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Waterman Brings Local Guardians Back to Protect Sariska Tigers (N)
Sunny Sebastian
The Hindu (New Delhi) , Thursday, December 01, 2011

The New Year augurs well for the Sariska Tiger Reserve, for the local guardians of the 400 sq km sanctuary nestling in the lap of the Aravallis are back vowing to protect the land, the trees, the faun ...More


Snow leopards return to Kargil areas
Archit Watts/TNS
The Tribune , Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Jammu, November 28 With peace in the Kargil sector, snow leopards are again seen in the area. Due to the Kargil War in 1999, most of the wildlife species, including snow leopards, had abandoned the ...More


Exotic migratory birds fall prey to poachers
PNS
The Pioneer , Monday, November 28, 2011

Despite the decline in the number of exotic migratory birds this winter in the coal and steel belt of Dhanbad-Bokaro in Jharkhand, poachers continue to kill the winter visitors. The exotic migratory b ...More


Jawans fail to turn up for interrogation in chinkara case
Vimal Bhatia, TNN
Times of India , Monday, November 28, 2011

JAISALMER: The poaching of three chinkaras by army jawans in Barmer district has now taken another turn with the jawans failing to turn up for interrogation before the forest officials. On Sunday, the ...More


Migratory birds throng Valley
PTI
The Tribune , Monday, November 28, 2011

Srinagar, November 27 With winter setting in the Valley, over 6 lakh migratory birds from Europe and Central Asia have flocked to the Hokersar bird reserve and other wetlands in the Valley.Every year ...More


Tiger Conservation Plan proposal for Kanha sent to NTCA
RITESH MISHRA | BHOPAL
The Pioneer , Sunday, November 27, 2011

The Forest Department of the Madhya Pradesh has recently sent the third proposal of Tiger Conservation Plan (TCP) for Kanha Tiger Reserve to National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA). Earlier two ...More


Tiger poaching in Panna a cause of concern
PIONEER
The Pioneer , Saturday, November 26, 2011

Though as many as 19 tigers were killed by poachers in Panna Tiger Reserve since 1989 the authorities have failed to trace the poachers. This has been stated in a report by the Panna Tiger Reserve in ...More


India’s Other Tiger (k)
Richard Branson
The Economic Times (New Delhi) , Friday, November 25, 2011

The day the United Nations announced that the seven billionth person entered the world, I had made my way to Jim Corbett National Park to learn more about the situation facing India’s wild tigers. As ...More


Siberian avian visitors flock to ‘warmer’ terai climes
RAJENDRA S MARKUNA | HALDWANI
The Pioneer , Thursday, November 24, 2011

With mercury registering a new low with every passing day, a wide variety of migratory birds from far trans-Siberian zones have started visiting to the warm terai/bhawar of Uttarakhand. Visit of t ...More


Rs 20-crore plan to save jumbos from electrocution, poachers
PNS | BHUBANESWAR
The Pioneer , Friday, November 18, 2011

The State Government on Thursday announced a Rs 20-crore plan to save elephants from electrocution and poachers. The elephant conservation project would be launched in three districts in the first p ...More


Spotting of tiger kill: vigil intensified in Neyyar sanctuary
G. ANAND
The Hindu , Thursday, November 17, 2011

The chance discovery of a tiger kill in Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary, near here, has prompted wildlife enforcers to intensify their efforts to further insulate the protected area from trespassers, poache ...More


Spotting of tiger kill: vigil intensified in Neyyar sanctuary
G. ANAND
The Hindu , Thursday, November 17, 2011

The chance discovery of a tiger kill in Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary, near here, has prompted wildlife enforcers to intensify their efforts to further insulate the protected area from trespassers, poache ...More


Plans to Strengthen Forest Divisions of CTR (CP)
Hindustan Times (New Delhi) , Tuesday, November 15, 2011

In view of tiger poaching cases reported in Sharda range of Haldwani division recently, the state forest department is laying emphasis on tiger conservation in adjoining forest divisions of Corbett Ti ...More


Number of sea turtles visiting Kerala shores dwindling
Viju B, TNN
Times of India , Tuesday, November 15, 2011

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Unpolluted Kerala beaches have always been the favourite nesting grounds for marine turtles, but their imprints may soon be washed away for ever. During this time of the year ...More


Punjabi University to conduct research on wetlands
Gagan K. Teja /Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Patiala, November 14 The Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, has sanctioned a research project to Dr Onkar Singh Brraich, Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology and Environm ...More


Corbett’s Jubilee Celebration to End in Ramnagar on Nov 15 (CP)
Nidhi Sharma Sahani
Hindustan Times (New Delhi) , Sunday, November 13, 2011

The prestigious Jim Corbett National Park is celebrating its platinum jubilee this year. Round the year celebrations will conclude on November 15 with a cultural programme in Ramnagar, along with open ...More


Saving Tigers (k)
The Pioneer (Dehradun) , Friday, November 11, 2011

The contrariness of human endeavours is exemplified by the much-hyped efforts — both Government-sponsored and privately-funded — to save tigers. First driven to the verge of extinction by reckless tro ...More


Tigers Poached in Connivance with Staff at Panna: Govt (CP)
The Times of India (New Delhi) , Thursday, November 10, 2011

Tigers in Madhya Pradesh’s Panna Tiger Reserve wre poached in connivance with forest officials, an internal state government report has admitted. But the state government, despite repeated requests fr ...More


Migratory birds flock to Bokaro
ASHIS SINHA | BOKARO
The Pioneer , Monday, November 07, 2011

With knocking of the winter exotic migratory birds have once again begun flocking near Chandankiyari, Chandrapura and Tenughat dam in Bokaro district of Jharkhand. Tenughat, Chandrapura, Hathia Pat ...More


Orang wildlife park beset by negligence
PTI
Times of India , Thursday, November 03, 2011

GUWAHATI: The famous Orang wildlife sanctuary in lower Assam is facing an uncertain future because of official apathy. There are no adequate forest staff to man the sanctuary which is a natural ha ...More


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