WRRC

Meet the herd

Captive elephants have been an integral part of India’s religious culture, but in the past few years, this idea has been exploited more for its commercial value, resulting in horrific training and keeping conditions.

Rescue stories

WRRC receives over 100 animals from about 40 species every month and almost an equal number are released back into the wild after treatment.

Give to animals

Your donations go toward the operations of the rehabilitation centre; toward veterinary medicine, animal food, staff salaries, facility maintenance, and for our wildlife advocacy and outreach activities.

Our rescue centers

To report injured wild animals,
Please call +91 80 2294 7307/ 7317 or
send an email to rescue@wrrcindia.org


Together we can change this world.

Together we can change this world.


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  • Our Day Of ‘Wise Selfishness’ – A Visit To The Wildlife Rescue And Rehabilitation Centre, Bangalore

As part of BankBazaar’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, a few employees recently visited the Wildlife Rescue And Rehabilitation Centre (WRRC), Bangalore. A...

  • December 1, 2017

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  • 7 Reasons Why Wildlife Is On The Decline Around Bengaluru

The kite was very patient. I was instructed to hold him gently, his wings and talons folded in a way...

  • April 21, 2017

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  • Elephant with wounds on feet gets pair of shoes

Shoes come in different shapes and sizes, but this jumbo-sized pair, literally made for an elephant, was meant to achieve...

  • December 1, 2016

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Our Partners

WRRC is a public charitable trust. We are completely dependent on donations from the public and from progressive institutions and corporations. We express deep gratitude to the following organisations for their generous support