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Conservation of Native Wildlife in the Eastern Ghats Region

The Eastern Ghats Wildlife Society (EGWS) is a non-profit organization that promotes community-based wildlife conservation in the Eastern Ghats region of South India through education, conservation-oriented research, public participation, institutional capacity building and sustainable development. It is registered under the Andhra Pradesh Societies Registration Act, 2001 and under section – 12A and 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961, and therefore all contributions are tax exempt.

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Our Featured Services

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Human-Wildlife Conflict Resolution

We engage multiple stakeholders in addressing conservation conflicts by applying conservation conflict transformation (CCT) principles to resolve human-wildlife negative interactions. We successfully designed and implemented the “Snake Savior” program which became an effective initiative to empower communities, conserve king cobras and keep people safe.

Conservation Action

We implement species conservation programs to protect vulnerable habitats and populations of lesser-known extant species in the eastern ghats region by addressing the human-induced threats and assisting the wildlife authorities through a multi-stakeholder engagement approach. We offer resources and services for institutional capacity building and community empowerment.

Wildlife Interpretation and Education

We specialize in conceptualization, content development, and designing interpretive exhibits like photo-text panels, dioramas, interactives and educational materials aimed at sensitizing public about the need to conserve our natural resources. We aim to provide enhanced knowledge to the public from all walks of life on species conservation and the vital linkages for survival of mankind.


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