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Rescued leopard translocated to the wild at Satpura National park
Daily Bhaskar , Saturday, April 27, 2013

Indore: A team of forest department released the rescued leopard in Satpura national park on Friday. The feline was rescued from Sinhasa village on February 16. Divisional Forest Officer, Indore S ...More


Elephant carcass found in Balangir
The New Indian Express , Friday, April 26, 2013

Forest officials on Wednesday seized the decomposed carcass of an elephant from Chhelia forest near Keseipali village under Loisingha forest range. The elephant is believed to have been killed 10 to ...More


Rescued leopard to be released in Satpura National park
The Times Of India , Friday, April 26, 2013

INDORE: After spending two-and-half months at Indore's Kamla Nehru Zoological Park, leopard rescued from Sinhasa village is on way to a suitable habitat. Fully recovered from its injuries, it will ...More


Gujarat to file review petition on lions translocation issue
DNA , Friday, April 26, 2013

Translocation of lions has become an issue with between the two BJP ruled states of Gujarat and MP, as the former has been constantly opposing the move proposed by the National Wildlife Board. The Gu ...More


More leopard concentration around human habitats at Sanjay Gandhi National Park: Experts
Chinmayi Shalya
The Times of India , Friday, April 26, 2013

MUMBAI: Leopards at Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) are not a rare sight, particularly for those living in or around the forest. But increasing instances of leopard attacks and sightings is making ...More


For its pride, state firms up SC review plea
The Indian Express , Friday, April 26, 2013

Gujarat's State Board for Wildlife (SBWL) on Thursday "unanimously" decided to file a review petition against the Supreme Court judgment on translocation of Asiatic lions to Madhya Pradesh and provide ...More


Wildlife safety priority area for Assam Police
The Times of India , Friday, April 26, 2013

GUWAHATI: In another desperate move to arrest rampant rhino poaching and pin poachers, the state police on Thursday decided to make wildlife protection as their other primary concern after law and ord ...More


Youth rescues injured monal in Manali
The Times of India , Friday, April 26, 2013

MANALI: A young staff member of a private hotel here turned a chance rescuer an injured baby monal on Thursday. He was out on a stroll on the outskirts of the township when he heard the cry of the inj ...More


Torches, footwear given to anti-poaching watchers
The Hindu , Thursday, April 25, 2013

In an attempt to improve the surveillance in the Anamalai Tiger Reserve portion falling under Tirupur district limits, the anti-poaching watchers were given powerful torches and footwear for all-weath ...More


Torches, footwear given to anti-poaching watchers
The Hindu , Thursday, April 25, 2013

In an attempt to improve the surveillance in the Anamalai Tiger Reserve portion falling under Tirupur district limits, the anti-poaching watchers were given powerful torches and footwear for all-weath ...More


Torches, footwear given to anti-poaching watchers
The Hindu , Thursday, April 25, 2013

In an attempt to improve the surveillance in the Anamalai Tiger Reserve portion falling under Tirupur district limits, the anti-poaching watchers were given powerful torches and footwear for all-weath ...More


The last of Kashmir’s royal stags
Ananda Banerjee
Live Mint , Wednesday, April 24, 2013

The govt claims there are 218 of them while wildlife experts insist the real number is likely to be in the double digits On 16 March, Wildlife Institute of India scientist Parag Nigam tranquilized a ...More


Activists, politicos join fight to save Gir lions
Deccan Herald , Wednesday, April 24, 2013

The chorus for not sending some Gir lions to Madhya Pradesh is growing louder in the state, this time with wildlife activists and political representatives leading from the front. State wildlife bo ...More


Watchtowers to deter poachers at Nalsarovar
Himanshu Kaushik
The Times of India , Wednesday, April 24, 2013

AHMEDABAD: Now on, the watchful eyes of foresters will be trained on the winged visitors from overseas that flock to Nalsarovar every year. The state forest department has decided to set up watchtower ...More


Earth Day 2013: Nagaland's concern on climate change
The Times of India , Tuesday, April 23, 2013

KOHIMA: Indiscriminate felling of trees, poaching and unplanned development were creating problems for Nagaland, which was the face of climate change in the state, Environment and Wildlife minister Y ...More


Earth Day 2013 observed in Kohima
The Times of India , Tuesday, April 23, 2013

KOHIMA: Nagaland forest and environment minister Y Patton on Monday said that people from all walks of life should voice their concern for the planet and seek its protection. Speaking at the 43rd a ...More


Students remove 3 tonne plastic from relocated village in Melghat
Vijay Pinjarkar
The Times of India , Tuesday, April 23, 2013

NAGPUR: In an environment-friendly move, volunteers of Satpuda Foundation, an NGO working for tiger conservation in Central India, removed three tonnes plastic from Gullarghat, a relocated village fro ...More


Life for cheetah, death for lion
Himanshu Kaushik
The Times of India , Saturday, April 20, 2013

AHMEDABAD: It is almost like a firing squad waiting out there in the lion's new home in Madhya Pradesh where Gujarat's lions will be translocated in six months as per Monday's Supreme Court order. Th ...More


'Elephant deaths in Odisha not properly probed'
The Times of India , Saturday, April 20, 2013

BHUBANESWAR: President of the Association of Indian Zoos and Wildlife Veterinarians B M Arora accused the Odisha government of not recording the cause of elephant deaths in the state properly. Speaki ...More


Kaziranga forest officials to be trained in forensics
The Times of India , Saturday, April 20, 2013

NEW DELHI: A senior CBI officer, who solved the infamous Gir lion poaching case using modern forensic techniques, will train forest department officials of Kaziranga which is facing rampant poaching. ...More


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