About Us

A sister organisation of Compassion Unlimited Plus Action (CUPA), the Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre (WRRC), in collaboration with the State Wildlife Department of Karnataka, has constructed the Bannerghatta Rehabilitation Centre (BRC) for the rescue of small wild mammals, birds and reptiles. Located at the northernmost tip of the famous Bannerghatta National Park, the seven-acre facility houses and treats displaced injured and orphaned urban wildlife. The WRRC is registered under and is recognised by the Animal Welfare Board of India.

Mission Statement

  • To promote the welfare of and to prevent cruelty to all animals, particularly wildlife; to prevent the killing of all wild animals, particular endangered species and generally make all attempts for the conservation and protection of all wildlife and the environment.
  • To help and rescue wild animals in distress and provide them with Veterinary treatment and general care and finally to rehabilitate them in the wild after ascertaining the sustainability of the habitat.
  • To protect forest sanctuaries, environment, flora and fauna, forest reserves, rivers, plants and all life-giving sources from encroachment from humans and their agencies including individuals, companies, institutions and so on and to protect, in general, all wildlife and environment from destructive forces.
  • To inculcate humanistic values in humans and to spread the message of kindness and compassion towards animals and respect for the environment.
  • To strive for a balance in the man-animal-nature relationship To take all steps necessary to provide relief to all animals, especially wildlife from pain and suffering.
  • Campaign against the keeping of wild animals in enclosures or under any form of confinement by any person whomsoever under any circumstances.

Team WRRC

WRRC is governed by a Board of Trustees  who are ably assisted by a Managing Committee who visit the Centres regularly, interfacing with the Board, Donors, Staff, Supporters and Volunteers. In addition to the two, WRRC has a team of 6 staff members who handle the day to day operations of the centre on ground, which include the intake, treatment & release of the injured wildlife and the maintenance of the Centre.

Trustees

Managing Committee

Staff

Annual Reports

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As a responsible NGO, we maintain all financial records and other information methodically. We are transparent about publishing the same in our Annual Reports every year.

Annual Report 2013 – 14  ||  Annual Report 2012 – 13  || Annual Report 2011 – 12

Annual Report 2010 – 11  ||  Annual Report 2009 – 10

FCRA Returns filed

Below are the returns filed with the FCRA Department, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, as required under the Foreign Contribution (Regulations) Act, 2001.

FY 2012-13 || FY 2013-14 || FY 2014-15

Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre