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Focus on cats, so poachers kill birds, reptiles
PNS | DEHRADUN
The Pioneers , Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Though the Forest Department is officially undertaking measures to prevent the poaching of wild animals, wildlife activists allege that the trapping of smaller creatures including birds and reptil ...More


Trapped leopard dies outside Gir
TNN
The Times of India , Sunday, March 13, 2011

AHMEDABAD: A leopard, which ensnared in trap meant for wild boars, died outside the Gir forest on Friday night. The forest department arrested Paresh Nagji for laying two traps made of two-wheeler's c ...More


Tiger man of India Fateh Singh Rathore leaves the forest
Dharmendra Khandal
The Financial Express , Thursday, March 10, 2011

Perhaps even today, the tiger walks down to his farmhouse sharp at 4 am, stands with head cocked to one side, roars in defiance and walks off into the dense undergrowth. But Fateh Singh Rathore is out ...More


Save tiger workshop to kick off Corbett platinum jubilee
Pioneer News Service | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Tuesday, March 08, 2011

The Corbett National Park platinum jubilee celebrations will begin with a workshop on strategies for preservation of the tigers of Corbett and landscape for the coming 25 years. The workshop will b ...More


Call to evict encroachers from Orang
Spl Correspondent
The Assam Tribune , Tuesday, March 08, 2011

NEW DELHI, March 7 – In the face of the threat posed by encroachment in Orang National Park by illegal Bangladeshi migrants, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Ramen Deka has urged the Centre to pre ...More


Forest officials ready to face summer's challenges
V.S. Palaniappan
The Hindu , Friday, March 04, 2011

COIMBATORE: Even as summer is fast approaching, the Forest Department officials are busy gearing up to face a number of challenges they normally encounter during the season. The officials have almost ...More


Leopard dies after being hit by vehicle
SR | Bhopal
The Pioneer , Thursday, March 03, 2011

A leopard reportedly died after being run over by a speeding vehicle in Shivpuri late afternoon on Wednesday. The forest staff was on way to gather the carcass of the 'wild animal' till reports last ...More


20 peacocks found dead in Punjab
PTI
Times of India , Wednesday, March 02, 2011

HOSHIARPUR (Punjab): In a suspected case of poisoning, twenty peacocks were found dead in the fields of a village in the district, a wildlife official said. According to district forest officer Sa ...More


14 tigers died in two months in India
IANS
The Economic Times , Wednesday, March 02, 2011

NEW DELHI: As many as 14 tigers have died in the country till February this year alone, including two due to poaching, environment minister Jairam Ramesh told Lok Sabha on Tuesday. Replying to a q ...More


14 tigers died in two months in India
IANS
Times of India , Wednesday, March 02, 2011

NEW DELHI: As many as 14 tigers have died in the country till February this year alone, including two due to poaching, environment minister Jairam Ramesh told Lok Sabha on Tuesday. Replying to a q ...More


20 peacocks found dead in Hoshiarpur
PTI
The Times of India , Wednesday, March 02, 2011

HOSHIARPUR: In a suspected case of poisoning, 20 peacocks were on Tuesday found dead in the fields of a village in the district, a wildlife official said. According to District Forest Officer Satnam ...More


20 peacocks found dead in Punjab
PTI
The Economic Times , Wednesday, March 02, 2011

HOSHIARPUR (Punjab): In a suspected case of poisoning, twenty peacocks were found dead in the fields of a village in the district, a wildlife official said. According to district forest officer Sa ...More


KNP saw 68 rhino deaths in 2010
Correspondent
The Assam Tribune , Monday, February 28, 2011

GOLAGHAT, Feb 27 – In the world famous Kaziranga National Park altogether 68 rhinos, 11 elephants and five tigers had died in the year 2010. During the same period several poachers were also killed by ...More


Villa too close for tiger hub comfort.
Aravind Gowda
Mail Today , Sunday, February 27, 2011

POACHING and encroachment into the tiger's domain have already contributed to the big cat becoming a highly endangered species and its relegation to man- made sanctuaries. However, a different kin ...More


HP, Uttrakhand join hands
Pratibha Chauhan
The Tribune , Saturday, February 26, 2011

Shimla, February 25 The Himachal and the Uttrakhand Police will jointly launch an offensive against poachers and those involved in smuggling of leopard skin and other animal parts by routing the bann ...More


Bengal foresters suspect jumbos being poisoned
Shiv Sahay Singh
The Indian Express , Friday, February 25, 2011

Even elephants are not safe in Bengal’s strife-torn Junglemahal. Maoist camps block their migration routes, and hostile locals poison them. Three elephants were found dead in the area in December and ...More


Leopard’s death was accidental: Probe
Megha Mann/Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Thursday, February 24, 2011

The probe, conducted into the death of a leopard in Khera Kalmot village here on November 19, has revealed that the leopard had got caught in the trap, which was laid for others animals in the area. ...More


With tiger protection, poachers eye leopards
Rashme Sehgal
The Asian Age , Sunday, February 20, 2011

With the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) working overtime to protect the tiger population, poachers have now shifted their attention to killing leopards and selling their body parts as tige ...More


Tiger burning bright in Uttarakhand
Gautam Dheer in Chandigarh
Deccan Herald , Sunday, February 20, 2011

Ever wondered what Indian skipper Mahinder Singh Dhoni’s wedding last July did to animal lovers in the country? It brought cheers, for it helped the cause of tiger conservation. Here’s how. Two months ...More


Athirappilly project threatens hornbills
Mini Muringatheri
The Hindu , Saturday, February 19, 2011

‘They are endemic to low elevation forests in limited locations of South India and Sri Lanka' If you trek deep into the Athirappilly-Vazhachal forests in the Southern Western Ghats, chances are that ...More


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