Category Archives: WildCER

10th Nagpur Bird Race

10th Nagpur Bird Race 2016 will be organized by Wild-CER on 7th February 2016 being . The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (HSBC) and Yuhina Eco-Media, along with Conservation organization Wild-CER, (Society for Wildlife Conservation, Education and Research), are organizing Nagpur Bird Race, a unique program in Nagpur Read More

Cambridge University student visits Wild-CER for assessment of bird conservation network in India

A Research student of Cambridge, UK is conducting an assessment of IBCN partners in India. Miss Odacy Davis who is pursuing her M. Phil. in conservation leadership visited Nagpur and interacted with members of Wild –CER. She discussed various issues of conservation at international level and shared her experiences with Read More

Wild-CER treated hundreds of birds from the destroyed heronary

  In a heart rendering incident, villagers at Daheli in Chandrapur district, Maharashtra cut down 9 tamarind trees due to foul smelling of the droppings of the birds. Hundreds of nests of cattle egret, little egret, Intermediate egrets, open billed stork and little cormorants were destroyed in this incident.

First report of Hyalomma tick infestation on Mottled wood owl (Strix ocellata)

A mottled wood owl (Strix ocellata) was rescued in February 2015 and brought to Critical Care Unit of Society for Wildlife Conservation, Education and Research (Wild-CER). Mottled wood owl (Strix ocellata) is a resident species of peninsular India and prefers open wooded areas around factories, villages and cultivation.

e bird workshop organized successfully

Wild-CER and Bird Count India ( organised a workshop on eBird ( and bird monitoring on 2nd January 2015. Rohit Chakravarty demonstrated how to use eBird, a global internet-based checklist cialis luxembourg program, to keep track of your records and how your observations improve our understanding of birds. He gave Read More

Egyptian vulture treated successfully at Wild-CER critical care unit An Egyptian vulture was rescued from Manewada area of Nagpur, Maharashtra state on 3rd February 2015. The bird was severely dehydrated, weak and was unable to stand on its own, when it was first observed. Therefore it was immediately transferred to Critical Care Unit of Wild-CER. Forest department personnel Read More

Dr. Bahar Baviskar awarded with Wildlife Conservation Award 2014

Dr. Bahar Baviskar, President, Wild-CER was awarded with the Wildlife Conservation Award 2014 by Forest Minister Shri. Sudhir Mungantiwar in a function organized by Vanrai Foundation in Nagpur, Maharashtra for his services of treating orphan/injured wild animals and birds.

9th Nagpur Bird Race 2015 organized successfully by Wild-CER

The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (HSBC) and Yuhina Eco-Media, along with conservation organization Society for Wildlife Conservation, Education and Research (Wild-CER) organized 9th Nagpur bird race on 4th January 2015 successfully.

Dr. Satish Pande delivering lecture on Owls Dr. Satish Pande delivering lecture on this page the topic “OWL” which was organized by Society for Wildlife Conservation, Education cialis generique and Research (Wild-CER) at Nagpur on 23rd August 2014.

Wild-CER provides Animal helpline for “Wild” in Nagpur