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BNHS-Bombay Natural History Society
Hornbill House 
Opp. Lion Gate
Dr. Salim Ali Chowk, 
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Mumbai 400 023
Karmayogi: Issac Kehimkar

Tel.: 2282 1811
Fax: 2283 7615
Email: bnhs@bom4.vsnl.net.in 
Conservation research is the focus of the 117 year old organisation. They have education, research and conservation related activities. Members can avail of many facilities like nature camps, field trips, talks, slide shows, the BNHS library and collections as well as the quarterly 'Hornbill' and the scientific 'Journal'. Those wishing to participate actively in conservation activities may enroll as volunteers and take part in the programs from time to time.

DDS - Dharma Donkey Sanctuary

C/o Neha Exports
3266 Sunderbag Estate, Sunderbag Lane
L. B. S. Marg
Kurla (W)
Mumbai 400 070
Karmayogi: Suraj Patwa 98202 06320

Tel: 25022965 / 30945097 
Fax: 25022966  
email: info@dharmadonkeysanctuary.org
website: www.dharmadonkeysanctuary.org  
notes: shelter at Nanded

Kids for Tigers Mumbai - Sanctuary Asia 
602 Maker Chambers V
Nariman Point
MUMBAI 400 021
Karmayogi: Bittu Sehgal

Tel: 2283 0061 / 81
Fax: 2287 4380

PAWS - Plant & Animals Welfare Society
Shiv-Shakti, Patkar Compound
Gamdevi Road
Bhandup (West)
MUMBAI 400 078
Karmayogi: Mr. Sunish Subramanyam

Tel / Fax:: 2591 8324 / Nisha 
Email : mailto:pawsmumbai@indiatimes.com?cc=karmayog@yahoogroups.com ; mailto:animalvoice@rediffmail.com?cc=karmayog@yahoogroups.com 
notes: Activities: Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation; Treatment of Injured animals on the roadside; Educating Students on animal welfare; Organising Anti - Rabies Vaccination for strays, etc.; snake rescue, injured bird treatment. Area of Work : Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane Area.

PAWS (Plant and Animal Welfare Society)
A-14 Savitri Sadan
Dr. Mukharji Road
Dombivli (East) 421201
Karmayogi: Mr. Nilesh Bhanage 98201 61114

Tel: 95251 - 471996 ( 8 to 10 pm)
Fax: no 
E-mails: mailto:animalwelfare@rediffmail.com?cc=karmayog@yahoogroups.com , mailto:pawsdombivli@indiatimes.com?cc=karmayog@yahoogroups.com 
Profile: www.karmayog.com/ngos/nilesh.htm 
Notes: ambulance
1) First Aid for Sick injured Stray Animals
2) Ambulance Service
3) Cattle Health check-up & Vaccination Camps, Cattle Rescue
4) Veganism
5) Tree Plantation & Environment Protection
6) Captive Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation
6) Sterilisation & Vaccinations for small stray animals
7) Education, Awareness & Training Program on animal welfare
8) Inspectorate
9) Adoptions & Rehoming
10) Newsletter Service

PETA- People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
P.O. Box 28260
Mumbai 400 049
Karmayogis: Anuradha Sawhney

Tel.: 26281880 /79 
Fax: 2628 1883
E-mail: info@petaindia.org
Website: www.petaindia.com
notes:PETA is the largest animal rights organization in the world. It works on the premise that animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on or use for entertainment. It educates policymakers and the public about animal abuse and promotes an understanding of the right of all animals to be treated with respect.

Sharan - Sanctuary for Health And Reconnection to Animals and Nature
22 Matru Chhaya
70 Marine Drive
Mumbai 400 020

Karmayogini: Nandita Shah

: 22814949 /  0413-2623007
email: nandita_shah@vsnl.com
profile: www.karmayog.com/ngos/mait.htm 
notes: www.karmayog.com/projects/maitrivan.htm 

Shree Jivdaya Pariwar Charitable Trust
Animal Shelter at Vapi
Plot no: 165/B-7  
GIDC Phase -  2  
Vapi  (Dist: bulsar)

Mumbai Office: 307 Mandvi Navjivan
121/127 Kazi Sayed Street,
Masjid West 
Mumbai - 400 003
Email: mailto:tcpl@bom5.vsnl.net.in?cc=karmayog@yahoogroups.com

We survive small animals - we care for them - feed them and give medical treatment - if need we may send at our animal shelter. Our animal shelter is in closed chemical factory of Promoter Trustee - Mahendra Thakker. We are bounded by rules and regulations of GIDC hence we can not keep any big animals. Our motto and work towards the welfare of animals - where require plenty of money  and  man kind services - who are lover of animals. We are in always search for animal lovers and  animal lover donors  who wish to donate funds. If you can help us our animals will bless you. Currently near about sixty animals in animal shelter. Daily we feed 200 animals at nearby our office area and resident area at Mulund (W), Mumbai - 80. 

Shree Vardhaman Jivadaya
C/o Ashok General Stores
Somji Building, near Alankar Cinema
200 Dr. M.G. Mahimatura marg
3rd Kumbhar Wada
Mumbai 400004
Karmayogi: Vasanji bhai 98213-83875

Tel. : 23889961 /  23866568 
Fax : 23850158
notes: gaushala at Kutch, 1000 cattle, ambulance, distributes medicines in Mumbai, award from AWBI; has list of various panjrapoles in Gujarat and orgs in Mumbai


Andheri E
Karmayogi: Anand Pendharkar 98201-40254
email: zans_kar@yahoo.co.uk
notes: wildlife research, environmental; international zoo educator; bird nest boxes

Veermata Jijabai Bhosale Udyan (Zoo)
Mumbai 400027
Karmayogi: Mr. K. L. Velodi
Tel: 23725799, 23723578
Fax: 23742162
Category: Animal Welfare
Notes: 10,000 visitors daily, houses 200 animals, 500 birds and 60 reptiles in 46 cages/enclosures over 48 acres. (India has 64 fairly large zoos and another 194 medium sized zoos.)
Profile: www.karmayog.org/zoo

World Wide Fund for Nature
National Insurance Bldg., 2nd Flr,
Opp. Central Camera
204 Dadabhoy Naoroji Rd,
Mumbai 400 001
Karmayogi: Kedar Gore, Senior Education Officer

Tel.: 22078105, 22071970
Fax: 2207 6037
Email: mailto:wwfbombay@vsnl.com?cc=karmayog@yahoogroups.com; mailto:kgore@wwfindia.net?cc=karmayog@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://www.wwfindia.org/
Nearly 88 nature clubs in schools and colleges associated with WWF take part in their regular talks, films and slide shows as well as field trips near Mumbai city. The Panda Bulletin and the nature camps to various sanctuaries are part of the benefits for members. Training camps help volunteers learn the basics of conservation. During Mahashivratri, for example, these volunteers organise the crowds that pour into the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, and during Nagpanchami, awareness is created about the ill-treatment of snakes. Annual activities like tree planting and beach clean-ups are also carried out.