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Rhino translocation to Manas to take more time
Haramohan Barman
The Assam Tribune , Sunday, April 26, 2009

BARPETA, April 25 – The long-cherished dream of the people of Assam to see the one horned rhinoceros in the world famous Manas National Park-cum-Tiger project is to take some time more to fulfill. Thi ...More


Kashmir's endangered stag population on the rise
IANS
The Economic Times , Friday, April 24, 2009

JAMMU: There is good news from Jammu and Kashmir - an increase in the population of the endangered stag called hangul. According to a census conducted by the state wildlife department, the estimat ...More


Gujarat opposes Centre's plan to relocate lions
TNN
The Economic Times , Thursday, April 23, 2009

NEW DELHI: Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh may be ruled by the BJP, but the Narendra Modi government on Wednesday raised serious objections in the Supreme Court to the Centre's ambitious proposal to reloca ...More


Gujarat opposes Centre's plan to relocate lions
TNN
Times of India , Thursday, April 23, 2009

NEW DELHI: Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh may be ruled by the BJP, but the Narendra Modi government on Wednesday raised serious objections in the Supreme Court to the Centre's ambitious proposal to reloca ...More


WWF wants turtle eggs off Malaysian menus
AFP
The Economic Times , Wednesday, April 22, 2009

KUALA LUMPUR: Environmental group WWF on Wednesday launched a campaign to stop Malaysians eating turtle eggs, in a bid to help save the marine creatures from extinction. Turtle eggs are openly sol ...More


WWF wants turtle eggs off Malaysian menus
AFP
Times of India , Wednesday, April 22, 2009

KUALA LUMPUR: Environmental group WWF on Wednesday launched a campaign to stop Malaysians eating turtle eggs, in a bid to help save the marine creatures from extinction. Turtle eggs are openly sol ...More


Wildlife census shows increase in Hangul population
PTI
The Economic Times , Tuesday, April 21, 2009

JAMMU: The population of endangered Hangul deer has registered an increase in the Kashmir Valley, according to the latest wildlife census. The estimated population of the red deer is now between 2 ...More


Wildlife census shows increase in Hangul population
PTI
Times of India , Tuesday, April 21, 2009

JAMMU: The population of endangered Hangul deer has registered an increase in the Kashmir Valley, according to the latest wildlife census. The estimated population of the red deer is now between 2 ...More


Three arrested with 14 turtles
Prithviraj Singh | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Friday, April 10, 2009

Forest officials in Haridwar have arrested three poachers and recovered 14 live turtles from them at Chandighat Bridge in the city on Tuesday evening. Those arrested belong to the nomadic Kanjar tribe ...More


20 peacocks found dead in Gwalior
Keshav Pandey | Gwalior
The Pioneer , Thursday, April 09, 2009

As many as 20 peacocks have died mysteriously in Guthina village of Gwalior district in the past two days. The forest official who had inspected the village first recovered 16 dead peacocks, while fou ...More


Mysterious death of Peacocks reported from MP
ANI
The Economic Times , Thursday, April 09, 2009

GWALIOR: More than a dozen peacocks have died mysteriously in Guthina village of Madhya Pradesh. The forest rangers went for inspection to the village and found 16 dead peacocks. The carcasses wer ...More


Mysterious death of Peacocks reported from MP
ANI
Times of India , Thursday, April 09, 2009

GWALIOR: More than a dozen peacocks have died mysteriously in Guthina village of Madhya Pradesh. The forest rangers went for inspection to the village and found 16 dead peacocks. The carcasses wer ...More


Wayward tourists hit heart of tiger country
Prerna Singh Bindra | Corbett Tiger Reserve
The Pioneer , Wednesday, April 08, 2009

If you were to liken the Terai to a human body, Corbett would be the heart, the lifeline, if you like — the part or ‘the source population’ that supports and keeps alive the adjacent forests, and to a ...More


Rhinos make healthy comeback at Orang National Park
Correspondent
The Assam Tribune , Wednesday, April 08, 2009

DALGAON, April 7 – In spite of inadequate infrastructure and minimum facilities, the staff of Orang National Park (ONP), who have been rendering dedicated service for conservation of the Park, have ...More


Governor emphasises need to combat poaching
PTI
The Economic Times , Sunday, April 05, 2009

POBITORA (Assam): Arunachal Pradesh Governor Gen (Retd) J J Singh emphasised the need of a concerted effort to combat poaching and preservation of flora and fauna of the North East region. Anti-so ...More


Governor emphasises need to combat poaching
PTI
Times of India , Sunday, April 05, 2009

POBITORA (Assam): Arunachal Pradesh Governor Gen (Retd) J J Singh emphasised the need of a concerted effort to combat poaching and preservation of flora and fauna of the North East region. Anti-so ...More


Healthy tigers spotted in Sathyamangalam forests
Karthik Madhavan
The Hindu , Wednesday, April 01, 2009

ERODE: Wildlife enthusiasts and Forest Department officials have spotted healthy tigers in the Sathyamangalam forests. District Forest Officer S. Ramasubramanian says the recent wildlife census in th ...More


Maoists train guns on Similipal tiger project
TNN
Times of India , Wednesday, April 01, 2009

BARIPADA: The Maoist assailants involved in Sunday's rampage in Similipal have threatened to disrupt a tiger project in the famous reserve. The threat was issued through Hindi and Oriya posters pa ...More


Poachers' arrest leads to storehouse of animal body parts
TNN
Times of India , Wednesday, April 01, 2009

JAIPUR: Black buck poaching in state may have cost Salman Khan dear, but killing them seems to be a routine chore for Mongya tribe residing on the border villages of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. The ...More


Spurt in elephant deaths at Periyar reserve
Giji K. Raman
The Hindu , Monday, March 30, 2009

KATTAPPANA: A recent spurt in death of wild elephants, including a calf, in the Periyar Tiger Reserve (PTR), Thekkady, has raised concern. It is believed that eight elephants died in a month, though o ...More


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