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Wildlife Conservation of India (WCI)

 

Wildlife Conservation is part of Ecology Conservation is the branch of ecology and evolutionary biology that deals with the preservation and management of biodiversity and natural resources. It's goal is to find ways to conserve species, habitats, landscapes, and ecosystems as quickly, as efficiently, and as economically as possible.Biodiversity, is the variability of living things that makes up life on Earth.


About Wildlife Conservation of India   

Wildlife Conservation of India is a non profit organisation based in Chennai, India. Rathika Ramasamy, wildlife photographer, founder of Wildlife Conservation of India. She has been into wildlife photography for the last 17 years, conducted 100+ workshops, talks about wildlife  & conservation. She decided to reach more people. She started, Students for Nature Clicks (SFNC) program, WCI regularly hosts  free nature and wildlife photography awareness talks and workshops for school and college students. With pandemic time, the program is conducted at  zoom webinar sessions.

 

Our Mission and Vision

1.Share knowledge of environmental issues and create awareness about wildlife and their conservation.

2.Create awareness about importance and conservation of wildlife & birds.

3.School kids, college students encourage bird activity near their own place/town.

4.Dissemination of knowledge of urban habitat wildlife/birds.

5.Conducting free Nature/Wildlife workshops for students.

6.Learning the importance of biodiversity and sustainability.

7.It is time to strengthen our relationship with Mother Earth.

 We should all learn how to live well in harmony with Nature.

 

Our Motto
Save Nature for the Future.

 

Contacts : Email id : [email protected]


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WCI Team and Volunteers
 

 

OUR UPCOMING PROGRAMS

 

Students for Nature Clicks (SFNC)

 

Wildlife Photography Talks/Webinars

 

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