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Pong lake comes to life with migratory birds
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Monday, January 08, 2007

Nurpur, January 7 Spread over an area of about 24,000 hectares in Jawali, Dehra and Nurpur subdivisions on the foothills of Kangra district, the Pong Dam lake has become a major attraction for touris ...More


Poachers prey on rhinos in Nepal's Maoist areas
Sudeshna Sarkar
The Pioneer , Thursday, January 04, 2007

Continuous political turmoil and the Government's controversial policy of pardoning poachers have dealt a deathblow to the success story Nepal once revelled in - the conservation of the endangered gre ...More


Poaching: Uttarakhand seeks Karnataka, other states’ help
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Uttaranchal, rechristned Uttarakhand from January 1, is seeking the help of Karnataka and other states to check poaching and boost eco-tourism. A team of Uttarakhand Forest Department recently tra ...More


Forest officials warned against inefficiency
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Lucknow, January 02: The Principal Secretary (forests) VN Garg has ordered on Tuesday that from now on, the officers concerned of a particular forest range would be held responsible in case of reports ...More


Foresters' condition, compensation woes mar tiger reserves management
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Pioneer News Service | New Delhi The lack of proper amenities for forest staff, and delay in the payment of compensation for the loss of human and cattle lives are among the main shortcomings in th ...More


Poaching: Wildlife officials in dock
S.P. Sharma
The Tribune , Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Jammu, January 1 The seizure of skin of two snow leopards and the brutal killing of three Asian black bear in Jammu and Kashmir has put the wildlife authorities in the dock. The incidents have create ...More


Bajwa re-appointed wildlife warden
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Monday, January 01, 2007

Tribune News Service Hoshiarpur December 30 Mr Sukhdeep Singh Bajwa, who caught Mr Puneet Goel, SDM, in the peacock poaching case has been re-appointed honorary wildlife warden of the district fo ...More


Bajwa re-appointed wildlife warden
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Sunday, December 31, 2006

Hoshiarpur December 30 Mr Sukhdeep Singh Bajwa, who caught Mr Puneet Goel, SDM, in the peacock poaching case has been re-appointed honorary wildlife warden of the district for two years. The notifica ...More


Tourists 'force-fed' beef at Nameri reserve in Assam
Syed Zarir Hussain
The Pioneer , Saturday, December 30, 2006

A group of tourists from New Delhi and Mumbai on a bird-watch visit to the Nameri National Park, located on the foothills of the eastern Himalayas along Assam, fancied tasting venison and instead ende ...More


Decline in migratory birds at Bhitarkanika
Rajesh Behera
The Pioneer , Friday, December 29, 2006

...Poaching to blame, say experts Migratory birds flock to Bhitarkanika National Park every year during the month of September and leave for their permanent homes at the end of March. During ...More


Forest guards in Himachal to patrol on motorcycles
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Thursday, December 28, 2006

IANS | Shimla Forest guards in Himachal Pradesh can stop trekking the vast stretches of forests. The Government is providing them with motorcycles to better protect the flora and fauna. Around ...More


Recovery of deer skins baffles cops
Vikram Jethwani
The Pioneer , Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Poaching network in State, fear authorities Jabalpur police have recovered 18 skins of deer and four of black buck and about 12 deer-horns on Monday. Besides, a gun and other equipment used for hun ...More


Tribal bill opens forests to merciless mafia death
Rashme Sehgal
Asian Age , Saturday, December 23, 2006

New Delhi, Dec. 22: By opening forest land to developers, the recently passed Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Bill of 2006 (STOTD) could prove to be the ...More


1.50 lakh birds set to migrate to Pong Dam
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Saturday, December 23, 2006

Pong Dam reservoir of Kangra district is full of migratory birds. More than 70,000 migratory birds have arrived in different areas of Pong Dam reservoir during the last three months from Central Asian ...More


Project Tiger: CAG report raps State
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, December 22, 2006

`Tiger habitat in Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary shrinking' „h No steps taken for checking encroachment „h Poaching may be endangering tiger population HYDERABAD: The State Government w ...More


Behali elephant killing draws flak
Staff Reporter
Assam Tribune , Thursday, December 21, 2006

GUWAHATI, Dec 20 – The State Forest Department today faced a volley of condemnation for its recent role in allowing an elephant to be put to death. Those who censured the Forest Department’s decision ...More


Scheme to plant trees on roadsides
G. Anand
The Hindu , Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Headload workers to assist in Forest Department initiative „h Planting of trees to be completed over three years „h Centre hails proposal for National Forest Protection Force Thiruvanant ...More


Rogue‘Laden’ killed
Sivasish Thakur
Assam Tribune , Sunday, December 17, 2006

GUWAHATI, Dec 16 – ‘Laden’, the ‘rogue’ elephant that had been terrorizing villagers in Sonitpur district for four years was shot dead at the Behali Tea Estate around 7-20 am today. The conservation f ...More


Perils for tiger: Habitat destruction, poaching
Staff Reporter
Central Chronicle , Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Bhopal Today Team Bhopal, Dec 12: Tiger population is declining due to habitat destruction and illegal poaching. The Government of India had passed a Wild Life (Protection) Act in 1972 to control th ...More


Forest guards awarded for saving the tiger
Divya Sama
Indian Express , Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Mumbai, December 11: Tigers may be an object of fear among villages in the back waters of Sunderban in West Bengal, but for forest guards who risk their lives saving both man and animal, they mean mor ...More


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