Wild Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation Center
|$50.7 billion (2017)|
|William H. Gates Foundation|
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. Located at the northernmost tip of the famous Bannerghatta National Park, the seven acre facility houses and treats displaced injured and orphaned urban wildlife.This rain water harvesting pond was constructed recently, almost exclusively with the hard work of volunteers and some valuable technical assistance from Mr. Gopinath of the KRG Rainwater Harvesting Foundation.It has become a lovely habitat for the birds, which have started visiting the area and the hundreds of frogs who now dwell in the pond.