WASI has been engaged in the service of conservation from 1972. Conserving the Mahseer as an apex species has been our cherished goal and we thereby extend protection to the entire riverine ecosystem, including the kaleidoscope of Wildlife that is dependent on the health of our rivers. We have also pioneered the use of angling for conservation and research in India. As a non-profit organization, proceeds from our activities go towards the hiring of anti-poaching staff and for conservation activities along specific river stretches under our care. Our increasing focus on research and conservation has resulted in several active collaborations.

Painted Jezebels (Galibore)
Elephants on the river (Haira)
Brown Hawk Owl (Galibore)
Rose Ringed Parakeet (Cottage area)
WASI Guards on Patrol
WASI Guards at the cottage
Grizzled Giant Squirrel (Galibore)
By Suprio Mukherjee
Golden Mahseer (Ramganga)
Angling on the Cauvery