Save Birds of Delhi!!!

Wildlife Rescue is a Delhi-based NGO that has been treating and rehabilitating injured birds, especially birds of prey, for over a decade and a half. Spearheaded by two brothers from Old Delhi, Nadeem Shehzad and Muhammad Saud, Wildlife Rescue runs a bird shelter in Wazirabad, North Delhi. The organisation has a veterinarian and two bird care taker staff, and they treat injured birds and rehabilitate them back into the wild!

Every year, thousands of Delhiwallahs take to flying paper kites in the run-up to Independence day! This tradition of patang bazi uses manjha thread, which is a thread crusted with crushed glass, acts like hanging swords that maim these birds in flight. In Delhi the kite flying is not limited to the Independence Day, but goes round the year. Wildlife Rescue receives birds which are in need of surgeries through out the year.  

When the wing of the bird gets severed by the razor sharp thread of the kite, the wound does not only needs to be healed but also needs a reconstruction of the all muscles, tendons and skin effected. A properly reconstructed wing results in near perfect flight which is a need for a bird to survive in the wild.
Wildlife Rescue has specialization in surgically repairing the cut wounds in the wings. The repair technique is the one of the most advanced in the world and was presented at the NWRA Symposium 2018 in Los Angeles, California, USA.  

In order to help these hapless birds, Wildlife Rescue  tirelessly carries out collection of birds of prey from various bird and veterinary hospitals in Delhi. For several years, Wildlife Rescue has been running on the personal funds of Nadeem and Saud, and intermittent donations from friends and their known ones. However, as the number of birds have crossed over 2200 per year (most of them raptors), since 2010, Wildlife Rescue has attended more than 14,000 birds. Wildlife Rescue cannot sustain itself without adequate finances. Please donate to Wildlife Rescue to help ensure that we continue to rescue, treat and rehabilitate birds and let them soar free!   

Right now we are accepting donations from India only, if someone from outside India wants to donate then kindly write to us at wildliferescue.delhi@gmail.com

Please visit our Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/wildliferescue.india/

Some of our stories
Al - Jazeera
https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/inpictures/2014/05/pictures-treating-delhi-birds--2014515142722529736.html

Audubon Society
https://www.audubon.org/news/in-india-two-brothers-are-saving-black-kites-surprising-foe-paper-kites

10,000 Birds
http://www.10000birds.com/?s=Nadeem&doing_wp_cron=1531324513.4327991008758544921875

Amazing Indians

Please support Wildlife Rescue for next 6 months
 
Our Work Covered in BBC Wildlife Magzine and is on Cover Page!
Our Work Covered in BBC Wildlife Magzine and is on Cover Page!
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Newspaper Coverage
Newspaper & Magzines Coverage
Newspaper & Magzines Coverage
Awards
Awards
Wildlife Rescue's consistent work for bird welfare in the news!
Wildlife Rescue's consistent work for bird welfare in the news!
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10th August 2018
The funds raised will be utilized for paying the salaries of our paid staff working at our facility.

For updates please visit our Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/wildliferescue.india/

Some of our cases for the past few days are

A Sparrow Hawk (Shikra) rescued


Its release video can be watched at our Facebook page
Its picture after release.


A kite with a maggot infested wound, under maggot wound management procedure at our facility.


After removal of the maggots


A baby crow rescued


Our staff climbed to a electricity pole to nest it in a foster parents' nest


The baby at the nest




Please like our Facebook page for updates on our work.
https://www.facebook.com/wildliferescue.india/​​​
The funds raised will be utilized for paying the salaries of our paid staff working at our facility.

For updates please visit our Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/wildliferescue.india/

Some of our cases for the past few days are

A Sparrow Hawk (Shikra) rescued


Its release video can be watched at our Facebook page
Its picture after release.


A kite with a maggot infested wound, under maggot wound management procedure at our facility.


After removal of the maggots


A baby crow rescued


Our staff climbed to a electricity pole to nest it in a foster parents' nest


The baby at the nest




Please like our Facebook page for updates on our work.
https://www.facebook.com/wildliferescue.india/​​​
16th July 2018
Kite flying has been increased as 15 August is near and a lot of kite flying materials are available in more and more stores.
We are getting an increased number of cut wound birds.

Like this Black Kite which was wounded by a paper kite thread

 

The surgeries are underway at our facility to save the lives of these birds.
Our state of the art surgical procedure help in reconstruction of the wing which ultimately leads to a flawless flight of the recovered bird 

 

A proper bandage is what is required for a better recovery.



The bird is on its way to recovery and soon it will be on its way back home!



Please support our work by donating to our cause and help these birds fly free this Independence Day!!! 
Kite flying has been increased as 15 August is near and a lot of kite flying materials are available in more and more stores.
We are getting an increased number of cut wound birds.

Like this Black Kite which was wounded by a paper kite thread

 

The surgeries are underway at our facility to save the lives of these birds.
Our state of the art surgical procedure help in reconstruction of the wing which ultimately leads to a flawless flight of the recovered bird 

 

A proper bandage is what is required for a better recovery.



The bird is on its way to recovery and soon it will be on its way back home!



Please support our work by donating to our cause and help these birds fly free this Independence Day!!! 
11th July 2018
Wildlife Rescue needs funds for running costs as they are not being able to support its running from what donations they are getting.



For the running costs for the next 6 months, the time given for the fundraising should be ample.


Wildlife Rescue needs funds for running costs as they are not being able to support its running from what donations they are getting.



For the running costs for the next 6 months, the time given for the fundraising should be ample.


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Rs.22,700
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Beneficiary: Wildlife Rescue info_outline
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