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Only 13% of world's tiger conservation areas meet standards: Report
IANS
The Quint , Thursday, March 01, 2018

New Delhi, Feb 28 (IANS) Indicating the seriousness of the existential threat tigers face across 11 countries, a report said on Wednesday that only 13 per cent of tiger conservation areas meet global ...More


New study shows over a third of protected areas in Asia surveyed are severely at risk of losing tigers
Orissadairy. Com , Thursday, March 01, 2018

New Delhi: Only 13 percent of the tiger conservation areas meet the global standards of Conservation Assured | Tiger Standards (CA|TS) according to a rapid survey of current management methodologies i ...More


With India’s vulture population at death’s door, a human health crisis may not be far off
Prerna Singh Bindra
Scroll. In , Wednesday, February 14, 2018

With the vulture, it was the tragedy of the commons. Once, these large, ungainly birds were ubiquitous – seen in both cities and the countryside, perched on trees and electric poles, cliffs and houset ...More


Biggest big cat count starts
G.S. Mudur
The Telegraph , Wednesday, February 07, 2018

New Delhi: India has launched a fresh tiger counting exercise, the world's largest wildlife estimation effort, amid lingering concerns about poaching and the challenges of creating and protecting 32 c ...More


Sensor barriers in Kaziranga: NGT rejects Assam’s proposal to engage manpower
PTI
The Financial Express , Wednesday, February 07, 2018

The National Green Tribunal has rejected the Assam government’s proposal to engage manpower in place of installation of sensor-operated automated traffic barriers to control the death of animals in ro ...More


Tiger census commences in Madhya Pradesh
PTI
Deccan Chronicle , Wednesday, February 07, 2018

Bhopal: Authorities have started the official count of tigers in Madhya Pradesh, which lost 26 wild cats last year, as part of a nationwide exercise. The first phase of All India Tiger Estimation (AI ...More


Mystery continues to shroud tigress’s death
Mazhar Ali
The Times of India , Monday, February 05, 2018

CHANDRAPUR: Mystery continues to shroud the death of tigress in Talodhi forest range as post mortem conducted by a team of veterinary doctors failed to deduce the exact cause of death. The two-hour-lo ...More


J&K: Fall in hangul numbers worries animal lovers
YUSUF JAMEEL
THE ASIAN AGE , Monday, February 05, 2018

Srinagar: The population of the hangul or the Kashmir stag, related to the red deer of Europe, in the Jammu and Kashmir, including the Dachigam National Park on the outskirts of Srinagar, has dwindled ...More


Mystery continues to shroud tigress’s death
Mazhar Ali
The Times of India , Monday, February 05, 2018

CHANDRAPUR: Mystery continues to shroud the death of tigress in Talodhi forest range as post mortem conducted by a team of veterinary doctors failed to deduce the exact cause of death. The two-hour-lo ...More


Seminar held on tiger conservation in Mumbai
Anmol Alphonso
The Indian Express , Sunday, February 04, 2018

THE WILDLIFE Conservation Trust (WCT), along with US Agency for International Development (USAID), held the screening of a short film, titled Tiger Matters, during a seminar in the city on Saturday. T ...More


International turtle smuggler arrested
Animal Care, Wildlife, Turtles
NYOOOZ , Saturday, February 03, 2018

An international smuggler of rare species of turtles has been arrested by the Madhya Pradesh forest department’s special task force (STF), the force’s officials said. A four-member STF team led by ...More


International turtle smuggler arrested
NYOOOZ , Saturday, February 03, 2018

An international smuggler of rare species of turtles has been arrested by the Madhya Pradesh forest department’s special task force (STF), the force’s officials said. A four-member STF team led by ...More


Hong Kong approves ban on local ivory trading by 2021
The Indian Express , Thursday, February 01, 2018

Hong Kong lawmakers gave final approval on Wednesday to a government proposal banning local ivory trading in the Chinese territory by 2021, with conservation groups hailing it as a major victory in th ...More


Pocharam sanctuary in ‘snare’ of poachers greed
Roushan Ali
The Times of India , Thursday, February 01, 2018

HYDERABAD: Poaching of wild animals in the forest areas in and around Medak and Nizamabad districts is still continuing unabated. In what has sent alarm bells ringing among the forest officers, the re ...More


Ranthambhore hosts a record 67 tigers in reserve
TNN
The Times of India , Thursday, January 25, 2018

JAIPUR: Ranthambhore TigerReserve, RTR is all set to become the nursery for tigers in Rajasthan. The RTR as on date hosts the highest number of tigers in the history of the park. According to official ...More


Telangana: Poachers flee with deer carcass, leave skin behind
Deccan Chronicle , Thursday, January 25, 2018

JAGTIAL: The ongoing forest animal census survey has once again brought to light the high poaching activity going on in the forests of north Telangana district. On the third day of census, forest st ...More


More than 100 Hawksbill turtle eggs hatched at Sentosa beach in Singapore
The TeCake , Wednesday, January 24, 2018

More than 100 infant turtles got successfully hatched on a Singapore beach before entering the sea, according to reports. The baby turtles are known as Hawksbill turtles, and at present, the Hawksbill ...More


2 poachers arrested with leopard skin
The Statesman , Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Two persons from Haryana were arrested by the police on Sunday for allegedly smuggling leopard skin from Solan district of Himachal Pradesh. Police said the arrests were made on Sunday from a hotel i ...More


Wildlife body worries over poaching cases
The Telegraph , Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Cuttack: The Wildlife Society of Odisha has expressed concern over rampant poaching in the Similipal Tiger Reserve. In a memorandum submitted on Saturday, the society urged forest and environment min ...More


‘Massive Poaching Going On In Simlipal’
The Pioneer , Monday, January 22, 2018

The Wildlife Society of Orissa has demanded protection for wildlife of the Simlipal Tiger Reserve. Wildlife Society of Orissa secretary Biswajit Mohanty has urged the Minister for Forests and Environ ...More


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