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Wildlife experts sound alarm
Correspondent
The Hindu , Tuesday, April 29, 2008

‘Need for immediate steps’ Three tuskers under Athgarh forest die recently Animals come out of their habitats for water CUTTACK: The recent death of three tuskers under Athgarh forest divisi ...More


Poachers kill two rhinos in Assam
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Tuesday, April 29, 2008

GUWAHATI: Two rhinos, including a calf, were killed Monday by organized poacher gangs at the Kaziranga National Park in Assam, officials said here. A wildlife official said the poacher gangs, armed wi ...More


Muniya backed as conservation reserve
Vijay Pinjarkar
Times of India , Tuesday, April 22, 2008

NAGPUR: At a time when forests are shrinking, a city-based non-governmental organisation (NGO) has come forward to protect wildlife and bio-diversity-rich Muniya, 15 km from Nagpur, as a conservation ...More


Prized Tibetan antelope triple in remote reserve
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Tuesday, April 22, 2008

BEIJING: The number of prized Tibetan antelope in a remote region of northwest China has tripled to 60,000 in 10 years thanks to a crackdown on illegal hunting, a government website said on Monday. Th ...More


Encroachment hits ecology of Sonai-Rupai sanctuary
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Thursday, April 17, 2008

TEZPUR, April 16 – The Sonai-Rupai sanctuary is facing serious threat as the forest department of Arunachal Pradesh government has encroached upon a large area in Kamengbari of Assam-Arunachal border ...More


'Stolen S Africa rhino horns could be deadly'
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Tuesday, April 15, 2008

CAPE TOWN: Two 19th century rhino horns stolen from a South African museum could be deadly if sold as a popular aphrodisiac because they are drenched in poison, a museum official said on Monday. The " ...More


'Stolen S Africa rhino horns could be deadly'
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Tuesday, April 15, 2008

CAPE TOWN: Two 19th century rhino horns stolen from a South African museum could be deadly if sold as a popular aphrodisiac because they are drenched in poison, a museum official said on Monday. The " ...More


Leopard, 2 cubs found dead in Andhra
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Saturday, April 05, 2008

SANGAREDDY (ANDHRA PRADESH): A seven-year-old leopard and two cubs were found dead in Andhra Pradesh's Medak district on Friday morning. Forest officials suspect it may be a case of poaching, as the n ...More


Rare water birds recovered in Cambodia's lake
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Friday, April 04, 2008

PHNOM PENH: The populations of seven species of rare water birds have recovered significantly in Cambodia's Tonle Sap lake due to a program that employs former hunters as park rangers, conservationist ...More


3 held, one leopard skin seized in Bazpur
Jotirmay Thapliyal
The Pioneer , Sunday, March 16, 2008

Amid growing reports of poachers being active in Uttarakhand, the State Forest Department's anti- poaching cell on Saturday succeeded in apprehending three poachers in the terai region of Udham Singh ...More


Making it safe for the Indian tiger
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, March 03, 2008

The leader of tiger saving project, Rajesh Gopal , is hopeful about protecting the national animal. He talks with Bindu Shajan Perappadan about the latest advancements in conservation programmes. Of ...More


Forest dept claims tigress spotted in Panna Reserve
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Thursday, February 21, 2008

Countering news reports that tourists did not find any tigress in the Panna Reserve for the past four month, Madhya Pradesh Principal Chief Wildlife Warden PB Gangopadhyay on Wednesday claimed female ...More


Tiger census calls for increased vigil
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, February 20, 2008

BANGALORE: Reacting to the findings of the tiger census released recently by Project Tiger, where it was found that there were a larger number of tigers in South India, Inspector General of Police (Fo ...More


Poachers hunt ‘neelgai’
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Carcass of the animal found in the Mavala forest ADILABAD: The finding of a slightly mutilated carcass of a ‘neelgai’ in the Mavala forest on Tuesday reiterated the fact that poaching of the ...More


1411 and counting: INDIA’S last tigers and where they live
Nehanehasinha
The Indian Express , Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Shivalik-Gangetic plains Among the most important tiger ranges with a high density of 297 tigers over 5,177 sp km. Uttarakhand has 178 tigers, UP 109, Bihar 10 Total: 297 Highlight: The only dem ...More


Female tigers vanishing from Panna reserve
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Wednesday, February 20, 2008

No female tiger has been spotted by tourists in the Panna Tiger Reserve (PTR) in the past four months. The revelation has sparked off fears of the feline being wiped out of the tiger reserve. Loss ...More


1,411 tigers at last count, and now there are two less
Neha Sinha
The Indian Express , Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Days after tiger census report, two tiger skins, one of an adult, another of a cub, seized from Wayanad, part of the ‘success belt’ NEW DELHI, FEBRUARY 18: You can knock off two more tigers from t ...More


Protest rally at GU against rhino poaching
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Tuesday, February 19, 2008

GUWAHATI, Feb 18 – Members of the Gauhati University (GU) community on Saturday took out a procession to register their protest against the incidents of poaching of rhinos. The procession was organise ...More


Panel to conserve biodiversity to be formed in Nagercoil
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, February 18, 2008

Nagercoil: The Nagercoil municipal council here will take necessary steps to form a management committee for conservation of biodiversity, said the Chairman, Asokan Solomon. Inaugurating a national s ...More


Migratory birds killed by poisoning
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Sunday, February 17, 2008

NAZIRA,Feb 16 – Despite protests against poaching and killing of wildlife and stress on implementation of the Wildlife Act, some unscrupulous people have been rampantly killing endangered species of b ...More


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