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Bird-sellers arrested, 367 parakeets set free
TNN
Times of India , Wednesday, November 19, 2008

NAGPUR: The anti-poaching unit, attached to the Nagpur Territorial Circle on Tuesday arrested two bird-sellers and seized 367 parakeets from them on Fetri-Mahurzari turning on Katol road. The anti ...More


6 tigers dead in just two months
Avijit Ghosh, TNN
Times of India , Wednesday, November 19, 2008

NEW DELHI: India's tigers continue to die. In the last 10 weeks, six more tigers have perished due to poaching, electrocution, accident or Latest census figures released this year show a mere 1,411 ti ...More


Tuskless elephant found dead in Corbett reserve
PNS | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Even as forest guards from all over the State descended in Dehradun to participate in demonstration, Corbett Tiger Reserve got its big shock when a tuskless elephant was found dead in Bijrani Range on ...More


River dolphins getting a new lease of life
PTI
The Hindu , Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Narora (U.P.): Religious leaders and locals of this sleepy town are doing their bit to save the endangered fresh water dolphins found in the river Ganga. Their efforts are bearing fruits as in the ...More


Elephant population on the rise in Tripura
– PTI
The Assam Tribune , Monday, November 17, 2008

AGARTALA, Nov 16 – The Tripura Government has decided to set up an elephant reserve in the State to preserve the animal which had nearly disappeared due to large-scale poaching and migration to neighb ...More


100 birds rescued from poachers
A.V.Ragunathan
The Hindu , Sunday, November 16, 2008

CUDDALORE: Forest officials on Saturday rescued 100 birds including little egrets and pond herons from poachers at Vandipalayam and Sanrorpalayam. The poachers, however, fled on seeing the officials. ...More


Mountain gorillas at mercy of Congo war factions
REUTERS
Times of India , Tuesday, November 11, 2008

CONGO: East Congo's conflict has put more than a quarter of the world's last mountain gorillas at the mercy of armed groups who hunt and camp in their territory, park officials said on Monday. Wit ...More


Why the tuskers are killed often
Bangalore, DHNS
The Deccan Herald , Friday, November 07, 2008

Tuskers constitute the majority of elephant deaths in the State. Elephant experts blame the tuskers vulnerability on their tendency to stray out of the herd. As a senior scientist from the Asian ...More


Auction of ivory tusks begins in South Africa
IANS
Times of India , Friday, November 07, 2008

JOHANNESBURG: The last and the biggest of four exceptional auctions of ivory stockpiles got underway in South Africa Thursday, with Chinese and Japanese buyers vying to buy up 51 tons of the so-called ...More


Jumbos going dinosaur way
By Subhash Chandra NS
The Deccan Herald , Friday, November 07, 2008

DH News Service, Bangalore: On October 22, a fully grown tusker was found dead at a lake near Devalapurahadi at Moleyur range in Bandipur. Its carcass was cut into pieces and strewn into the lake ...More


Dogs to sniff out illegal wildlife trade
Surender Dhiman & Ajay Sura, TNN
Times of India , Thursday, November 06, 2008

PANCHKULA: In a first of its kind effort to curb incidents of poaching and wildlife crime, the forest departments of Haryana and Uttarakhand will deploy sniffer dogs trained at the National Dog-traini ...More


Forest Department wants Tamil Nadu to keep tab on poaching activities
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Tuesday, November 04, 2008

PUDUCHERRY: In the wake of continuous incidents of poaching monitor lizards from Tamil Nadu, the Forest Department has written to its counterpart in Tamil Nadu to keep a close watch on poaching activi ...More


Forest officials rescue birds
PTI
Times of India , Monday, November 03, 2008

PUDUCHERRY: Forest department officials in Puducherry rescued 30 egrets, which were being poached by a three-member gang at Velrampet. Conservator of Forests and Wildlife P Devaraj said that while ...More


Oussudu Lake now a sanctuary
Serena Josephine M
The Hindu , Saturday, November 01, 2008

PUDUCHERRY: The territorial administration has declared Oussudu Lake, which is an important wetland and home to migratory birds, a sanctuary. Steps to protect the birds from poaching and preserving th ...More


Five fined for poaching migratory birds
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Thursday, October 30, 2008

PUDUCHERRY: Officials of the Forest Department on Wednesday fined five persons for poaching migratory birds at Manaveli, Ariyankuppam. Little egrets, pond herons and grey herons were rescued from them ...More


Steps taken to check poaching of migratory birds
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, October 29, 2008

BERHAMPUR: Special watch is being kept on gun owners in villagers on the coast of Chilika Lake in Orissa this winter to save the migratory birds from poachers. According to Chilika Development Auth ...More


1-horned rhinos out of endangered list
BY SANJEEB BARUAH
The Asian Age , Monday, October 27, 2008

Oct. 26: The removal of the one-horned rhinoceros by an international NGO from its endangered species list will not affect the animals in Assam’s Kaziranga National Park, their main home, park officia ...More


Bangladesh acts to protect deer in Sundarbans
REUTERS
Times of India , Sunday, October 26, 2008

DHAKA: Bangladesh has tightened security in the Sundarbans mangrove forest to protect the deer population from depletion against widespread poaching, forest officials said. Organised gangs of poac ...More


20 jailed for killing lions
The Hindu , Saturday, October 25, 2008

Junagarh (Gujarat): A court here has sentenced 20 people, including nine women, to three years in jail for killing six lions in the nearby Gir National Park — the biggest case of poaching in recent hi ...More


Rhino population: Changed status may hit conservation efforts
Staff reporter
The Assam Tribune , Saturday, October 25, 2008

GUWAHATI, Oct 24 – At first glance what appears like a positive development could actually indicate a less favourable future to the State’s official animal. The recent change in status of the greater ...More


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