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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).
June 03, 2022
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When you follow your passion, it leads you to a happy place. Read on to know Nachiket's journey that brought him to RESQ.
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.
May 15, 2022
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Our man of numbers and meticulous keeper of the accounts. Read on and get to know, Shreyas Dudhgaokar
May 09, 2022
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Read on to learn why Pallavi Gowda, manager of RESQ Domestic Animals Recovery and Rehabilitation Centre would have liked to be, a mongoose.
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.
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