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Gurgaon resident complains of inaction against animal poachers in Aravallis
NYOOOZ , Tuesday, December 19, 2017

A week after a Gurgaon resident filed a complaint against wildlife poaching in the Aravallis near Tata Raisina Residency on Golf Course Extension Road, another resident wrote to the state government a ...More


India, neighbours agree to conduct joint tiger census
Mayank Aggarwal
Live Mint , Monday, December 18, 2017

New Delhi: Starting a new chapter in tiger conservation efforts, India and its neighbours Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh have decided to conduct a joint census of their tiger population. The Indian sub ...More


30 Million euro intervention to combat wildlife trafficking
IANS
The Times of India , Thursday, December 07, 2017

NAIROBI: As part of a 30 million euro intervention, the EU has signed a 17.2 million euro agreement with three UN institutions working jointly to reduce the illegal killing of wildlife and trafficking ...More


Uttarakhand forest minister to discuss setting up of wildlife crime control bureau in state with the Centre
Nihi Sharma
The Hindustan Times , Tuesday, December 05, 2017

The state government is in talks with the wildlife crime control bureau to set up an office of the bureau in Uttarakhand that will report on organised crimes against wild species. The wildlife crim ...More


Rise in mammal population in Bhitarkanika National Park
State Times , Thursday, November 30, 2017

According to the latest head count report released by the forest department, the enumerators spotted 7,129 mammals of 14 species in Kendrapara district while the figure stood at 6,122 last year. “The ...More


India, Nepal, Bhutan join hands for mapping tigers
Richa Sharma
The New Indian Express , Tuesday, November 28, 2017

NEW DELHI: India, Nepal and Bhutan are set to start a joint exercise for mapping of tigers and their habitats in high altitude ranges as none of the Census has so far done a comprehensive assessment o ...More


Illegal sand mining threatens winter habitat of black-necked Tibetan cranes in Tawang
Scroll. In , Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Persistent illegal sand and gravel mining in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, threatens one of the two known Indian winter habitats of black-necked cranes that fly in from Tibet at the end of every year. L ...More


India starts work on Rhino DNA database to curb poaching
Malavika Vyawahare
The Hindustan Times , Friday, November 24, 2017

India is creating a DNA database to hold genetic information of its rhino population in a bid to curb poaching of the endangered species whose horns are in great demand in the illegal wildlife trade. ...More


India starts work on Rhino DNA database to curb poaching
Malavika Vyawahare
The Hindustan Times , Friday, November 24, 2017

India is creating a DNA database to hold genetic information of its rhino population in a bid to curb poaching of the endangered species whose horns are in great demand in the illegal wildlife trade. ...More


Poaching threatens Europe's last pristine forests: UN Environment
IANS
Zee News , Friday, November 24, 2017

New Delhi: The Carpathian forests, home to the largest remaining populations of brown bears, wolves and lynx across 15 countries in central and eastern Europe, are frequently exposed to poaching, the ...More


Rhinos set to return to Chad
The Hindu , Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Deal signed with South Africa, sees re-introduction of endangered black rhinos to Chad after decades South Africa and Chad on Sunday signed an agreement that will see the re-introduction next year of ...More


Black rhinos to be re-introduced in Chad post deal with South Africa
Zee News , Tuesday, October 10, 2017

New Delhi: Decades after it was last seen in Chad, the critically endangered species of Black Rhinos may soon make an appearance again after an agreement was signed between South Africa and the centra ...More


Black rhinos to be reintroduced to Chad, following South Africa deal
PTI
The Asian Age , Monday, October 09, 2017

Johannesburg: South Africa and Chad have signed an agreement that will see the re-introduction next year of critically endangered black rhino to the central African country, decades after it was last ...More


CM awards Forest, Police officials for cracking rhino poaching case
The Assam Tribune , Monday, October 09, 2017

BAIHATA CHARIALI, Oct 8 - Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal gave away awards and certificates to two forest officers of North Kamrup Division of forest office, an NGO official and two police officers ...More


Elephant goes missing in Dehradun, poaching feared
Prithviraj SIngh
The Hindustan Times , Monday, October 09, 2017

An elephant, which had been frequently entering villages near Dehradun for more than a fortnight causing panic among the villagers, has suddenly gone missing giving rise to the suspicion that the anim ...More


Black rhino to soon make a comeback to Chad after South Africa deal
PTI
Deccan Chronicle , Monday, October 09, 2017

Johannesburg: South Africa and Chad have signed an agreement that will see the re-introduction next year of critically endangered black rhino to the central African country, decades after it was last ...More


MP lost 17 tigers in 2017: NTCA
Press Trust of India
The Hindustan Times , Saturday, October 07, 2017

Madhya Pradesh, once popularly known as the ‘tiger state’, has lost 17 big cats so far this year, as per the figures of the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA). India is celebrating Wildlife ...More


Poachers Target Africa’s Lions, Vultures With Poison
The Delhi Times , Thursday, September 28, 2017

Hundreds of vultures in Namibia died after feeding on an elephant carcass that poachers had poisoned. Poachers in Zimbabwe used cyanide to kill dozens of elephants for their ivory tusks. In Mozambique ...More


In a first, India and Nepal set to count their tigers at same time
Nihi Sharma
The Hindustan Times , Thursday, September 28, 2017

For the first time, the exhaustive exercise of the annual tiger estimation in India will be done in coordination with Nepal which shares forest corridors used by wild animals, including the big cat, ...More


Centre decentralises management of wetlands; 'Wise Use' principle to widen ambit of permitted activities
VISHWA MOHAN
The Economic Times , Thursday, September 28, 2017

NEW DELHI: Seeking to protect over 2 lakh wetlands across the country, the Centre has come out with rules to identify and manage these ecologically fragile areas which play an important role in flood ...More


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