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New Grasslands to Boost Bihar Tigers (CP)
Sanjeeb Baruah
The Himachal Times (Dehradun , Sunday, January 08, 2012

Bihar is planning to create more grasslands in its only tiger reserve to help support more prey animals for the big cats that currently number 11. At present, just five percent of the 880-sq km Valm ...More


Three Australian activists board Japanese whaling vessel
AFP
Times of India , Sunday, January 08, 2012

SYDNEY: The anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd said three Australian activists were being held as "prisoners" by the Japanese harpoon fleet on Sunday after sneaking aboard one of their vessels overnight ...More


Commandos to Protect Tigers in Karnataka (N
Shubhadeep Choudhury
The Tribune (Chandigarh), , Thursday, January 05, 2012

Shubhadeep Choudhury Karnataka acquired the distinction of being the first state in India to deploy a commando unit - Special Tiger Protection Force (STPF) - to protect its big cat population from po ...More


Olive Ridley Make Turtle Annual Visit (k)
Karthileyan Hemalatha
The Times of India (New Delhi), , Wednesday, January 04, 2012

It is the nesting season for Chennai's most important guests – Olive Ridley turtles. Listed as an endangered species under Schedule 1 of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972, Olive Ridleys (Lepidochelys ...More


Tiger Trail (CP)
The Times of India (New Delhi) , Thursday, December 29, 2011

The latest tiger population census showed the numbers rising from 1,411 in 2008 to an estimated 1,706. Yet the National Tiger Conservation Authority seems not to be taking any chances. It’s to conduct ...More


Karnataka Tigers Get Commando Security (CP)
Kestur Vasuki
The Pioneer (Dehradun) , Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Karnataka will have a commando force – Special Tiger Protection Force (STPF) – to protect its diminishing big cat population from smugglers and poachers, for the first time in India. Come January 4, ...More


Man-Animal Conflict Hurting Leopard the Most (CP)
The Pioneer (Dehradun) , Monday, December 26, 2011

The Indian leopard is commonly referred as ‘guldar’ and because of the spots on tis body colloquially called tendua, baghera, sona cheeta and in vernacular Marathi karda. They are being exterminated n ...More


Man-animal conflict hurting leopard the most
BRIGADIER (RETD) CS THAPA
The Pioneer , Monday, December 26, 2011

The Indian leopard is commonly referred as guldar and because of the spots on its body colloquially called tendua, baghera, sona cheeta and in vernacular Marathi karda. They are being exterminated n ...More


39 Tiger Reserves Mired in Problems (N)
Rashme Sehgal
The Asian Age (New Delhi) , Saturday, December 24, 2011

A Management Effectiveness Evaluation (MEE) of the functioning of India’s 39 tiger reserves has come down heavily on India’s premier Corbett Tiger Reserve (TR), which due to its high-profile nature sh ...More


Poor Tiger Conservation Worries Uttarakhand (CP)
Rajendra S. Markuna
The Pioneer (Dehradun) , Saturday, December 24, 2011

In view of increasing number of deaths of tigers outside the hitherto protected Corbett Tiger Reserve (CTR) this year, the State Government has expressed serious concern over poor tiger conservation e ...More


Drop in MP's tiger population cause of concern
PIONEER
The Pioneer , Saturday, December 24, 2011

With the tiger population in the State declining from 300 in 2006 to 257 in the 2011 census wildlife experts have called for more efforts by the Forest Department to solve pending cases of poachin ...More


Coordination Between Centre and State Must (CP)
Hindustan Times (New Delhi) , Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Honorary wildlife of Corbett Tiger Reserve (CTR), Brijendra Singh said that better coordination between centre and state forest departments was necessary to safeguard tigers in Uttarakhand. He also ...More


Depressing Tales of Wildlife Being Destroyed Willfully (N)
Hiranmay Karlekar
The Pioneer (Dehradun) , Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Moushumi Basu’s report in The Pioneer of December 19, 2011, about the translocation of a tiger cub, rescued in Kanha Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh, and released in Panna Tiger Reserve in the same St ...More


Govt Blames Staff Shortage for Wildlife Protection (k)
The Pioneer (Dehradun) , Tuesday, December 20, 2011

The Government on Monday blamed the shortage of adequate manpower for the inaction against poachers of endangered species of wildlife and admitted it has to depend on States for the job. This is despi ...More


Snow Leopard Images in NDBR Talk of the Town (CP)
Nihi Sharma Sahani
Hindustan Times (New Delhi) , Tuesday, December 20, 2011

‘Himu’ or snow leopard, the lucky mascot of the ongoing 19th all India forest sports meet, has shown a remarkable presence in Uttarakhand. Caught in camera traps installed under a project of United Na ...More


Tigers, Leopards Continue to Die In Uttarakhand (CP)
Arun Pratap Shing
The Himachal Times (New Delhi) , Monday, December 19, 2011

19 December 2011 Despite the dwindling number of Tigers the world over, Uttarakhand continues to be rather negligent about the rising number of feline deaths here. Though, Uttarakhand boasts of a blo ...More


Bear cubs to be released in wild
PTI
The Assam Tribune , Thursday, December 15, 2011

ITANAGAR, Dec 14 – Four orphaned Asiatic black bear cubs raised at Kaziranga National Park have been shifted to Mehao wildlife sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh’s Lower Dibang Valley for rehabilitation. ...More


Alarm Bells Ringing as Leopard Deaths Climb Up (CP)
Nihi Sharma Sahani
Hindustan Times (New Delhi) , Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Uttarakhand is becoming a threat zone for big cats. That is why leopard deaths are increasing with each passing year. According to the statistics of Wildlife protection Society of India (WPSI) the s ...More


Rights of Forest Dwellers (k)
The Himachal Times (Dehradun) , Saturday, December 10, 2011

Despite paying lip service to the rights of the forest dwellers which began with Congress President Sonia Gandhi championing their cause, nothing much has really been done to ensure their welfare. The ...More


TIGERS WERE KILLED ONLY OUTSIDE PANNA: STUDY
PIONEER
The Pioneer , Saturday, December 10, 2011

With a study on tiger poaching revealing that the big cats were killed only when they ventured outside Panna Tiger Reserve, the call for creating a functional buffer zone has gained momentum, writes ...More


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