Akanksha,
Voltas House 'C' , T. B. Kadam Marg
Chinchpokli , Mumbai 400 033
Tel: 23733433, 23891070
Email: wsd@rediffmail.com ; abodh@yahoo.com  


Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals – Animal Welfare, Vet Services, Rescue ambulance, accident cases only, 250 animals in hospital, sterilization, have police powers, certifies animal welfare officers
Contact person: B. D. Khole
Dr.S. S. Rao Rd. ,
Near Mahatma Gandhi Hospital ,
Parel,
Mumbai 400 012
Tel.:  24137518, 24137518 (Smita), 24135285 (Hospital Manager), 24133598 ( Sur. ), 24168381 (Med.)
Fax: 24135434, 24131007
Email: bombayspca@vsnl.net ; bspca@vethelplineindia.com  
 
Thane SPCA
Contact: Shakuntala Majumdar
Tel: 9322271966

In Defence of Animals – Rescue, Vet services
Contact person: Pooja Sathe (9820596903) / Goodicia (9821074659)
7, Shanti Kunj,
124 Hindu Colony,
5th lane, Dadar,
Mumbai 400 022
Tel: 24142195, 2414 3412, 56268028
Email: samoo@bom5.vsnl.net.in  
Website: www.indefenceofanimals.org

IDA – Animal Birth Control & Health Care Centre
Contact: Sudnya Patkar (24142195 / 24143412)
Near Deonar Colony,
Bainganwadi
Deonar
Mumbai 400 088
Tel: 25566795
 
Plant and Animal Lovers Society (PALS) – Pets, First aid, sterilisation, rescue, rehab
C/o Dr. Sillo Bhagwager,
2, Ferena, Opposite Fariyas Hotel,
Colaba, Mumbai 400 005
Tel : 22832955
Email: silloob@vsnl.com
 
Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) – Wildlife
Hornbill House
Dr. Salim Ali Chowk
Shaheed Bhagat Singh Road
Mumbai 400 023
Tel: 2282 1811
Fax: 2283 7615
Email: bnhs@bom4.vsnl.net.in
Website: www.bnhs.org   

Sanctuary Asia (Magazine) – Wildlife, Environment
602, Maker Chambers
V Nariman Point
Mumbai 400 021
Tel: 22830061/81
Fax: 22874380
E-mail: sanctuary@vsnl.com
Website: www.sanctuaryasia.com

The Vegetarian Society – Vegetarianism
114-A Mittal Court,
Nariman Point
Mumbai 400 021
Tel: 22855755/56
Website: www.vegsocmumbai.org  
 

Stray Dog Lovers Association (Voice of the Animals in Distress)
G 20, RH-V,
Sector VI, Vashi,
New Mumbai 400703
Tel: 27662784
 
Shree Vardhaman Jivadaya
C/o Ashok General Stores,
200, 3rd Khumbarwada,
Somji Building ,
Mumbai 400004
Tel: 23866568, 23888893
Fax: 23850158

The Bombay Humanitarian League
Dayamandir, 123/127,
Mumbadevi Road ,
2nd floor,
Mumbai 400 023
Maharashtra , India .
Tel: 23446024
 
Beauty Without Cruelty - Mumbai Centre
Pallonji Mansion, 43 Cuffe Parade
Mumbai 400 005
Email: info@bwcindia.org  
Website: www.bwcindia.org  

DDS - Dharma Donkey Sanctuary – Shelter at Nanded
Contact: Suraj Patwa (9820206320), Kumar Bodas (shelter in-charge: 93713208711)
C/o Neha Exports
3266 Sunderbaug Estate, Sunderbaug Lane
L. B. S. Marg
Kurla (W)
Mumbai 400 070
Tel: 25022965, 30945097
Fax: 25022966 
Email: info@dharmadonkeysanctuary.org  (general queries) ; help@dharmadonkeysanctuary.org  (for help) ; jatin48@yahoo.com
Website: www.dharmadonkeysanctuary.org    

Sharan – Sanctuary for Health and Reconnection to Animals and Nature
Contact: Nandita Shah
22 Matru Chhaya
70 Marine Drive
Mumbai 400 020
Tel: 22814949
Email: nandita_shah@vsnl.com

SPROUTS – wildlife research, environmental, international zoo educator, bird nest boxes
Contact: Anand Pendharkar (9820140254)
Andheri (E), Mumbai
Email: zans_kar@yahoo.co.uk
 
Worldwide Fund for Nature (formerly World Wildlife Fund) – Nearly 88 nature clubs in schools and colleges associated with WWF take part in their regular talks, films and slide shows as well as field trips near Mumbai city. The Panda Bulletin and the nature camps to various sanctuaries are part of the benefits for members. Training camps help volunteers learn the basics of conservation. During Mahashivratri, for example, these volunteers organise the crowds that pour into the Sanjay Gandhi National Park , and during Nagpanchami, awareness is created about the ill-treatment of snakes. Annual activities like tree planting and beach clean-ups are also carried out.
Contact: Kedar Gore, Senior Education Officer
204, National Insurance Bldg.,
2nd Flr, Opp. Central Camera
Dadabhoy Naoroji Rd ,
Fort, Mumbai 400 001
Tel.: 22078105, 22071970, 22035492
Fax: 2207 6037
Email: wwfbombay@vsnl.com ; kgore@wwfindia.net
Website: www.wwfindia.org

“Karuna” -for animals in distress is an NGO working for the welfare of animals . The main activity of "Karuna" is to provide free of charge on the spot treatment to sick and injured stray animals by qualified vets, through mobile animal clinics . The NGO is also involved in rescues and rehabilitation, awareness and law enforcement, promotes ideologies of "Vegetarianism" and "Jivdaya". 

"Karuna" also manages "Animal Helpline"-9819 100 100, for the benefit of animals. 

Physical add- 3. Mukti Niwas, V.P.Road, Andheri (w), Mumbai-400 058
Phone- 022-26701413, 9819 100 100
Web- www.karunaforanimals.com 
Email: aadad_a@yahoo.com

 
ALAS – Animal Lovers Association Society – emergency van with 125 drugs.
Contact: Bhavin Gathani (9820476622)
Jaykar Smurti, Shop no. 55
Aarey Road
Opp Rajasthan Hall
Goregaon [W]
Mumbai 400 062
Tel: 28763856
Mob: 9820319842
Fax: 28761313
Email: alas1313@yahoo.co.in     
Provide free services to stray animals which include on the spot medical & surgical treatment.  

Bahena – All animals and birds, have ambulance, runs a jeevdaya trust but no shelter. Cover areas of Thane, Mulund, Bhandup, Vikroli, Kanjurmarg
Contact: Dinesh Visariya
Telecast, RRT Road
Near Canara Bank
Mulund (W)
Mumbai 400 080
Tel: 25673838 / 25654949
Emergency number: 1919
Mob: 9322213877
Fax: 25690202
Email: smit@bahena.org
Website: www.bahena.org  

Animal Welfare Association – since 1992, sterilisations, sick dogs treated, feeds 300 dogs/day, ambulance
Contact: Renu Rai
601 Samanya society
Plot no.13
Kharghar
Navi Mumbai 410 210
Tel: 2756 2275
Mob: 9322297720
Email: raivarsha@yahoo.com  
 
Nature & Animal Care Foundation
Contact: Dharmesh Solanki, (Hon. Secy.: 9821215661, dharmeshs@vsnl.net)
104/106 Meghji Bldg, 'C' Block, Room 3 / 35,
Wallace flour Mills
Shivdas Champsi Marg
Mumbai 400 009
Email:  nacfmumbai@yahoo.co.uk  
 

People For Animals
Contact: Diana Mehta (22027059)
C/o P.N. Mehta & Co.,
3rd Floor, Thomas Cook Bldg,
D.N. Road ,
Mumbai 400 001
Tel: 56242112, 9821215661
Email: info@pfamumbai.org
Website: www.peopleforanimals.org

Zawareh Daruwala – Rescues and trains pedigree dogs to be guard dogs
604-C Lakshmi Niwas
Lady Jehangir Road
Dadar
Mumbai 400 014
Tel: 24120433
 
Vatsalya
A proposed shelter for animals in rural area of Karjat region.At present holding first aid medical camps in villages of Karjat region. Recognized by Animal Welfare Board of India . Donation to the trust are exempted under Section 80/G.
Contact: Jigeesha Thakur
E/14, Venus Apartments,
R.G. Thandani Marg,
Worli, Mumbai 400 018.
Email: jigeeshae14@hotmail.com

 
INDIVIDUALS WORKING FOR ANIMAL WELFARE:

Saraswati Joshi – 26832110
Nilofer – 9820871735
Samit Debsikdar (former SPAN member) – 9821224791
Bhai Tarkar (Snake Catcher) – Tel: 25676231

DOG TRAINER / DOG TRAINER’S COURSE:

Canines Can Care (Assistance Dogs for the Physically Challenged). Services Provided: Own animal, Train handler, Take donations, Apprenticeship, Children (based on maturity of child).
Contact: Shirin Merchant
806 G, Empire Mahal,
Khodadad; Circle,
Dadar, Mumbai 400014
Phone: 24148576.
Fax: 24148283.
Email: K9cancare@hotmail.com

 
KENNEL CLUBS:
 
Mumbai Kennel Club
Contact: Mr Uday Kulkarni (Hon.Sec)
19B, Santhal Bldg,
ONGC Complex,
Bandra Reclamation
Mumbai -400050 India
Ph: 91-(0)22-6431710
Fax: 91-(0)22-6410544
 

Indian National Kennel Club – magazine on dogs, Canine Review
Contact: Mrs. Ratty P Javeri (Secretary)
Home: 22029106
Mobile : 9820141328
Email: phirozejaveri@vsnl.com

Mumbai Canine Club
– affiliated to Kennel Club of India, animal dog shows and pet shows, encourages good dog ownership, 400 members, promoting Indian breeds, not NGO
Contact: Mr. R. C.Lingam, Mahesh Chaudhary
5/A Sham Dham
Opp. Sion Railway Station
Sion (W)
Mumbai 400022
Phone 24076005, 24096762
Email: abracadabrakennels@hotmail.com

Bombay Presidency Kennel Club
Contact: Sheila Naharwar (Hon Secretary)
9 Garden Homes, 1st Road
Khar (W)
Mumbai 400 052
Phone: 26000146
Email: bpkc1924@vsnl.net ; secretary@bpkconline.org  
Website: www.bpkconline.org