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Jumbo, rhino carcasses found in Kaziranga
Staff reporter
Times of India , Thursday, August 18, 2011

JORHAT: The world famous Kaziranga National Park has lost a rhino calf and an elephant at itsBagori forest range on Wednesday. Park authorities said the causes of the death of both animals are yet t ...More


Jumbo, rhino carcasses found in Kaziranga
Staff reporter
The Economic Times , Thursday, August 18, 2011

JORHAT: The world famous Kaziranga National Park has lost a rhino calf and an elephant at its Bagori forest range on Wednesday. Park authorities said the causes of the death of both animals are yet ...More


Jumbo, rhino carcasses found in Kaziranga
Staff reporter
The Economic Times , Thursday, August 18, 2011

JORHAT: The world famous Kaziranga National Park has lost a rhino calf and an elephant at its Bagori forest range on Wednesday. Park authorities said the causes of the death of both animals are yet to ...More


NGO informants encouraging villagers to poach leopards, cry wildlife activists
PNS | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Wildlife activists in Uttarakhand have demanded an inquiry into the role of NGOs in seizure of leopard pelts in Uttarakhand this year. Senior officials of forest department have acknowledged that ...More


Tigers can 'burn bright' in Bandipur forest now
K H Obalesh
Deccan Herald , Wednesday, August 17, 2011

The proverbial tiger of William Blake can now ‘burn bright in the forest of the night.’ A special tiger protection force has begun operations for the protection of endangered tigers in Bandipur Nation ...More


Tiger found dead in Muthodi
Deccan Herald , Saturday, August 13, 2011

A male tiger has been found dead near Honnemara Cross, Bhadra Tiger Reserve in Muthodi Range. Forest guards who were on beat identified the carcass on Friday. Considering the density of the forest, ...More


Wild life
Arghya Ganguly
Business Standard , Friday, August 12, 2011

On the 10th floor of Mafatlal Centre in South Mumbai, ‘pugmarks’ can be spotted everywhere. Hemendra Kothari, 65, the big cat of investment banking, is ready to show the trail right to its end. He fir ...More


Iranian refusal an obstacle to clone cheetah
JBS Umanadh
Deccan Herald , Monday, August 08, 2011

The biologists’ dream of cloning the extinct Asiatic Cheetah suffered a set back once again, with Iran refusing to donate cheetah couple for research. The project to clone the animals, which was f ...More


Fate of nilgai, wild boar's hunting plan hanfs in balance
Staff Reporter | Bhopal
The Pioneer , Thursday, August 04, 2011

Forest Minister Sartaj Singh's controversial proposal of issuing licences for the hunting of neelgais and wild boars is still making rounds within the Forest Department after five months of the ...More


Leopard Census in Punjab on the anvil
Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Patiala, August 2 Under pressure after numerous leopards died after being given alleged overdose of tranquiliser, the Wildlife Department has chosen the easy way out and decided to conduct a Census o ...More


Roar! More room for Palamau tigers - Reserve to get 300sqkm from Latehar, Ranchi forests
The Telegraph , Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Ranchi, Aug. 1: Three hundred cheers for the majestic big cat! The state forest department has, finally, moved to raise a territory toast to the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) ...More


Tracking the snow cat
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Sparsely distributed across the high mountains of a dozen countries in south and central Asia, snow leopards are considered an endangered species. One of the major threats to snow leopards is thought ...More


South African soldiers battle rhino poachers in Kruger
AFP
Times of India , Tuesday, August 02, 2011

KRUGER NATIONAL PARK, South Africa: The soldiers sleep in tents, hidden from roaming lions by a blind, and protected by high-powered rifles that also ward off the even more dangerous threat of poach ...More


Trapped in a shrinking net
Ananda Banerjee
Live Mint , Tuesday, August 02, 2011

New Delhi: The Corbett tiger reserve in Uttaranchal has the highest density of tigers in the world, the government said last Thursday, based on the detailed findings of a count that took place over 20 ...More


Collar woes and other foes
REEJA RADHAKRISHNAN
The Hindu , Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Radio Collaring Do you know how they do it? Humans shoot the target animal with a dart which has a medicine which makes them drowsy. The victim begins to feel woolly –headed, I guess he or she f ...More


South African soldiers battle rhino poachers in Kruger
AFP
The Economic Times , Tuesday, August 02, 2011

KRUGER NATIONAL PARK, South Africa: The soldiers sleep in tents, hidden from roaming lions by a blind, and protected by high-powered rifles that also ward off the even more dangerous threat of poach ...More


Forest dept probes involvement of NGOs in poaching
PNS | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Monday, August 01, 2011

The State Forest Department is investigating the possibility of informants working for NGOs being involved in actually encouraging poaching of leopards and other wild animals. This line of action wa ...More


Ranthambhore cubs may stay back
Sunny Sebastian
The Hindu , Sunday, July 31, 2011

There was a time when the forest authorities in Rajasthan, eager to re-populate the Sariska reserve with tigers, used to wait for clearance from Delhi for shifting felines from the Ranthambhore Nation ...More


State tiger population touches 143
Kalyan Barooah
The Assam Tribune , Friday, July 29, 2011

NEW DELHI, July 28 – Three cheers for Assam’s tiger conservation story, as the big cat population in the State has touched an impressive 143, a record increase of 73 tigers. Assam’s conservation stor ...More


20% increase in tiger population
The Hindu , Friday, July 29, 2011

India registered a 20 per cent increase in tiger population last year, says a report, ‘Status of tigers, co-predators and prey in India-2010,' released here on Thursday by Jagdish Kishwan, Additional ...More


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