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TEAM ACHIEVEMENTS

LAND MARK ACHIEVENMENTS (From 1997 to 2016) :

The first Animal Welfare Organization (AWO) to start an Ambulance and Rescue Service and Animal Rescue Shelter for Animals and Birds of all species in the Northern Andhra Pradesh Districts.

GREEN MERCY was responsible for the closing down of illegal wildlife markets in Northern Andhra Pradesh Districts.

The First AWO to interact and conduct awareness Programs with various Departments like Navy, Coast Guard, Forest, Police, Fisheries and Animal Husbandry Departments, Wild Life Institute of India, Department of Environmental Sciences, Andhra University, the Union Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India and the SRIKAKULAM Municipality to enforce the PCA Act, 1960 and the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972 to promote Animal Welfare.

The First AWO to take up on-going rehabilitation of small wildlife including Snakes, Sea-Turtles, Birds, Monkeys, Monitor Lizards, and Small Herbivore.

The A.P. Forest Department has granted special Permission to GREEN MERCY for the Protection of Snakes and Sea-Turtles.

The GREEN MERCY is the first Organization to conduct surprise raids on wildlife poachers to arrest the Wildlife Trafficking in Northern Andhra Pradesh Districts.

The First AWO to reveal the Conservation Community about occurrence of the King-cobras in the Eastern Ghats.

The First AWO to Formulate a strategy to protect the mighty King - Cobras in the Eastern Ghats.

The First AWO to start the Save Snakes Mission to Sensitize the people about Snakes and the need to Protect the Snakes.

The GREEN MERCY was responsible for stopping the Torture inflicted on snakes due to forcible feeding of milk and eggs, which also resulted in their death during the Nagulachavithi Festival with the help of the Jana Jagruthi Awareness Campaign and Surprise raids on Snake Charmers, at the Old City of Visakhapatnam.

A Total of more than 5000 demos with live Snakes were conducted at the Indira Gandhi Zoo Park, Visakhapatnam as part of the Save Snakes Mission to create Awareness among the Zoo Visitors, Students and Young People.

LAND MARK ACHIEVENMENTS (From 1997 to 2016) :

The First AWO to Rescue more than 5000 Snakes from human dwellings during the past One decade in SRIKAKULAM District. All the rescued Snakes were rehabilitated back into the wild.

The GREEN MERCY is the first Organization to take up an interesting study on the behavior of Zoo Animals during the Total Solar Eclipse, In association with the Zoo Park and the Department of Zoology, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.

The First AWO to Conduct the Successful Research work in Association with the Indira Gandhi Zoo Park on "Cannibalism in Cobras", " Captive Breeding of Pythons" and "Feeding habits, " Management of Skin - Shedding, Diseases and parasites of Snakes."

The First AWO to Conduct a work-shop on "Teacher Training Programme on Wild Life Welfare " at the Zoo Park, Vizag.

The First AWO to Conduct various Thought - Provoking Awareness campaigns, Viz.,..." Against Wild Life Trade, " " Save the Tiger," " Care for Bears," " Facts About Bats,”

"Vanishing Vultures," " Primates in Peril," " Turtle walks," " Save Snakes, " " Save the Amphibians" and "Save our Planet" etc., in collaboration with the Zoo - Outreach Organization, Chennai, Wild Life Institute of India, DEHRADUN, Wild Life Conservation Society, Delhi, International Bear Foundation, Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, U.K. Chester ZOO,U.K., and Bat Conservation International, USA.,

The First AWO to Organize Rallies to Sensitize the Public about the need to Protect the Endangered Wild Life Species Like the Snakes, Sea - Turtles and the Migratory Birds etc.,

The First AWO to Organize a "Blood Donation Campaign Against the Animal Sacrifices" in SRIKAKULAM District.

Instrumental in the Stopping the brutal Killing of Stray Dogs and Introducing the ABC/AR Project in SRIKAKULAM Municipality. A total of 6861 Stray Dogs were Sterilized and Immunized so far under this Project.

Responsible for rescuing Approximately more than 50,000 Animals and Birds, Since 1997.

The First AWO to conduct the Rescue, Rehabilitation and Adoption activities on regular basis in Northern Andhra Pradesh Districts.
LAND MARK ACHIEVENMENTS (From 1997 to 2016) :

The GREEN MERCY is Instrumental in conducting Wild Life Week and Animal Welfare Fortnight Every year with the Aim of Creating awareness and tackling Animal Welfare Issues.

The GREEN MERCY is a Recognized Organization by the Animal Welfare Board of

India, Animal Welfare Division, Govt. of India.

Also formerly associated with the Royal Society For the Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), UK.,

The First AWO to start the in-situ Conservation of Marine-turtles along the coastline of the Northern Andhra Pradesh Districts.

The GREEN MERCY is a Core Group Member in the Turtle Action Group (TAG) - India. Was Responsible for the Creation of Full Pledged New Tortoises Conservation Centre at the Ancient SRIKUMAM Temple in SRIKURMAM District of Andhra Pradesh, India. The said park was Constructed by KRISHNAM VANDA JAGAD GURUM Trust and Captive Breeding of Star - Tortoises are being Successfully achieved here.

The first AWO to be appointed as a member, International Zoo Educators Asian Region Network .

First AWO to reveal to the Conservation Community about the Occurrence of Green Turtles along the East Cost. Was Responsible for the promotion of shelter Belt Protection Plantations along the 20 Km Coastline Stretching from BHIMILI to Visakhapatnam in Association with the Forest Department.

The First AWO to Involve in the Protection of Migratory Birds in SRIKAKULAM District., Since 2002.

The GREEN MERCY has contributed in redrafting the PCA Act. ABC/AR Guidelines, Sensor Guidelines and Road Transportation Regulations, pertaining to Animals.

The First AWO to Conduct a Coastal Survey along the Cost Line of Northern Andhra Pradesh Districts in Collaboration with the Wild Life Instituted of India, DEHRADUN, under GOI-UNDP Sea Turtle Project.

First AWO to Initiate sea Turtle Conservation and Research along the Cost Line of Northern Andhra Pradesh in association with Wildlife institute of India(DEHRADUN), WWF-India, Department of Environmental Sciences, Andhra University(Visakhapatnam) and the Forest Department.

The First NGO to introduce the Hatchery Concept in the Conservation of Marine Turtles along the cost Line of SRIKAKULAM District in Collaboration with the Forest Department.

The first AWO to start the Save Snakes Mission with an aim to protect the snake fauna in Northern Andhra Pradesh Districts. A total of more than 10,000 snakes awareness programs were conducted under the said mission and more than 5000 snakes were rescued and rehabilitated in the wild, since 1997 to till date.

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