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Conservationists oppose decision to kill wild boars
PTI
Times of India , Sunday, June 19, 2011

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Wild life conservationists have expressed concern over the Kerala government's decision to grant permission to farmers to kill wild boars which cause damage to crops saying it woul ...More


People throng Chambal after birth of gharials
The Pioneer , Saturday, June 18, 2011

Tourists are thronging the Chambal sanctuary to take a look at the newly-born 1,500 baby gharials, writes Vivek Trivedi The locals of Chambal region these days are thronging the Katannipura-B ...More


School teacher held for rhino poaching
PTI
Times of India , Friday, June 17, 2011

MORIGAON: A school teacher was arrested today in connection with the poaching of a rhinoceros inPobitora Wildlife Sanctuary in this Assam district, police said. Faizul Karim was arrested for alleg ...More


Wildlife crime control bureau in Rameswaram
PTI
Times of India , Friday, June 17, 2011

RAMESWARAM (TN): A Wildlife Crime Control Bureau would come up this year inRamanathapuram district to prevent smuggling of endangered species from India, official sources said. The bureau would ...More


School teacher held for rhino poaching
PTI
The Economic Times , Friday, June 17, 2011

MORIGAON: A school teacher was arrested today in connection with the poaching of a rhinoceros in Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary in this Assam district, police said. Faizul Karim was arrested for alle ...More


Wildlife crime control bureau in Rameswaram
PTI
The Economic Times , Friday, June 17, 2011

RAMESWARAM (TN): A Wildlife Crime Control Bureau would come up this year in Ramanathapuram district to prevent smuggling of endangered species from India, official sources said. The bureau would h ...More


World Environment Day: Children create awareness to save wildlife
TNN
The Times of India , Sunday, June 05, 2011

Allahabad: On the eve of World Environment Day, children made clay models of endangered species of animals such as rhinoceros, elephants, crocodiles, alligators and other wild animals at Allahabad Mus ...More


Elephant countries form 'E-8' action group
AFP
Times of India , Wednesday, May 25, 2011

NEW DELHI: Eight countries with the largest number of elephants met for the first on Tuesday inNew Delhi to plot new strategies to protect the animal. "Delegates represent two-thirds of the worl ...More


Elephant countries form 'E-8' action group
AFP
The Economic Times , Wednesday, May 25, 2011

NEW DELHI: Eight countries with the largest number of elephants met for the first on Tuesday in New Delhi to plot new strategies to protect the animal. "Delegates represent two-thirds of the wor ...More


Chinese tiger experts to visit MP this winter
Vivek Trivedi | Bhopal
The Pioneer , Monday, May 09, 2011

As part of global initiative to protect tigers, tiger experts from China would visit Madhya Pradesh this winter. Recently two top forest officials from the State have visited China as part of Global T ...More


Tiger found dead in Corbett with telltale marks of feline fight
PNS | DEHRADUN
The Pioneer , Wednesday, May 04, 2011

A tiger was found dead in the Corbett National Park on Tuesday. According to official sources, the tiger was killed in a fight with another tiger as pug marks of another tiger were found and the hind ...More


Kumble bowls googly, squad takes the catch
DHNS
Deccan Herald , Saturday, April 30, 2011

Tipped off by cricketer and wildlife enthusiast Anil Kumble, the City’s Forest Mobile Squad (FMS) has exposed a poaching network involved in supplying meat of wild animals in bulk to dhabas. Three p ...More


Seized leopard skins were to be smuggled to China
Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Friday, April 29, 2011

The recovery of seven leopard skins from suspected poachers from Baijnath has brought to the fore sporadic incidents of poaching of endangered species of wild animals in the protected forest areas of ...More


Seized leopard skins were to be smuggled to China
Lalit Mohan
The Tribune , Friday, April 29, 2011

Dharamsala, April 28 The recovery of seven leopard skins from suspected poachers from Baijnath has brought to the fore sporadic incidents of poaching of endangered species of wild animals in the pr ...More


Will deer bred as prey curb leopard attacks?
Paritosh Kimothi | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Tuesday, April 26, 2011

The Uttarakhand Forest Department is considering captive breeding of different deer species in order to increase prey base for carnivores, especially leopards, to reduce conflicts between leopards and ...More


The diverse field of forestry research
The Hindu , Monday, April 25, 2011

The Forest Research Institute, under the Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education, offers many areas of research related to forestry that are of importance to society. Forests play a vital r ...More


Lion carcass found in Talaja
TNN
The Times of India , Sunday, April 24, 2011

Rajkot: An Asiatic lion was found dead near Valar village in Talaja taluka of Bhavnagar district on Friday evening. The carcass of the big cat was found from a gauchar land and the forest department h ...More


29 lions have died since April 2010 census: Govt
TNN
The Times of India , Sunday, April 24, 2011

AHMEDABAD: At least 29 lions, including 10 cubs, have died in the past eight months since the census April last year. The state government said this replying to Porbandar MLA Arjun Modhwadia's query i ...More


1 killed, 2 hurt as forest guards, poachers clash
Ambika Sharma
The Tribune , Monday, April 18, 2011

Paonta Sahib, April 17 In a violent clash between forest guards and poachers, which took place last night at the Kalesar National Park located on the Himachal-Haryana border, a resident of Kishenpu ...More


Tiger census: doubts cast over data collection procedure
R. Krishna Kumar
The Hindu , Monday, April 18, 2011

MYSORE: The Government's claim that tiger numbers in Karnataka have increased has come into question, following doubts cast over the data collection procedure. The results of the all-India tiger cens ...More


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