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Yet another leopard found dead
Paritosh Kimothi | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Thursday, August 05, 2010

The body of a leopard was found in the Ramgarh block of Nainital District on Wednesday raising the number of deaths of the feline to about 71 in Uttarakhand since January this year. Locals found the b ...More


Wild elephants keep dying in God’s Own Country
VR Jayaraj | Kochi
The Pioneer , Thursday, August 05, 2010

The jungles of God’s Own Country are turning into death zones for wild elephants with new reports of tragedies coming up with bewildering frequency. As per informal estimates, at least 25 wild jumbos ...More


Simlipal: Staff burnt elephant carcasses to destroy evidence
Debabrata Mohanty
The Indian Express , Monday, August 02, 2010

Field staff of Simlipal Tiger Reserve, the fourth-largest tiger reserve in the country, burnt a large number of elephant carcasses to remove any evidences of poaching, a probe committee of the Nationa ...More


Seven held on charge of poaching pangolin
Staff Correspondent
The Hindu , Monday, August 02, 2010

BELLARY: The Kamalapur police have arrested seven persons and busted a major wildlife trade racket in Kamalapur of Bellary district. The accused were arrested on the charge of poaching pangolin (scal ...More


Manas still reeling under myriad problems
Sivasish thakur
The Assam Tribune , Monday, August 02, 2010

GUWAHATI, Aug 1 – Notwithstanding some improvements made in the past few years,Manas National Park and Tiger Reserve – said to be India’s “zoologically, biologically and scenically” finest protected a ...More


A sleeping beauty for the Sariska tiger family
Sunny Sebastian
The Hindu , Friday, July 30, 2010

SARISKA (RAJASTHAN): The family of big cats is back in the Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR) after a couple of years' absence. A fifth tiger, a cute 30-month-old female, was brought in here from the Rantham ...More


Pangolin poaching racket busted
Subhash Chandra N S, Bangalore:
The Deccan Herald , Friday, July 30, 2010

Wildlife enthusiasts of Bellary have helped the police unearth an organised racket in wildlife trade involving hunting and trading of pangolin - the scaly ant eater in the Kamalapur area of the dist ...More


Nepal, India ink pact to curb illegal trade in animal parts
PTI
Times of India , Friday, July 30, 2010

KATHMANDU: Nepal and India inked a key pact to curb illegal trade in animal parts and other conservation initiatives to boost wildlife in the two neighbouring states. Nepal signed a Memorandum of ...More


Nepal has 155 adult tigers, 5% of world population
PTI
Times of India , Friday, July 30, 2010

KATHMANDU: The number of adult tiger has reached 155 in Nepal's forests, an increase of 28% over last year's population, a top official has said. The tiger population grew after tiger census was c ...More


Notorious poacher sentenced to 3 yrs RI after 21-yr trial
Staff Reporter | Bhopal
The Pioneer , Thursday, July 29, 2010

After a two-decade long legal battle, the First Class Judicial Magistrate's court in Sihora in Jabalpur district on Wednesday finally sentenced notorious tiger poacher Dariya and his wife Bhagwati, to ...More


Guatemalan rain forests under threat
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Deforestation has led to soil erosion at Yaxchilan, a Mayan city, which in turn has swollen rivers. Fires, tree poaching and ranchers are eating into parts of the Laguna del Tigre national park in the ...More


To match a ‘thief’
TOI Crest
The Economic Times , Saturday, July 17, 2010

Much before the term became a byword for crime and glamour in Bollywood, a British army officer, Lt General George MacMunn wrote a book called The Underworld of India. The 1932 treatise spent much of ...More


To match a ‘thief’
TOI Crest
Times of India , Saturday, July 17, 2010

Much before the term became a byword for crime and glamour in Bollywood, a British army officer, Lt General George MacMunn wrote a book called The Underworld of India. The 1932 treatise spent much of ...More


Beware, spots fading into extinction in Uttarakhand
Paritosh Kimothi | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Friday, July 16, 2010

With more than 70 leopard deaths reported in Uttarakhand since January this year, alarmed environmentalists have expressed concern that the spotted feline could become extinct in Uttarakhand in five y ...More


Beetles posing threat to Olive Ridley turtles
IANS
The Economic Times , Tuesday, July 13, 2010

MEXICO CITY: Beetles are posing an imminent threat to millions of Olive Ridley turtle eggs in Mexico's beaches. Mexican authorities are preparing for the mass arrival of Olive Ridley turtles, bu ...More


7 member panel to probe problems of Similipal Tiger Reserve
PNS | Bhubaneswar
The Pioneer , Tuesday, July 13, 2010

The recent meeting of the Global Tiger Forum (GTF) showed a greater desire to make stronger commitments to tiger conservation. Hence, the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) is serious about ...More


Beetles posing threat to Olive Ridley turtles
IANS
Times of India , Tuesday, July 13, 2010

MEXICO CITY: Beetles are posing an imminent threat to millions of Olive Ridley turtle eggs in Mexico's beaches. Mexican authorities are preparing for the mass arrival of Olive Ridley turtles, but ...More


Obese birds extend stay at Chilka
S T Beuria in Bhubaneswar
The Deccan Herald , Sunday, July 11, 2010

Obesity could be one of the major reasons behind the migratory birds' having an extended stay in the lake! A rare but a pleasant change in the winged visitors’ behaviour at Chilka Lake in Orissa has ...More


Three leopard skins, bones seized, 3 held
PNS | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Thursday, July 08, 2010

Three leopard skins and bones were sized from the Vikasnagar area of Dehradun on Tuesday night, official sources said on Wednesday. On a tip off the anti-poaching cell of the Uttarakhand Forest Dep ...More


Only 31% of State’s area now left with forests, 18% dense woods
Manas Ranjan Senapati | Bhubaneswar
The Pioneer , Thursday, July 08, 2010

Almost one-third of Odisha is covered by forests. These forests cover most of southern and western Odisha while the eastern plains, adjacent to the coast, are covered by farmlands. The State forest ...More


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