Pune: A wildlife conservation group in Pune district successfully rescued a male sambar that had fallen into a well in a village in Maval Taluka. The organization's swift response and expertise played a crucial role in saving the distressed animal.
The Navlakh Umbre area, surrounded by mountains and dense vegetation, has witnessed an increase in human activity due to the establishment of several renowned companies. This surge in population and subsequent human bustle has caused numerous instances of wildlife encroaching upon the village in search of water and sustenance.
Wildlife Conservation Maval Sansthan Rescued the deer | Sourced Photo
Extricated Stuck Sambar Within An Hour
Vicky Daundkar, a member of Wildlife Rescuers of Maval, received information from the village about a deer that had fallen into a well near Thakar Vasti on the hillside. Recognizing the urgency of the situation, Vicky promptly contacted the organization's founder and president, Anil Andre, who mobilized a rescue team.
President Anil Andre, accompanied by the proficient rescue team, swiftly reached the location near the well. Within an hour, they successfully extricated the sambar from the water, carefully examining its condition. Following the preliminary assessment, the team released the majestic animal back into the forest, its natural habitat.
The deer fell into a well in Maval | Sourced Photo
Released The Animal In Its Habitat
Conservator of Forest Ashitosh Shendge, Range Forest Officer Hanumant Jadhav, and Forest Guard Mangal Date Dhore, under their guidance, facilitated the seamless reintegration of the sambar into its habitat.
Nilesh Sampatrao Garade of the Wildlife Rescuers of Maval expressed his gratitude to Anil Andre, Vicky Daundkar, Avinash Karle, Ramesh Kumbhar, Satyam Sawant, Vinay Sawant, Jigar Solanki, Suraj Shinde, Shubham Kakade, Ganesh Nisal, Ganesh Dhore, and the local villagers for their collective efforts in rescuing the sambar from the well.