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Tiger found dead in Ranthambore tiger reserve
TNN
Times of India , Monday, December 24, 2012

JAIPUR: A mutilated, maggot-eaten carcass of a tiger was recovered the Gilai Saga-Khadar area of the Ranthambore tiger reserve in Sawai Madhopur district on Sunday morning. Officials claimed that the ...More


If animals could speak, perhaps they would gripe
Sanjay Gubbi
Deccan Herald , Sunday, December 23, 2012

India has some of the toughest and promising wildlife laws in the world that have been the cornerstone of species and habitat preservation. There are historical evidences of wildlife conservation i ...More


Animal deaths: A trail of shame
Kalyan Ray
Deccan Herald , Sunday, December 23, 2012

Man-made disaster: Haphazard and lopsided development is leading to decimation of our wild flora and fauna When Sansar Chand and his mates cleaned Sariska and Panna Tiger Reserves of the big cat, i ...More


Animal deaths: A trail of shame
DHNS
Deccan Herald , Sunday, December 23, 2012

Man-made disaster: Haphazard and lopsided development is leading to decimation of our wild flora and fauna When Sansar Chand and his mates cleaned Sariska and Panna Tiger Reserves of the big cat, i ...More


Trophy hunting being confused with illegal poaching’
From Print Edition
The News International , Saturday, December 22, 2012

In Pakistan the trophy hunting programme is being confused with illegal poaching, noted a meeting of the IUCN Member Organisations’ National Committee. The meeting was chaired by Shahid Sayeed Khan ...More


Forest Dept alerted as B’kanika bird poaching likely to rise
PNS | KENDRAPADA
Daily Pioneer , Saturday, December 22, 2012

Generally, the Christmas and the New Year are considered prime time for picnicking. The bird poachers basically wait patiently till this time to earn a fast buck by selling birds to tourists and pic ...More


Bhimgad will get range forest office
Ravi Uppar, TNN
Times of India , Saturday, December 22, 2012

BELGAUM: The forest department plans to open a range forest office to conserve Bhimgad reserve forest in Khanapur taluk of the district, which was declared a wildlife sanctuary' last year by the minis ...More


Ex-cop, military man held for poaching peafowls
TNN
Times of India , Friday, December 21, 2012

TRICHY: Four people, including a retired military man and a retired assistant commissioner of police were on Thursday remanded in 15 days' judicial custody by the Trichy judicial magistrate court -V f ...More


1,008 rhino deaths in Assam in 10 years
From our Staff Correspondent
The Sentinel , Wednesday, December 19, 2012

NEW DELHI, Dec 18: Assam has lost as many as 1,008 one-horned rhinos since 2002 till December 14, 2012. Union Minister for Environment and Forests Jayanti Natrajan on Tuesday informed the Parliament ...More


New guidelines for probing tiger deaths in the pipeline
Deccan herald , Monday, December 17, 2012

Worried over 82 tiger deaths this year in India, the highest in a decade, the environment ministry is finalising a standard operating procedure (SOP) to frame a set of guidelines for investigating suc ...More


We need to work together to save Africa’s threatened wildlife from greedy poachers
Daily Nation , Sunday, December 16, 2012

Africa’s wildlife is under threat as never before. Trafficking in ivory, rhino horn, and other wildlife products is more organised, widespread, and dangerous than they have been in the past. Under t ...More


Despite poaching cases, M.P. hopes to become ‘tiger state’ again
PTI
Business Line , Friday, December 14, 2012

Notwithstanding the recent death of four tigers in Madhya Pradesh due to electrocution and poaching, the State Government is hopeful of winning back the ‘tiger state’ status from Karnataka after the n ...More


Dozens of animals killed in wild as poaching increases northwest of Calgary
By Erika Stark, Calgary Herald
Calgary Herald , Friday, December 14, 2012

CALGARY — A female cougar and dozens of other wildlife, including elk, sheep, deer and moose, have been killed illegally in the Water Valley, Sundre and Olds areas in the past two months, officials sa ...More


2011 Elephant Poaching Surged To Record Levels, WWF Report Finds
AP By EDITH M. LEDERER
Huffington Post , Friday, December 14, 2012

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Elephant and Rhino poaching surged to record levels in 2011 and an increase in illegal tiger hunting makes the species' extinction a real near-term threat with only about 3,200 o ...More


Anti-poaching drive gets push
The Citizen Daily , Friday, December 14, 2012

Dar es Salaam. In the recent past, Tanzania’s name has been linked to elephant tusks smuggling business in the far east countries. In response the government vowed to crack down on networks that dea ...More


Wildlife crime profound threat to nations, says report
By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, BBC News
The Guardian , Thursday, December 13, 2012

A tiger cub rescued from smugglers in Thailand en route to China The global illegal trade in wildlife is worth $19bn (£12bn) a year and is threatening the stability of some governments according to ...More


Malaysia seizes 1,500 elephant tusks headed for China
Adam Vaughan
The Guardian , Thursday, December 13, 2012

Malaysian authorities have seized an enormous haul of 1,500 elephant tusks worth RM60m (£12m), weighing as much as all the illegally traded ivory seized globally last year and marking the country's la ...More


Record elephant, rhino poaching in 2011: WWF
The Hindu , Thursday, December 13, 2012

Elephant and rhino poaching surged to record levels in 2011 and an increase in illegal tiger hunting makes the species’ extinction a real near-term threat with only about 3,200 of the big cats left in ...More


No blueprint for conservation of wildlife in south Assam
Economic Times , Wednesday, December 12, 2012

KARIMGANJ: Environmental organizations have alleged that state forest department has no blueprint for the conservation of the rich wildlife diversity in south Assam. Two environmental groups, Peop ...More


Illegal wildlife trade 'threatening national security', says WWF
• Suzanne Goldenberg US environment correspondent
The Guardian , Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Profits from the wildlife trade appear to fund terrorist cells in unstable African countries, and the industry is closely linked to the drugs and arms trades, says the WWF Link to this video Illicit ...More


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