Within the Sur Sarovar, the Bird Sanctuary of Keetam is Wildlife Sos. It is a tiny but lovely animal kingdom in Agra. It is a non-profit organisation in India that rescues and cares for wild animals and forests. It was founded in 1995.A few people have made efforts to preserve and maintain India's forests, animals, and natural heritage. That small group has grown into a modern organisation that is fully developed in protecting natural habitats for wildlife, conducting research, and learning about biodiversity to find out how to provide sustainable and alternative livelihoods for those communities of people who solely rely on the Indian wildlife for sustenance. It is well-known worldwide, particularly for its work saving elephants and sloth bears. The body also oversees several additional initiatives to protect the environment and biodiversity. Additionally, they strive to lessen our carbon footprint. All wildlife enthusiasts who want to view these lovely creatures up close will find this place a wonderful treat. Not only that, but this must-see tourist destination also offers visitors a once-in-a-lifetime chance to interact with the saved elephants. These magnificent animals can now enjoy their days without being forced to carry heavy burdens or walk on sweltering pavements, with regular showers, a healthy diet, and excellent veterinary care. The centre is the closest to the elephants' natural habitat because it is surrounded by abundant natural vegetation, has adequate wide fields for daily walks, and has various trees where they can scratch themselves. The elephants now have full access to water basins where they can bathe and play as they like. The building also has a gift shop where people may buy items that promote the protection of elephants and animals. Overall, a Wildlife SOS tour is a blissful experience that gives you joy and a sense of inner peace.
National Highway 2 Astha City, Agra 282007 India