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June 08, 2022
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Notorious for being unskilled hunters, but famous for gracefully aligning with urbanisation over the years - Black Kites. Magnificent birds of prey, in hues of dark rufous-brown, soaring and circling in the thermals over the urban skylines, are often misunderstood for their lesser adaptive counterpart (the eagle).
May 23, 2022
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Known as ‘rocks with legs’, turtles and tortoises have long been exploited as species for reasons that are mainly frivolous.
April 24, 2022
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Happiest outdoors, Naresh Chandak is a senior rescuer at RESQ. Prior to joining RESQ he worked as an adventure and wildlife expert.
April 11, 2022
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Abhishek Swami is the Senior Rehabilitator at the RESQ Wildlife TTC and is absolutely hands-on with his work
April 03, 2022
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Sayli Pilane, a fearless and adventurous girl from Mulshi, literally grew up in the outdoors and learnt how to catch snakes at a very tender age.
March 29, 2022
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RESCUE. It’s not just a verb, it’s a promise.
March 27, 2022
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Our Genie in a RESQ T-Shirt, Balendra Singh Parihar, fondly known as Balan, is known to be one of the most dependable humans of RESQ.
March 21, 2022
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Dr. Sushrut at RESQ is a second-generation veterinarian from Amravati, who grew up spending time around animals while accompanying his father at work.
March 08, 2022
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Jyoti Swami, grew up in Sangli and always felt passionate about wanting to work with animals. She would rescue injured and distressed animals from the roadsides and nurse them back to health in her home balcony, purely using her instincts and a little help from friends.
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