As we have identified 23 Blue Bull (Nilghai) during our last survey, last week it was amazing that our survey team noticed 28 female and 5 male Nilghais inside the Dhanusha Protected Forest which indicates the return of some isolated Nilghais from nearby areas, which was before inside the DPF and escaped from poaching. This positive return of Nilghais indicates the safety and protection of DPF in the hands of MWT and FD. Also MWT is trying to relocate some more Nilghais from nearby areas as per the information received from villagers. Helping hands can donate in kind for this program to save a life.
Nilghai group from DPF
Nilghia groups staring to our survey team.
Isolated four female Nilghais insid the DPF
Isolated Male Nilghai inside the DPF
After the immense care and love of MWT team, Barn owl was released to its habitat of darkness from MWT office. After 25 days of treatment and care for its injured wing and leg, MWT team successfully released him in the wild. We were giving him practice inside our office for the last two weeks and today evening he was free from all barriers. Thanks to all our helping hands. We expect more helping hands from national and international to our rescue and rehabilitation programs which works at 24 hours x 365 days.
Happiness & Love of Barn Owl towards MWT and Herpetologist Mr. Mavish. before release.
After the restless care and treatment given by the MWT team, Lesser Adjutant Stork left the soul from the earth. Though human being has lot of other way for his lively hood, he still hunts these speechless creature for his fun and game. The only way of checking such ridiculous activity of humans, is the implementation of strict and strong wildlife laws throughout Nepal without any humanity.
End of a life….
Volunteers Mr Santhosh & Mukesh measuring the wing span of died Stork.
Measuring the height of died Stork
Its an happy news for MWT and Speechless creatures that number of rescue calls increases day by day. Yesterday we received three rescue calls of which two were Cat Snake and one Rat Snake. One of the Cat Snake as mildly injured and is under treatment in MWT office.
Rescued B.trigonata (Cat Snake) in Safe hand of MWT
Rescued Rat Snake with our Rescuer Mr.R.K. Mandal.
After the treatment and feeding of MWT team, stork is trying to come back to his life. Still our team is not sure of saving of his life as its body is getting weaker. Let us hope for the best. Helping hands can contribute to our organization for rescue and rehabilitation programs. Please be free to visit our site and browse for donations.
Mavish checking his neck for damage.
Stork in MWT safe hand.
Broken leg after plastered.
Adjutant opening his wings.
Adjutant trying to erect in legs.
Adjutant trying to fly.