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Man-animal conflict claims 256 tuskers, 187 human lives
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Tuesday, December 18, 2007

The long-standing man-animal conflict has led to the death of 256 elephants and 187 people in the last five years. During 2002-03, as many as 16 elephants were killed by poachers, 14 met an unnatur ...More


‘Smuggling has hit sandalwood production in the country’
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, December 14, 2007

Special security to protect trees from poachers in State ‘Unified law must to address the issue’ Steps include chain linking, fencing Bangalore: Sandalwood production in the country — to whi ...More


Ministry: No more tigers till Jaipur takes steps
YOJNA GUSAI
Asian Age , Thursday, December 13, 2007

New Delhi, Dec. 12: Rajasthan government has been firmly told by the Union ministry of environment and forests that unless the state government takes all the necessary steps as suggested by the minist ...More


Sloth bear cub rescued, poacher held
Staff Reporter
Indian Express , Thursday, December 13, 2007

New Delhi, December 12: A man was arrested on Tuesday in Rehrakol town of Orissa after a joint operation by Orissa Police, Orissa Forest Department and NGO Wildlife SOS. A young sloth bear cub was als ...More


Poaching unmonitored in coastal areas
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Thursday, December 13, 2007

MUMBAI: It is not only the thousands of flamingoes who are unprotected and exposed to poaching on the wetlands of Mumbai. Over 300 varieties of birds inhabit the coastal wetlands and mudflats in Mumba ...More


Three held for poaching sea cow near Ramnad
Staff Reporter
The Hindu, , Tuesday, December 11, 2007

RAMANATHAPURAM: Officials of the Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park on Monday arrested three persons for allegedly poaching Dugong Dugon (a sea cow), an endangered species, and seized the carcass. ...More


No entry for visitors at Nalabana Bird Sanctuary
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Forest Department has stuck a "No Entry Zone" board for visitors, outside the Nalabana Bird Sanctuary in the Chilka Lake to curb poaching of the avian guests. High concentration of Siberian birds a ...More


Wildlife official rues elephants' exodus to Andhra Pradesh
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Monday, December 10, 2007

Newly-appointed member of the State Board of Wildlife Ashok K Sharada is concerned due to endangered elephants and other animals. President of a leading NGO - Dandakaranya Society for Health Education ...More


No entry in Nalabana bird sanctuary
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Monday, December 10, 2007

BERHAMPUR (ORISSA): The forest department has declared the Nalabana bird sanctuary inside the Chilika Lake - the country's biggest waterfowl habitat where the migratory birds land in large numbers - a ...More


Utility of GIS technology in wildlife conservation highlighted
Staff Reporter
Assam Tribune , Monday, December 10, 2007

GUWAHATI, Dec 9 – A two-day training programme on “GIS in Conservation and Management” was organised for senior officials of the Assam Forest Department at the NIC Training Centre, Guwahati recently. ...More


Spurt in rhino poaching at KNP
Staff Reporter
Assam Tribune , Thursday, December 06, 2007

JORHAT, Dec 5 – It is now more than obvious that Kaziranga National Park authorities have not been able to check the recent spurt of poaching within and outside the park premises. As many as 14 rhinos ...More


Animal skin smugglers' gang busted
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Wednesday, December 05, 2007

LUCKNOW: The Special Task Force (STF) on Tuesday busted an inter-state poaching racket and recovered three leopard hides, skeletons of the three felines and a sack full of fur after the arrest of 16 p ...More


Ganga recuperates, breathes easy
Chetan Chauhan
THE HINDUSTAN TIMES , Friday, October 19, 2007

Despite the receding Gangotri glacier, huge habitat loss and sewage problem, river Ganga has re-invented itself and is now home to about 2,500 dolphins, huge groups of birds like Greater Ajutant, Indi ...More


Captive elephants to check poaching
Staff Reporter
THE HINDU , Thursday, October 18, 2007

It is proposed to utilise the services of departmental elephants to strengthen anti-poaching measures in the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park, according to the Nilgiris Wildlife Warden R ...More


2 poachers held
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Thursday, October 11, 2007

Hoshiarpur, October 10 Acting on a tip-off while patrolling in the forest area of Khangwari village last night, the Forest Department of Hoshiarpur nabbed two poachers and seized a vessel containing ...More


Haryana to increase forest cover
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Haryana Minister of State for Forest and Tourism, Kiran Choudhry said that the State Government was planning to increase the protected area of forests in consultation with the local people. About 130 ...More


Naveen calls for restoration of critical wild animal corridors
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Thursday, October 04, 2007

Rules out possibility of creating additional wildlife protected areas in State Concern over gradual depletion of rich fauna Biju awards for wildlife conservation presented BHUBANESWAR: Chief ...More


Concern over disappearing tigers
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Thursday, October 04, 2007

On the occasion of National Wildlife Week being celebrated to commemorate the rich bio-diversity and natural heritage of our country, the State Wildlife Society in association with Vasundhara, an NGO ...More


Relocation of lions to figure at National Wildlife Board meet
Rahul Noronha
The Pioneer , Thursday, September 27, 2007

After the Gujarat Government's continuous refusal to part with a pride of Asiatic lions from the Gir Sanctuary, for purposes of relocation at Palpur Kuno in Madhya Pradesh, a glimmer hope has now emer ...More


Birdsellers cock a snook at Wildlife law
Sunil Kumar
The Pioneer , Sunday, September 23, 2007

Dehradun residents will no longer hear chirping sounds of parrots and thrill to the sight of group of parrots, which is common in Dehradun because they are being sold in the Capital city in bulk nearb ...More


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