India Animal Rescue: Massive Flooding Endangers Thousands of Animals
IFAW Emergency Relief Responder Wit Davis.
Emergency Relief Responders from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) have traveled to India following massive flooding that has destroyed roads, villages, livestock and killed a number of people.
The Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), The Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) and IFAW are working together to help aid marooned and injured animals during this emergency.
Reports below are from Wit Davis and Michael Booth, two members of IFAW's ER Responder team. These teams respond to crises around the world to rescue pets and animals in danger.
August 29, 2007: Rare Big Cat Sighting in India's Manas National Park
August 29, 2007: Indian's Manas Vaccination Camp - Digest 8/24-8/28
August 28, 2007: India's Manas: A national park with a turbulent past
August 26, 2007: Indian Flooding Update - Breakfast Baby Elephant Style
August 25, 2007: On the Road Near Kaziranga - India Update
Augsut 25, 2007: Hyacinth, Hyacinth Everywhere and no Water to Drink
Augsut 24, 2007: Indian Flooding Update - Stuck!
August 22, 2007: Working Our Way to the Indian Floods
August 10, 2007: IFAW ER Team Heading to Pacific to Aid in Flood Relief
Photos from this relief effort are available IFAW Global Rescue Photo Gallery.