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Tiger, leopard poaching cases pending for 40 years in MP courts
The Times of India , Monday, January 13, 2014

BHOPAL: Fifty-three cases of tiger poaching and 160 cases of killing of leopard are being tried in various courts in Madhya Pradesh, some for over four decades. A case of tiger death registered on ...More


Third rhino killed in Kaziranga in 11 days
TNN
The Times of India , Sunday, January 12, 2014

Guwahati: The New Year started on a bad note as poachers continued to kill rhinos despite the government's "zero tolerance" stance on poaching in the state. In the latest incident, poachers killed ...More


Bitter lessons
Madhumitha B
The Pioneer , Friday, January 10, 2014

The major tiger State of the country — Madhya Pradesh has 53 cases of tiger poaching and 160 cases of killing of leopard which are being tried in various courts in Madhya Pradesh, some pending for n ...More


Wesley Bird Sanctuary proposed in the region
Akram Mohammed
Deccan Herald , Friday, January 10, 2014

Considering the environmental significance of the riverine eco-system around Sattegala bridge, Bharachukki and Gaganachukki falls, a proposal has been sent to the State Government to declare the regio ...More


'China wakes up, cracking down on illegal ivory trade'
Business Standard , Friday, January 10, 2014

There is good news for wildlife lovers. China, the world's biggest consumer of trafficked ivory, has signalled its intent to crack down on the thriving illegal trade by destroying over six tonnes of c ...More


Turtle poaching cases only tip of iceberg
Paul Fernandes
The Economic Times , Friday, January 10, 2014

PANAJI: The rescue of 19 turtles from poachers by wildlife activists in Mayem, Bicholim recently and the arrest of four persons in November 2013 at Salvador do Mundo for a similar office is just the t ...More


Drones to keep an eye on Panna tigers
Moushumi Basu
The Pioneer , Wednesday, January 08, 2014

What helped Kenya to track down its poachers in the national parks is now to be deployed in the tiger reserves in the country. Hi-tech aerial vigilance using drones will now be used by National Tiger ...More


Mountain quails fight for survival in Koraput hills
Satyanarayan Pattnaik
The Times of India , Tuesday, January 07, 2014

KORAPUT: Mountain quail, found in hilly areas of Koraput and locally known as Gunduri, is teetering on the brink of extinction because of rampant poaching. According to Wildlife Protection Act, 197 ...More


Mountain quails fight for survival in Koraput hills
Satyanarayan Pattnaik
The Times of India , Tuesday, January 07, 2014

KORAPUT: Mountain quail, found in hilly areas of Koraput and locally known as Gunduri, is teetering on the brink of extinction because of rampant poaching. According to Wildlife Protection Act, 197 ...More


Occupancy area loss threatening rising tiger population
Moushumi Basu
The Pioneer , Tuesday, January 07, 2014

While 2013 has lost the highest number of 42 tigers in the last seven years through poaching, the reason for this can be attributed to loss in tiger habitat areas in the country. According to a report ...More


Birds skip Okhla sanctuary after Yamuna draining
Shafaque Alam
The Times of India , Monday, January 06, 2014

NOIDA: The Uttar Pradesh irrigation department's decision to open the barrage of Yamuna to drain out water in October has hit bird lovers hard as it left the Okhla sanctuary dry due to which migratory ...More


Birds skip Okhla sanctuary after Yamuna draining
Shafaque Alam
The Times of India , Monday, January 06, 2014

, NOIDA: The Uttar Pradesh irrigation department's decision to open the barrage of Yamuna to drain out water in October has hit bird lovers hard as it left the Okhla sanctuary dry due to which migrat ...More


Roaring triumph
The Indian Express , Sunday, January 05, 2014

The tiger's return to Panna reflects a welcome break from conservation as usual. In Madhya Pradesh's Panna tiger reserve, a quiet but significant success. Tigers had been wiped out from the forests ...More


For the roar to go on
SHAILAJA TRIPATHI
The Hindu , Saturday, January 04, 2014

Hemanta Mishra is happy to be proved wrong about the extinction of the big cat from the Indian sub-continent. However, there is still a long way to go, as the acclaimed wildlife expert says in his new ...More


Guardian angels in a birdie paradise
ASHOKE CHAKRABARTY
Business Line , Friday, January 03, 2014

A little handholding, coupled with some basic education on the importance of safeguarding our ecosystems, can go a long way in not only protecting threatened bird and marine species, but also improvin ...More


Villagers to save wildlife in D'Ering Sanctuary
Times of India , Friday, January 03, 2014

Itanagar: Authorities of Daying Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary have set up an eco development committee involving more than 2,000 local people living in nearby villages. Most of the villages fal ...More


Palamu Tiger reserve on alert after discovery of snares
Times of India , Friday, January 03, 2014

Daltonganj: Like every year, this year too, Palamu Tiger reserve (PTR) officials will have to be on their guard as fear of deer poaching is high during the festive season. Sources said a snare to t ...More


India lost 63 wild tigers in 2013
The Hindu , Thursday, January 02, 2014

The country has lost 63 of its wild tigers in 2013. The first tiger death of the year was reported from South Brahmapuri forest range of Chandrapur district in Maharashtra on January 6, 2013. It was c ...More


Nethravati, the lady who guards the woods
Rohith B R
Times of India , Thursday, January 02, 2014

When she cleared the forest department exam in 2009-10, her batchmates advised her to opt for a posting in social forestry, an area relatively comfortable for women to work in. But Nethravati Timmegow ...More


Hindus & Muslims faithful extend an 'olive' branch
K R Rajeev,
Times of India , Thursday, January 02, 2014

KOZHIKODE: In the coming days, mosques and temples along the coastal areas of Kasaragod district will seek a collective pledge from the faithful to protect the endangered Olive Ridley turtles which tu ...More


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