Wildlife Conservation Fund (WCF) founded in 2010, with the clear objective to save wildlife and wilderness across the state. Jammu and Kashmir has as strategic position in the sub-continent given its landscape, geographical location, natural resources and rich wildlife. Over the past few decades very less attention has been focused on the declining trend of wildlife. There is a great need of management today than conservation of wildlife. However, an effective conservation policy can have a far reaching impact on the wildlife of the state. Wildlife Conservation Fund proposes to undertake the conservation of wildlife in the state of Jammu and Kashmir starting from small reptiles to mightiest Bears, Leopards etc. We aim to do so through community support, awareness and management within its distribution range. Together these activities change attitudes towards nature and help people imagine wildlife and humans living in harmony. WCF is committed to this mission because it is essential to the integrity of life on Earth.
Wildlife Conservation Fund (WCF), intents to safeguard the environment for present and future generations by putting its best and ultimate resources on judicious use.
Wildlife Conservation Fund (WCF) even if working on various issues related to stability of environment and ecology in the state of Jammu and Kashmir however puts a focus on a vital and unavoidable part of it i.e. Wildlife Conservation. Globally the identity of Wildlife of Jammu and Kashmir lies completely on a royal and magnificent wild animal which is called as Kashmir Deer (Hangul), a threatened and endemic species. The present population of the said state animal is less than 200. The number is too small for a state animal.
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