Srinagar: In an effort to help wild animals in distress and mitigate human-wildlife conflict, Wildlife SOS has launched a 24-hour helpline in Jammu & Kashmir. In the short time since its launch, the helpline has already rescued over 60 animals in distress!
With rapid habitat fragmentation, climate change and urbanization the wild inhabitants of Jammu & Kashmir are being forced to venture out of their natural habitats, often coming into conflict with residents of Kashmir Valley. To address the problems of wildlife conflict in urban spaces and rescue animals in distress, wildlife conservation NGO, Wildlife SOS has launched the rescue helpline.. Headed by Wildlife SOS' only female rescuer, Aaliya Mir, the helpline has already rescued over 60 animals in distress! If you come across any wild animal that is injured, sick or in distress, please alert the Wildlife SOS rescue team on these numbers (+91-7006692300, +91-9419778280)
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