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Bird sanctuaries cry out for better upkeep
Neha Lalchandani
The Times of India , Thursday, February 03, 2011

New Delhi: The Okhla Bird Sanctuary might have benefited a great deal from international cooperation had the government made efforts to have it classified as a Ramsar site. This tag for wetlands is ...More


The Indiana Jones of wildlife protection
Dharmendra Khandal
The Financial Chronicle , Thursday, February 03, 2011

The legacy of a legend is the memory of a great example. This is what could describe Dr Alan Rabinowitz and his amazing efforts, which went in creating Hukawng Valley Tiger Res¬erve, Myanmar — the la¬ ...More


Needed: Rapid rescue teams for leopards
Amit Bhattacharya, TNN
Times of India , Monday, January 31, 2011

NEW DELHI: Wildlife experts want rapid response teams set up in sensitive areas across the country to deal with human-leopard conflicts. After three leopards were killed last week, experts said the en ...More


Leopard trapped in snare dies of asphyxiation
Pioneer news service | Dehradun
The Pioneers , Monday, January 31, 2011

The body of a leopard that suffocated to death after finding itself trapped in a snare has been found in Rajaji National Park over the weekend. National park director SS Rasaily said one more s ...More


Needed: Rapid rescue teams for leopards
Amit Bhattacharya
The Times of India , Monday, January 31, 2011

NEW DELHI: Wildlife experts want rapid response teams set up in sensitive areas across the country to deal with human-leopard conflicts. After three leopards were killed last week, experts said the en ...More


Tigers could triple in Asia
IANS
Times of India , Thursday, January 27, 2011

WASHINGTON: Asian tiger reserves could support more than 10,000 wild tigers, or three times the current number, if core breeding sites are protected, say the world's leading conservationists. Th ...More


Carcasses recovered in Kathua
Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Sunday, January 23, 2011

The Wildlife Protection Department recovered carcasses of some animals killed by poachers along with equipment during a routine anti-poaching patrolling at Chhalla in the Ramkote forest range of B ...More


Leopard dies due to ‘negligence of officials’ Was earlier trapped by poachers
Bipin Bhardwaj/TNS
The Tribune , Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Hoshiarpur, January 17 Just 32 days after poachers allegedly killed a male leopard in Madariwala choe near Dholbaha, another male leopard fell prey to them in Bhera village, the last village of Punja ...More


To save the tiger, save jungle
Chandan Mitra
The Pioneer , Sunday, January 16, 2011

Without a holistic approach nothing can protect India's wildlife from human greed and bestiality. If we don’t act now, the tiger, leopard, elephant, deer and even marine and avian species will fac ...More


India's other big cat
Sanjeev Sanyal
Business Standard , Wednesday, January 12, 2011

The sharp decline in India’s tiger population has been, quite rightly, the focus of much media attention in the last few years. It is now estimated that barely 1,400 of them survive in the wild compar ...More


‘Tiger’ deployed to save Betla woods
PNS | DALTONGANJ
The Pioneer , Wednesday, January 12, 2011

National Park Betla has one sniffer dog. According to the ranger of the park Ajit K Singh, the dog is nicknamed ‘Tiger’. This sniffer dog has had its training in Bhopal, said the ranger. The Na ...More


Bird conservation workshop held in Angul
PNS | TALCHER
The Pioneer , Monday, January 10, 2011

On the occasion of National Bird Day, a bird photography exhibition and workshop on Conservation of Important Bird Area (IBA) of Satkosia-Panchadhara were organised at Athamallik by an Angul-based ...More


Avian guests arrive at Harike wetland-cum-sanctuary
PNS | Chandigarh
The Pioneer , Monday, January 10, 2011

It is time and the winged visitors from distant lands have arrived at India's second largest bird sanctuary-Harike wetland-cum-sanctuary. Considered as the bird watchers paradise, Harike wetland i ...More


Elephant herd strays into human habitation
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Sunday, January 09, 2011

Coimbatore: A herd of six elephants that strayed into human habitations was on the march and kept the forest officials on their toes the whole night. The elephants that strayed out of the reserve f ...More


Hog deer rescued in Orang National Park
CORRESPONDENT
The Assam Tribune , Saturday, January 08, 2011

KALAIGAON, Jan 7 – The Forest staff of the Orang National Park rescued a female hog deer at Badaliborali village in Darrang district, 10 km from the boundary of the park, which had strayed out of the ...More


Court asks Centre to go through report on elephant conservation
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Saturday, January 08, 2011

BANGALORE: The Karnataka High Court on Friday granted four weeks' time to the Centre to go through a report filed on elephant deaths in the State and the remedial measures needed to be taken to protec ...More


Gir popularity soars, 33% rise in inflow of foreign tourists
TNN
The Times of India , Friday, January 07, 2011

AHMEDABAD: The financial health of Asiatic lion conservation plan is improving by the day. Not just domestic, the number of foreign tourists too has registered a jump of 33 per cent in 2010. Forest o ...More


Call for river dolphin conservation measures
The Assam Tribune , Thursday, January 06, 2011

GUWAHATI, Jan 5 – With threats to the sihu or Gangetic dolphin (Platanista gangetica) being still real in Assam, there is a need to take strong protective steps to ensure their survival. Better awaren ...More


Call for river dolphin conservation measures
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Wednesday, January 05, 2011

GUWAHATI, Jan 5 – With threats to the sihu or Gangetic dolphin (Platanista gangetica) being still real in Assam, there is a need to take strong protective steps to ensure their survival. Better awa ...More


Meghalaya to create new elephant reserve
Newmai News
The Assam Tribue , Wednesday, January 05, 2011

SHILLONG, Jan 5 – With more than 2,000 elephants in Meghalaya facing an acute shortage of space and food especially in East Garo Hills district and a few areas bordering West Khasi Hills district, ...More


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