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China's wild camels increasing: Report
AP
The Economic Times , Saturday, January 17, 2009

GUANGZHOU, China The number of wild camels, rugged creatures living in a former nuclear test zone with increasingly scarce water, in China's western Xinjiang territory has grown to about 500, making u ...More


More than 600 elephants found in Malaysian park
AP
The Economic Times , Friday, January 16, 2009

BANGKOK, Thailand: Researchers said on Thursday they have found a surprisingly large elephant population in Malaysia's biggest national park after new survey techniques revealed a community of more th ...More


Hyena found dead in Chhatarpur village
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Friday, January 16, 2009

The Chhatarpur district forest department officials have recovered the body of a hyena from a remote village in on Thursday. The villagers have spotted the body in the morning and passed the informati ...More


Russia officials may have shot endangered sheep: WWF
REUTERS
The Economic Times , Friday, January 16, 2009

MOSCOW: A hunting party of senior Russian officials may have illegally shot endangered mountain sheep from a helicopter before it crashed, environmental group WWF has said. WWF said it sent a lett ...More


Siberian birds arrive in Terai, poaching continues unabated
PNS | Dineshpur
The Pioneer , Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Arrival of the migratory birds from Siberia at water reservoirs in Terai region has been accompanied by an increase in illegal poaching of the Siberian visitor. The number of avian visitors increa ...More


43 jailed for smuggling animal parts in MP
IANS
Times of India , Monday, January 12, 2009

BHOPAL: As many as 43 people were sentenced in Madhya Pradesh's Katni forest division for poaching and smuggling of animal parts, official said on Friday. Minister of State for Forests (independen ...More


Leopard rescued at Talekhol
Rajendra P Kerkar, TNN
Times of India , Saturday, January 10, 2009

BICHOLIM: A leopard who fell into an unused well in Talekhol, a village four kilometers from Goa's Sattari border, was rescued by the forest department of Maharashtra and members of Bicholim's Animal ...More


No sanctuary for these sanctuaries
TNN
Times of India , Friday, January 09, 2009

PANAJI: Environmentalists and wildlife lovers were exultant after the then governor, M M Jacob, notified Mhadei and Neturlim as wildlife sanctuaries during the brief period of President's rule in 1999 ...More


Green Heritage spots 26 dolphins in Subansiri
CORRESPONDENT
The Assam Tribune , Tuesday, January 06, 2009

NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Jan 5 – Green Heritage of North Lakhimpur, a non-government organisation (NGO) spotted 26 endangered Gangetic river dolphins in downstream waters of Subansiri river during its recent ...More


Walkathon to create eco awareness
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, January 05, 2009

Chennai: A five-kilometre walk along the Marina beach was organised by the Coast Guard on Sunday to promote awareness of environmental protection. The walkathon is organised every year prior to the ...More


Electric shock kills wild animal
Our Correspondent
The Tribune , Sunday, January 04, 2009

Chamba, January 3 The clandestine poaching in the wooded Sillaghrat valley of Chamba district, which is inhabited by a large number of wildlife, is eating into the thriving habitat though it is not t ...More


Bhitarkanika officials on guard against poaching
Pioneer News Service
The Pioneer , Thursday, January 01, 2009

Rajnagar DFO PK Behera informed that he has alerted all his range officials and the senior officials to remain alert on possible poaching in and around the Bhitarkanika National Park during the celebr ...More


Poachers have a free run in state
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Sunday, December 28, 2008

Jammu, December 27 The state has become a haven for poachers and smugglers, who kill wild animals to sell their hides and other body parts in national and international markets. The ongoing armed ...More


Pollution around Deopahar RF threatening wildlife
CORRESPONDENT
The Assam Tribune , Saturday, December 27, 2008

GOLAGHAT, Dec 26 – The Deopahar reserve forest near Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) in Golaghat district is presently reeling under heavy pollution due to dumping of plastic garbage. It was recen ...More


'Don' sets out on a mission to save wildlife
Manveer Saini, TNN
Times of India , Saturday, December 27, 2008

CHANDIGARH: Trained by Indo-Tibetan Border Police and having sailed its way through an efficiency test at Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy, Dehradun, Don is ready to play a key role in Haryana wi ...More


Antlers pop out of Assam mill
OUR CORRESPONDENT
The Telegraph , Friday, December 26, 2008

Kokrajhar, Dec. 25: Antlers of deer, sambar and hog deer tumbled out of sacks in a sawmill 50km from here last evening. Sandalwood worth Rs 50 lakh was also found during the raid by Assam police an ...More


Seismic survery may spell doom for river dolphins
Staff reporter
The Assam Tribune , Thursday, December 25, 2008

GUWAHATI, Dec 24 – Already facing various threats, the Gangetic dolphin population in the state could face more dangers with the start of seismic survey of the Brahmaputra. Experts fear that activi ...More


Reserves for tigers, wildlife crime control fight in 2008
PTI
Times of India , Wednesday, December 24, 2008

NEW DELHI: The tiger census released early this year indicating a drastic decline in the big cat's population was a wake-up call enough for the government to initiate a string of measures to boost its ...More


110 tigers lost in last six years: Data
PTI
Times of India , Tuesday, December 23, 2008

NEW DELHI: India's forests have lost at least 110 royal striped cats, including 17 tigress, in the past six years due to several reasons including poaching and natural deaths, according to a governmen ...More


Leopards’ population increases by 12 pc
Prithviraj Singh | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Monday, December 22, 2008

Even if tuskers are losing ground in the State leopards have a field day in the forests of Uttarakhand. Their population in the State has gone up by nearly 12 per cent in the last three years despite ...More


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