Sai Sanctuary, the only private wildlife sanctuary in India is owned by Pamela Gale Malhotra and her husband, Anil Malhotra. This private wildlife sanctuary was bought by them as it was in desperate condition as it had been victim to deforestation.
since it’s foundation in 1991 the couple have dedicated 26 years into making into a wildlife paradise. Today, SAI Sanctuary covers over 300 acres of wildlife that are home to more than 200 globally endangered species of plants and animals, including Asian elephants and Bengal tigers.
Take a look at their wonderful work!
Kodagu district in South India is suffering from extreme deforestation
But Pamela Gale Malhotra and her husband, Anil Malhotra, decided to fight this problem
So the couple co-founded SAI Sanctuary in 1991
Since then, they have been replanting trees and expanding the sanctuary. It now covers over 300 acres of wildlife
The sanctuary is home to more than 200 globally endangered species, including Asian elephants
Isn’t it wonderful! I hope one day I will live a life like them dedicating my energy to make the planet more habitable by all species!