Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre
The greatest ethical test that we’re ever going to face is the treatment of those who are at our mercy
Sister concern of 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. This seven-acre facility houses and treats displaced injured and orphaned urban wildlife.
At present, the BRC has modest but adequate housing for veterinarians and other staff, a small clinic and surgery, post-operative care enclosures, and outdoor accommodation for birds, primates, and reptiles.
Functional since January 2003, the BRC urgently requires help from sponsors, wildlife enthusiasts, and animal lovers. To know more about WRRC, visit their website below.