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110 tigers lost in last six years: Data
PTI
Times of India , Monday, December 22, 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


Improved vigilance stems gharial deaths
Keshav Pandey | Gwalior
The Pioneer , Saturday, December 20, 2008

Improved vigilance by the Forest Department at the National Chambal Safari has brought drastic decline in the gharial death cases this year. Patrolling parties have been constituted for monitoring on ...More


Eco-tourism project kindles love for nature
KABITA DUARAH
The Assam Tribune , Saturday, December 20, 2008

GUWAHATI, Dec 19 – The people who now zealously protect the trees and every treasure of nature in the Dibru-Saikhowa reserve forest had at one time earned notoriety for illegal activities there. Now t ...More


Elephants may make other herbivores feel safe from predators
ANI
Times of India , Friday, December 19, 2008

LONDON: A new study has suggested that elephants may make other herbivores feel safe from predators, especially when all the animals are gathered at a water hole. According to a report in New Scie ...More


Rs 50L for jogger's track, but no money to check poachers
Vijay Pinjarkar, TNN
Times of India , Friday, December 19, 2008

NAGPUR: The forest department managed to bring in Rs 1.43 crore for upgradation of Seminary Hills especially jogger’s track, the dream project of forest minister Babanrao Pachpute, but its own anti-po ...More


Forest official's appointment raises eyebrows
TNN
Times of India , Wednesday, December 17, 2008

KOLKATA: An officer is not given a prize posting if an inquiry is pending against him this is the rule. But there are exceptions also. An ex-field director of Sundarban Tiger Reserve (STR) who was ...More


Olive Ridley carcass washed ashore on Marina
K Praveen Kumar, TNN
Times of India , Wednesday, December 17, 2008

CHENNAI: The decomposed carcass of an adult olive ridley turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea), weighing around 20 kg, was washed ashore on the Marina on Tuesday morning. Wildlife officials who visited the s ...More


Teen boys hired to hunt migratory birds at Chilika
Pioneer News Service | Balugaon
The Pioneer , Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Though the Forest Department has taken extensive steps for the security of the foreign birds thronging the Chilika Lake, the cunning bird flesh lovers have found out novel methods to elude the tight s ...More


Poachers using kids to hunt birds in Orissa's Chilika Lake
IANS
Times of India , Monday, December 15, 2008

BALUGAON (Orissa) : Poachers are using children to hunt birds in Orissa's Chilika lake -- India's largest brackish water lagoon -- after authorities increased their surveillance in the area, officials ...More


Only 290 tigers out of 1,500 in India, left in the State:survey
Ranchi, IANS
The Deccan Herald , Saturday, December 13, 2008

Ranchi, IANS : India has around 1,500 tigers left in the wild, says an official survey. The figure might come as a shock to wildlife lovers as a census conducted six years ago had pinned the big cat ...More


Move to curb wildlife trafficking
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Friday, December 12, 2008

HYDERABAD: A strong role has been envisaged for India in South Asian Wildlife Enforcement Network, an online arrangement, aimed at curbing wildlife trafficking in the region, said John Q. Adams Jr., D ...More


High-level team takes stock of Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary
Pioneer News Service | Ranchi
The Pioneer , Friday, December 12, 2008

A three-member team appointed by the Forest and Environment Ministry on Thursday visited the Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary to take stock of arrangements to protect lives of elephants and other species on t ...More


Ethiopia opens dwindling elephant herd to tourists
REUTERS
Times of India , Tuesday, December 09, 2008

ADDIS ABABA: Ethiopia began inviting tourists to visit its dwindling elephant herd on Monday as part of efforts to boost income from tourism. The Babile wildlife sanctuary near Harar, 560 km (350 ...More


Forest fires forcing jumbos to flee
By Subhash Chandra NS, DH News Service, Bangalore
The Deccan Herald , Monday, December 08, 2008

The attempts to trace the roots of man-elephant conflict in the State has come out with an interesting finding. Dr Basappanavar, a former Chief Conservator of Forests and an expert appointed t ...More


Ten tigers, 57 elephants poached in three years
IANS | New Delhi
The Pioneer , Saturday, December 06, 2008

At least 10 tigers and 57 elephants have been poached in India during last three years, the environment and forests ministry said Wednesday but said the government was doing its best to protect wildli ...More


10 tigers, 57 elephants poached in three years
IANS
Times of India , Thursday, December 04, 2008

NEW DELHI: At least 10 tigers and 57 elephants have been poached in India during last three years, the environment and forests ministry said on Wednesday but said the government was doing its best to ...More


DNA methods for Palamau tiger census
ANI
Times of India , Wednesday, December 03, 2008

PALAMAU (Jharkhand): Wildlife authorities involved with the Palamau Tiger Reserve Project in Jharkhand are employing the latest DNA techniques to ascertain the number of tigers living in the reserve. ...More


UN officials launch "Year of the Gorilla"
AP
Times of India , Tuesday, December 02, 2008

ROME: The "Year of the Gorilla" began on Monday, a UN effort to raise money for primates threatened with extinction from disease, hunting and deforestation. Officials for the UN-backed Convention ...More


‘Conservation should take priority over development’
Staff reporter
The Assam Tribune , Saturday, November 29, 2008

GUWAHATI, Nov 28 – Voices in conservation circles are becoming louder in favouring a cautious approach to the proposed widening of NH 37 in close proximity to the Kaziranga National Park, an idea supp ...More


Rhino kills ‘protector’
A STAFF REPORTER
The Telegraph , Friday, November 21, 2008

Guwahati, Nov. 20: An “untrained” forest guard was done to death by a rhino at the Kaziranga National Park late last night. The guard, 32-year-old Ranjit Medhi, was on night patrol when the rhino ...More


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