Environment Conservation Group (ECG) is a non-governmental organization based in Coimbatore, India. The group is active since 2009 and works towards conservation of the environment and wildlife.   ECG was formed by a group of wildlife and environmental enthusiasts headed by environmental activist Mohammed Saleem.
The group is also involved in monitoring the wetlands of Coimbatore against dumping of debris and encroachments. ECG is also involved in wildlife conservation and rescuing birds from the wildlife trade. The group is involved in stopping the felling of trees and conducting awareness programmes.  
A group of five wildlife conservationist from ECG led by its president R. Mohammed Saleem traveled about 20,000 Kilometers across 22states of India to study roadkill and spread awareness on the impact of roads on wildlife, in February 2016. The team traveled through major wildlife sanctuaries and visited major institutions like IIT Guwahati, University of Jammu, American College, Madurai and University of Calicut to spread awareness among students.
A second international expedition named SEEK ( Save Endangered Endemic and Key Species) was headed by R. Mohammed Saleem, President and Managing Trustee of the organisation, traveled by car provided by of Mahindra Scorpio . The expedition was sponsored by WULF pro and WWF, they visited various wildlife sanctuaries across India. They spread awareness in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Tribhuvan University and Golden Gate International CollegeKathmandu Nepal, IIT Guwahati and many other educational Institutions. The four members traveled for 60 days across India and the neighbouring countries of Bangladesh,Bhutan and Nepal.. The expedition was sponsored by WWF, Mahindra Scorpio, Wulf Pro, MapmyIndia and CRI Pumps.
The third expedition SEEK2019 was organised to document the threatened birds of India as well as to spread awareness on the importance of birds. The four member SEEK2019 team consisted of Dr. P.A.Azeez, Former Director - Salim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History (SACON), Ministry of Enviornment Forest and Climate Change, Government of India, Dr. Ravi Rishi - a physician, Mr. Makathan, headed by Mr. R. Mohammed Saleem. The team travelled across India for 79 days in search of elusive and rare birds. The team were successful in spotting Whinchat bird for the first time in India  . The during the expedition the team visited various educational institutions and NGOs. The expedition was sponsored by Zeiss, Coimbatore City Roun Table 31, NM & Co., Wulf Pro, MapmyIndia, Pricol, Sulochana Mills and Twin Birds
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